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Is MVP development the only way to validate your idea? SpdLoad describes other options.

MVP development is a fairly popular approach for creating a startup. But there are more options to test the business value. SpdLoad compares PoC vs Prototype vs MVP.

(PRUnderground) December 10th, 2019

The 42% of startups fail because there is no market demand. It’s thousands of burned cash and resources. But how to avoid such kind of fatum with your idea?

Focus on the proof of feasibility as a start point. Use the Proof of Concept – the PoC approach to make sure, your hypotheses has a chance to be successfully validated in a product. Right after that, build the UX flow. Use prototyping tools to create the low- or high-fidelity prototypes of a product to make sure, business logic is simple and attractive for the customer. And after that go to MVP development.

At each step there is a need to keep the whole thing systematic. It means choose the most suitable option to work with. But how to understand what matches the most at the moment?

It is for SpdLoad make a research of strong and weak points of every approach. It is a straight comparison of PoC vs Prototype vs MVP. Feel free to check this article to learn what and how makes the best fit to your idea or your startup. Use these tools to build predictable and scalable growth of your business.

About SpdLoad

SpdLoad is a startup development company. We focus at work with early stage startups and help building applications, that market need.

Press Contact
Name: Maksym Babych
Phone: 0508799856
Email: info@spdload.com
Website: Spdload.com

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