minimum-viable-product

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a simplified version of a product stripped to its core functionalities. The idea behind building an MVP is to satisfy the early customers and gather critical feedback for developing the full version of the product. Startups often use this model for directing software development and ensuring that their product is successful.

Growth & culture Project management Startups

7 Agile best practices you should know

At Sunscrapers, we believe that Agile is more than a collection of software development techniques or ceremonies. For us, Agile is a group of methodologies teams can mix as [...]

Project management Startups

How to build an MVP that does its job if you’re a non-tech founder

In today’s customer-oriented, on-demand economy, consumer needs change quickly, and products that fail to match them don’t survive on the market. So how can entrepreneurs ensure that their product [...]

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