Agile and DevOps gained fast traction over the past decade due to various reasons such as better collaboration among the IT and operations team, fast product delivery, higher security, and better transparency. Here’s all you need to know about Agile and DevOps differences, interrelation, and more.
The goal of any product development process is to launch a product with all features fully functional and any issues identified throughout the market research process resolved. Here’s all you need to know about market research and pain points in MVP development.
Do you know, more than 70% of the businesses have adopted Agile technologies for diverse projects as of 2022? Agile project management and software development is an iterative process. Rather than focusing solely on the introduction of the product, the teams deliver genuine product value in each iteration. The smaller chunks approach to product development (or, for that matter, any sort of planning) has proven to be highly effective: teams can provide outcomes faster and with fewer roadblocks.
Do you know more than 70% of upstart tech companies fail after first raising financing? There are many factors behind this like product efficiency, features or solutions, users’ response, market positioning and many more. Hence proper inputs are required to optimize the product in the right time of the process/development cycle. So, building a Minimum Viable Product or MVP is imperative to make your business succeed. Especially, if you are working with Agile projects, doing MVP in the right