Over the years, we’ve built minimum-viable-products (MVPs) that have gone from just a founder’s idea into large, funded businesses. Some of the MVPs we’ve built are B2C, B2B, and even B2B2C where businesses can launch portals that serve their clients.
Our team isn’t just filled with technology experts, we have design, product, and senior DevOps engineers that can help get your business launched quickly.
One of the most frequent issues startups face is having to re-do their technology once they’re ready to raise funds. This is usually caused by a lack of expertise early on where developers don’t plan their architectures long-term.
As part of our process, we try to “future-proof” your MVP - giving your architecture room to evolve. Every MVP we build we give a lifetime of 10+ years where it can continuously be developed to support your growth.
We start by sizing your MVP as small, medium, large. Once your MVP is sized, we divide it into requests that are 3-5 business days. Learn more about what a request is. Requests may include non-technical tasks that help you navigate your product MVP. A large part of our process is helping you conceptualize your idea and translate it into working software. MVPs can typically go out in as little as 6-8 weeks for smaller ones, and 3-5 months for larger MVPs.