With a prototype in your hands thanks to our Design Sprint, it's now time to actually build the product you have dreamed of. Based on the lean startup methodology, we only build the minimum amount of required features to acquire early adopters. This is what we call a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). The features to prioritize are chosen based on our design sprint's user stories & user testing feedback.
The longer you hold on to your idea, the higher the risk that your competitors will beat you to it. You could hire in-house developers or a freelancer to build your software product for you...
...but it takes time to find someone with the right mix of skills for your specific product. Can you afford the risk of losing valuable time & money on building the wrong application ?
It might seem scary at first glance to outsource the product on which your whole company is based, right? Outsourcing your product development to a Software House is the right choice if you want to:
Building a high-quality app that will delight your customers requires different sets of skills :
You'll benefit from our team's experience and insights, gleaned from building hundreds of cutting-edge software products.
Our MVP development service follows the best practices of the agile development process. We work in two-week sprints, incorporating planning, development, testing and reviews, delivering visible and continuous progress throughout the project. We typically combine both programming as well as user interface design. At the end of each sprint, the work is deployed, so your product grows in two-week stages.
Working from the prototype version of your product, we plan out the features required for your minimum viable product, sort them into a prioritised backlog of ideas, features and functionality, and review at the beginning of each new sprint to ensure we’re working on the most important features that deliver maximum value.
Inspired by the lean startup methodology, we can help you validate your product idea by the market with this principle: Build > Measure > Learn.
At the end of each sprint, we review the work we've completed and re-assess our priorities for the next sprint. At this stage your product can (and should) be shown to early users, so you can begin getting feedback. This can be used to influence and revise the planning for the upcoming sprints, as well as to guide future product development.
Before you start thinking about developing your minimum viable product, we recommend:
If you don't have a prototype yet, our Design Sprint service, an essential prerequisite for our MVP development, may be a better fit for you.
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