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Our outcome-oriented approach will solve your biggest challenges and help your company do better business now.
We have experience in building web services that can be the backbone for your application. We provide hands-on experience with Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Rackspace and Digital Ocean for your hosting needs.
We have experience building commercial and internal business mobile apps, leveraging the full power of device-specific features. We know our way around the most recent platform and API bundles.
The essence of the discovery process is to document the product vision and direction as envisioned by the product owner. Once the product vision has been fully realized, the core elements can then be extracted from the scope and thoroughly documented for all parties involved in the development. Once product development has begun, it’s important to avoid scope creep (adding more features) or extending the core features more than they need to be for the MVP.
We develop a product in its simplest form to minimize financial expenses, time investment, and commitment to any one particular product direction. A true MVP should only have the core features that are absolutely mandatory for it to be deployed and tested.
The MVP can be deployed to a small group of early users who will provide feedback on their experience and ultimately shape the evolution of the product and its development cycles. Some companies that are confident in their MVP’s reliability may start a marketing campaign with the intention of getting real users, while others may put together a hand-picked panel to use the product, and either pay them or offer some form of incentive for the early feedback.
Many companies that build MVP’s early on are able to get quick feedback and pivot on various aspects of their product development, saving them the costly mistake of building a product that people don’t like. Following up for feedback, and then applying this feedback to a validated learning process, is one of the most critical aspects of an MVP build and the reason that this is one of the most efficient ways to build a new product or startup.
A top benefit of creating a minimum viable product for your startup is that doing so can be helpful when you're trying to obtain funding from an angel investor or venture capital firm.
Challenge and validate assumptions about your product.
Screen your product ideas.
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