A minimum viable product (MVP) is an early version of a new product that a team uses to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort possible. MVPs include just enough core features to deploy the product effectively and no more.
A typical MVP strategy would involve deploying the product to a subset of possible customers, the early adopters, thought to be more forgiving, more likely to give feedback, and able to grasp a product vision from a prototype.
The purpose of an MVP strategy is to avoid building products that customers do not want while maximizing information about the market and minimizing investment.
Making your ideas a reality in a professional way and hitting the market as soon as you need to is a significant challenge.
At Wakapi, we can help you define a well-scoped MVP, with a spot-on set of features and without overlooking at design, reliability, and usability.
Combine that with a pre-determined deadline and a fixed price and set out to an unbeatable start for your next big product.