Define and Build a Product in 3 months

Would you like to turn your idea into a working, viable product, but you don't know where to start? We can definitely help you with this.


Minimum, Viable, Lovable, Marketable
- what's the best way to start?

Building a proper first version or prototype of the product is a gamble in the modern software development world. Is the MVP the right way to go for releasing a new product? Many product owners struggle to decide on how should they shape their products in the earliest stages.

Building & launching a tech product is a complex process on many levels and depends on many side factors. Should you start with a Marketable, Viable, or a Lovable Product? Or maybe you would like to go all-in and start with launching a full-blown product? (We don't recommend that option, it's occupied with a big risk, but sometimes it just works). Each of those strategies serves a specific goal and has a different chance for success. But all of those approaches bring you closer to the desired outcome - shaping the final form of your product, that your customers need.

It’s really hard to pinpoint a universal workflow that would fit all possible contexts, but from what we've learned in various projects - it's always wiser and cheaper to start with a strategy that allows you to do fast adjustments along the way because the market changes and your competition may be more agile than you are. That's why we always recommend to start small and validate as fast as possible...


When you should start with
building a Minimum Viable Product?

As you probably know at this point - there is only one right answer to all questions in the IT world - "It depends..."😎 And in this case, it really does depend on how well you can answer, define, and describe the list of the topics that we usually cover during the Product Workshops with our customers:

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If you know your users' needs very well, and you've built and tested a prototype of your solution, and you've defined and validated your products' business model - then you could think about building something more than "just" an MVP. But if you are missing any of those points - go minimal.

The advantages of building an MVP are:

Easy and cheap idea validation.

Rather than releasing a full-fledged product that has a full set of features you can start with building an MVP. It is the cheapest form of a product and requires minimum features to test the idea and therefore — minimum time to build it. In other words, MVP aims to test and evaluate your idea, learn how the real world users are going to react to it.

Room for change and evolution.

With an MVP you have room for evolution. While you develop the product some new technologies may arise, so you can integrate extra features keeping the core idea in mind. Basically, you add value at each development stage and keep the product prototype flexible for the new changes.

Possibility to test and experiment at low risk and cost.

MVP is not for making a profit — it is about understanding what your product needs for succeeding. It doesn’t have to include all the features, just the ones you want to test. The best thing is that you can easily experiment with them to determine which of them work best and don’t spend a fortune on it.

low cost and fast development

check if your target audience is chosen correctly

The Order Group team is young, yet very experienced. We have been working with the agile methodology from the start. We have planned, designed, developed, and launched countless MVPs for startups, corporations, and non-profit organizations from many different industries.

determine the possible problems

The Order Group team is young, yet very experienced. We have been working with the agile methodology from the start. We have planned, designed, developed, and launched countless MVPs for startups, corporations, and non-profit organizations from many different industries.

lie in its low cost and fast development. An MVP helps check if your target audience is chosen correctly, find out what features are the most popular, determine the possible problems and create a user base of your product’s early adopters.

In general, it reduces the time you might need in the future for redoing or redesigning the product or its features. It also makes it easier to find and fix bugs at the early development stages. With an MVP you’ll have a clear overview of the things to improve, the product’s problems and the pain points for the potential users.

Basically, an MVP is an early version of a product that is created with minimum effort and development time. It may lack many features but should give your first users a sense of a product, so they can explore and estimate it. An MVP is not the first version of your product, but the most basic form of it.

on those You need to define it well and launch the simplest, and version of your product that delivers the value to your customers. We know how to do it.

The goal is to make a usable version of the product you are planning to launch. Let your target group use it, gather the first feedback from all stakeholders - customers, investors, partners - and get down to working on the next iteration.

The Order Group team is young, yet very experienced. We have been working with the agile methodology from the start. We have planned, designed, developed, and launched countless MVPs for startups, corporations, and non-profit organizations from many different industries.

Our software analysts and designers are used to take a holistic approach during an MVP scoping session. An Order Group's project team always understands all aspects of the product they are working for, especially the business model and business goals.

Order Group's development process begins with a scoping session. Our team will meet with your project's stakeholders. We'll discuss your business goals, the market environment, product's target group. Then we sketch the first versions of the project's scope, the technology stack, and the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) functionalities, timeline, and budget.

Let's do it.

Let's go!

If you are looking for a reliable tech partner just fill out the form and we'll take care of the rest.

We can provide you with a first estimate of the costs, timeline, and the team layout needed for your project within a week.


YOU CAN ALSO REACH US DIRECTLY:

Karol Oponowicz
+48 793 332 793
nb@ordergroup.co

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