LeapFrog Consult is a consulting company based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. We support your innovative projects and processes with the information technology solutions and participatory products and methodologies. We are proud to partner with a Financial Solutions Industry Leader, DataPartner OY, Finland
DataPartner is a global provider of software products for capital budgeting, financial modelling and valuation. The company also offers consulting services and training. DataPartner is established in 1987 in Finland. Since the beginning the focus has been on consulting and development of dedicated software for financial modelling.
In Northern Europe, DataPartner is the number 1 software developer for capital budgeting. Currently, the company experience a fast growth on a global level, serving companies and corporations from all industries in over 63 countries worldwide. DataPartner strategy is to excel in development of software solutions for financial modelling for Microsoft Office and Office SharePoint server programming environments.
The standard for DataPartner is continuous development, following the latest legislation and trends and keeping on introducing new features to their flagship software product Invest for Excel®, including new software localization versions.
DataPartner is a long-time Certified Microsoft Partner and understands how crucial it is to provide the right tools and techniques for decision-making process in capital utilization.
Define periods and term flexibly and set resource requirements and customer acquisition goals to ensure your projects are profitable
Compare alternative projects by simulating business outcomes, and prioritizing opportunities based on potential
Fine tune your project economics by quickly testing various assumptions and crafting a plan that sets you up for success
Where you can rapidly change your work towards a superior degree of work optimization and quickly build sophisticated business models without the need for an expensive professionals.
Leapfrogging describes a process of rapid change towards a higher degree of development of companies or other types of organization. It is the notion that areas of poor technological or economic development can be moved rapidly forward through the adoption of modern systems, without resorting to intermediate stages. The concept of leapfrogging emerged in the context of theories of economic growth and studies of industrial organization innovation, specifically with a focus on competition between firms. It is based on political economist Joseph Schumpeter's notion of "winds of creative destruction." The hypothesis proposes that monopolizing companies based on intrusive technologies generate less incentive to innovate than their potential competition, and that is why they eventually lose their role in technological leadership when new companies, willing to take risks, adopt new technological innovations.
Radical innovations become a new technological paradigm, with new companies make the leapfrog and become the new leaders.