Initiate The Project
Every new project or a start-up must have a business plan. We cannot get the project done if you don’t have a one. We need your vision, the business model and the requirements to lead us.
DO NOT GET PANIC!
- Are we on the same page?
- Have we, Syriail, understood what you have in your mind?
- We are sure that we can build the product for you, but are you sure that this product should be built?
- Will your clients will need it and use it?
- Are you sure that the requirements or the features are all needed and you didn’t miss some?
- Do you want to lose many business opportunities until the whole product/project get done?
Every new project or start up implies opportunities but also uncertainty and a possibility of failure. Wouldn’t it be great to maximize the opportunities, to eliminate the uncertainty and to cut the loose early?
The “Kick Off” phase is designed to carry out the three missions: Maximize, eliminate and cut. And, equally important, to pave the ground for the project.
Sketching / Prototyping
We work together with you to build the prototype to make sure that we, you and our team, have a common understanding. It is the language we both can understand and something could be seen rather than imagine. Prototypes could also help you understand your project better, therefore you might develop your requirements!
Depending on the clear understanding of the requirements and the budget we can decide how the product should be built, what components it should consist of, how these component will communicate and what technologies are most suitable.
Minimum Viable Product - MVP
Together, we elect the core features and requirements to be implemented as MVP. These are the features without them the product lose its goal(s) and becomes useless. MVP Could also be just a prototype! Always, no predefined process!
MVP aims to:
- Demonstrate the value of the product to the final users
- Predict the future of the product
- Get feedback from initial users to implement the most important features in the subsequent releases.