“Minimum Viable Product” is a Lie Unless It’s a Maximum Evolvable Product
Too many Minimum Viable Product (MVP) solutions die on the vine either because they’re too simple or because they’re left alone post-deployment. To put it bluntly, too many companies use MVP as an excuse to release bad software.
MVP is a great idea, but only if it’s the start of a cycle of continuous improvement. ”Cycle of continuous improvement” isn’t easy — unless you have WEBCON BPS.
You’ll see us go through a story of a real-world application that went from MVP to mission-critical after a period of regular revisions/enhancements based on feedback and user participation — and it’s still receiving regular attention.
During the webinar we’ll talk about:
- Principles behind MVP; the idea’s a good one, even if some latter-day adopters didn’t follow through on it
- How to quickly build an initial solution that nevertheless accomplishes real work and delivers real benefits
- How to quickly turn user feedback into immediate enhancements
- How WEBCON’s InstantChange™ technology makes it possible to deploy updates to currently-running processes without disruption
- How all of this changes the way software solutions are delivered — to the benefits of practitioners and constituents alike
We also had a special guest speaker at this webinar – Adis Jugo. Adis is a trusted adviser, leader, entrepreneur and software/solution architect with 30 years experience in solution delivery, specialised in Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure platforms. Thank you for joining us, Adis!