Interoperation services enable systems to innovate, exchange, and work together for more effective, optimal and circular resource planning operations. Using GCRI’s network capabilities, QH stakeholders can use the MPM to generate dynamic consensus and define just-in-time processes with live metrics in a zero-trust environment. An integrated CRS links different teams and components of InterOps projects with independent realms of rewards and responsibilities for maximum flexibility in the systems innovation process. InterOps pathways enable stakeholders to run comparative studies among different models and evaluate their lifecycle from transdisciplinary perspectives using inLab’s Research, Design, Policy, Development, and Integration services. Interoperation services ensure systems are well-connected in network societies and can improve human-centered processes with dynamic risk assessment and systems innovation models.
InterOps Builds enable a distributed software development model in which builders and teams collaborate on applications or various software needs across geographical lines. With MPM, stakeholders benefit from zero-trust processes and robust CRS models to automate workflow and focus on competence, compliance and performance. Builds are available to global talent pools and create intense competition among incoming proposals, allowing funders to work with vetted teams and vendors that provide the best possible service with the highest PoC scores. MPM allows “a process” to be delivered as a service, empowering managers to focus on building core competencies while improving retention rates, lowering the risk of burnout and making teams more productive