SaaS development is complex and very demanding. It sometimes feels that you have to pay attention to everything at once; product management, UX, architecture, DevOps, team satisfaction, tools, methodologies, attracting and retaining specialists, code quality, etc.
Also, development can be very challenging. Implementing new features often takes too long, usability sometimes leaves much to be desired and you experience challenges in terms of scalability or even vendor lock-in. You see the causes of these problems in outdated architecture or a shortage of qualified specialists, but is this the case?
Nobody can pay attention to everything at once, and you probably don’t have to.
Effective development starts with a complete picture of the state of your product development, with actually understanding how “mature” the approach is and what you can best do to improve.