MVP DEVELOPMENT ENSURES YOUR PRODUCT MEETS TRUE MARKET NEEDS, SPEEDS UP THE RELEASE AND SAVES YOU MONEY!
Do you feel like you’re in a time-to-market race with your software product idea? We’re not surprised - thousands of startups fight for their position in the ferociously competitive market in an attempt to create sustainable businesses. Unfortunately, as much as 90% of them fail. The main reason? There was no market need for their product.
Most of those unsuccessful businesses drain their budgets on developing full-fledged products, only to find out that nobody wants to use it. Building a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) first can help you avoid this grim scenario. It can also help you raise venture capital funds for a full fledged release that hits user needs and rocks the market.
Minimum Viable Product is the minimal version of a functioning product that demonstrates it’s key functionalities required to verify its market value and attract investors. The idea behind an MVP is to obtain user feedback as early as possible, before releasing the final product.
MVPs are built according to Agile methodology and place great emphasis on users and usability testing, which help steer the product in the right direction. It’s essentially a product demo that you can show to a potential user base and ask them “Would you use it and if not, why?”
Each project is different, so we approach every client individually, following the standard MVP methodology.
Understanding your needs and expectations is key to successful cooperation. We conduct a set of workshops to clarify business requirements and determine the key functionalities before producing a Product Specification Document and initial mockups.
Following thorough research, UI and UX experts refine the mockups and create an interface that maximizes the user journey. Graphic designers ensure the visual side of the project enhances usability.
Knowing the business requirements and functionalities allows us to choose the best tech stack for your project. At this stage, we add project management tools such as Gitlab, JIRA, or Slack to ensure smooth information flow between the team members.
In accordance with this methodology, we divide the work into sprints - short time sprints dedicated to developing subsequent functionalities. Every two weeks, we present an updated version of the product that undergoes user testing.
Following a series of sprints and tests, we plan and prepare for the Go-live date of your product. We assign roles to all stakeholders and ensure they have everything they need to deliver during the launch.
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