We offer complete product development life cycle (PDLC) which includes project’s architecture, development, QA, and 24/7 DevOps support to ensure your product’s competitiveness on the market.
Our developers can create both MVPs for startups as well as complex corporate products that are a complete business solution.
Product CONCEPT: understanding the idea, conducting research of the business model, and analyzing the results. We plan, design, and co-create your product with you.
Product FEASIBILITY: Interactive wireframes and click-through prototypes are incredibly useful when it comes to getting the “feel” of the system, getting feedback, and validating the effectiveness of interaction, testing various ideas and usage scenarios.
This is an important step that helps the actual development because it is easier to see the user behavior, double check the workflows in various scenarios, and define the look-and-feel of the system without spending extra money on re-designing or re-implementing features and processes in the future. Based on this as well as other factors, a business plan is created to systemize all aspects connected to your product's creation.
Product DEVELOPMENT: The development is done in accordance with the business goals. A roadmap is created where one can see the short-term as well as long-term goals with specific technology solutions. All tasks in the backlog have a detailed description and acception criteria. The goal of quality assurance throughout the development is to have a working version of the product at the end of every iteration. All of this is made possible and efficient due to effective communication processes with the client and users as well as within the cross-functional team.
Product DEPLOYMENT: Product’s launch, monitoring and testing system performance, and feedback analysis to understand user behavior.
Product lifecycle doesn’t end once your product has been launched. Flexibility and adaptability are among the key features for today’s IT solutions, therefore you might consider launching an MVP first (if you are creating a brand new product) to test it out, listen to your customers, validate the ideas, and adapt before your product is fully developed. If you are working on an enterprise product, you also will start developing features customized to suit your client's unique specifications and needs.
The role of Grossum team in all this is to help you shape your product strategy by combining our skills in design, technology, and business to develop a customer experience that stands out among all others.