The key to successful realisation of a new software product is generally the validation of a concept or technology. That’s why we start by making a prototype.
In a short, intensive period our specialists get to work to cover the main product risks and validate assumptions. We do this by developing a prototype focusing only on potential stumbling-blocks and the validation of assumptions.
We refer to the result of our efforts as a proof-of-concept. This is a rough design of the ultimate software product. Our clients can use a proof-of-concept to convince stakeholders about the product idea.
Once we have assessed the proof-of-concept together and taken feedback from stakeholders into account, we establish a well—thought—out, flexible development plan. This plan forms the basis for realising an initial version of the software product.
- Iterations of 1 week
- 2 – 6 weeks
- 1 – 4 specialists