Many of you may know what a minimum viable product (MVP) is. It’s a powerful basic model that explains what your product does and why prospects should buy it. So in a way, MVP teaches you how to build good, sustainable products.
When we first met Fred, the founder of Brickowner, we could feel his passion and ambitions to be the market leader for property crowdfunding. He had a great idea, highly experienced partners, and a very aggressive plan to grow and fund raise. They were also working with UI/UX and branding agencies. But if they were going to succeed, they desperately needed technology know-how and the right business processes required to set such platform. So they came to Innovify.
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.
Innovify will be a trustworthy and creative partner you on your road to success. They will suggest ideas, they will help you focus on and improve your business, they can manage all your technology needs and they are generally very good to work with on a day to day basis.
Innovify, a London-based tech foundry, successfully raised £174,000 crowd-funding round on Seedrs in January 2016.
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.
Management’s support for Agile development is very crucial when there’s a lack of it, it becomes a common cause of software project failures. Management is sometimes surprised or unprepared for things to slow down as teams learn Agile. It may take years, not months, to implement Agile development fully into an organisation.