An MVP is an initial product version with enough features to show its business potential, respond to early adopters' core needs and gather their feedback for future improvement. A well-developed MVP has not only the potential to be further developed to a final product but also shows the business idea in a real-life scenario that can appeal to unconvinced investors.Let's make an MVP!
At CodiLime, we believe that good communication is the first step to success – thanks to that, we can offer best-fit support and meet your requirements.
The infographic below shows our approach to the MVP development process:
Investing in an MVP is not a fad but a reasonable business decision that saves a company money and employee effort.
A minimum viable product allows for testing the idea at the very beginning of the development process – in a case when the potential product seems infeasible, the rest of the budget can be saved for another project.
What's more, focusing on preselected, top-priority features helps accelerate the development process and shorten the product's time-to-market.
And finally – thanks to earlier testing and pre-made savings, an MVP can be easily improved and changed according to early adopters' requirements and needs.
This is how CodiLime will help you with your minimum viable product.
CodiLime with its expertise in both network engineering and software development helped us build and release a platform for operational intelligence of digital infrastructure. CodiLime UX designers and software engineers did a great job to ensure great user experience of our product. Smooth communication, out-of-the-box thinking and reliability are those factors that also make our cooperation great.
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