Anyone who has talked to me in the last four months has heard me, at some point in the conversation, rant about the All-In-One platform trap. The trap is simple: there are lots of platforms out there with related services and/or products and our startup is going to centralise all of these into a single wildly successful platform.
Keeping in mind the struggles start-ups face while choosing between Agile or Waterfall approaches, we discussed both in detail, throwing light on the intricacies of both methodologies.
All business organisations have one key objective – to get value from the products or services that they offer. In today’s fast-moving business environment it has become necessary to adopt practices of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) to meet these ends.
The product talk hosted by Innovify saw a great participation in the second meet up on November 9th, 2015 at Just Eat, London where we discussed the importance and challenges of delivering a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
Founders often start with a great idea and think they have everything to make it a success. However, there’s only so much one can do and they need different skills to deal with different aspects of the business.
Startups can be hugely overconfident in assuming the market is waiting for them and will accept them with open hands. Thus, they fail because they don’t correctly segment their target market.
Incubated at Innovify, Converza attended the world’s no. 1 annual technology conference at the Web Summit, Dublin, Ireland. Ram Punjani, founder Converza along with Maulik Sailor & Prakash Pilley, Founders Innovify attended the summit & received a lot of leverage for Converza.
The team is EVERYTHING. Here are the most common mistakes that block creating a motivated team aligned to business growth:
Wasting time and focus trying to get all the skills in-house rather than using committed partners like Innovify to deliver the initial requirements, allowing owners to focus on the business side