Minimal Enterprise Viable Product
Choose “Minimal Enterprise-Viable Product” [MEVP] when:
- You are a startup developing a product for enterprises. You need an Enterprise class MVP which will enable you to attract enterprise design partners or early adopters.
- You are an enterprise interested to develop your MVP. You are eager to embrace innovation and agility, yet maintain your credibility.
- You want to create a Minimal Enterprise Viable Product with a discerned approach which, counterbalances the Innovation and agility with an emphasis on enterprise viability.
- You want an MVP planned correctly from the outset, so you can create new versions and scale easily, without having to throw it out or give it a major overhaul.
- You need an R&D partners, who are experts in startups, experienced with enterprises and know to synthesize the two mindsets.
- You want skilled developers that work well together, without the delay in time-to-market and high costs that come with recruiting individuals one by one, waiting until they (hopefully) mesh as a team, and paying their salaries even when you’re focusing more on marketing or raising capital than on development.
What to expect:
- An intense discovery session to uncover your business requirements, design preferences, short-term and long-term goals.
- A detailed, holistic plan covering technical architecture, data modeling, UX design, functional design, development, testing and deployment.
- A beautifully designed, thought-out Minimal Enterprise Viable Product that fits your minimum requirements, but ensures enterprise viability. We are particular about clean and generic code, well-thought out APIs and performance considerations.
- A dev team with the commitment and enthusiasm of an in-house team. We just happen to work outside your office.
You can learn more about the discerning approach for Enterise MVP in the following article:
MVP for Enterprise: Great Potential – Great Danger
Introduction to Minimal Enterprise Viable Product: A synthesized approach for a safe and succesfuk Enterprise MVP.
(The article was published by DZone.com – here, and on Medium.com – here)