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«We now have a core team of engineers at Relevant who work for us full-time and are supplemented by 4 or 5 engineers with different skillsets when and if required.»
“Working with you guys has been fantastic. The level of expertise of your development team is as good as the people that we get in the UK. You’ve got a fantastic talent base of programmers. It’s more challenging to find people of that quality in the UK.”
Learn early in the process if your solution really satisfies customers’ needs.
Discover the pains and needs of your customers to be sure you solve a problem they care about.
Before building your product, perform usability tests to understand if customers can use it.
Demonstrate features to users as soon as possible to get their feedback.
Ensure the features you’re planning to build will impact the business revenue and customers’ lives.
Identify tools and technology stacks, and agree on scope, budget, timeline, team composition, and skillset.
Understand the crucial problems of your users, come up with solutions to these problems, and get insights into whether users like them.
This stage helps us understand what features we should build first to start acquiring customers.
This stage aims to evolve your product by continuously communicating with users and analyzing key metrics. The Measure–Learn–Build loop repeats every time we build something new.
Our product discovery company recommendations are based on real cases of successful project delivery. We think a few steps ahead to avoid critical issues and save business resources.
We consider your specific goals and the long-term impact of your product. You do not have to spend money on a solution that will become useless tomorrow.
We treat your projects as our own to make a meaningful impact on customers’ lives.
We involve different professionals - from business analysts to system architects for a clear project vision.
We provide you with data, facts, and research - not an opinion. Our product discovery team believes there is no place for bias when investing in software development.
Leveraging dual-track agile methodology, we add value in a faster way to the customer, reduce risks and adapt better to changes.
Many companies are eager to launch their new software without delay to see results faster, and we understand them. But if we go to work without a discovery step, we are doing our customers a disservice.
Before rushing into the product, we should know what client pains they want to satisfy and how. It helps us shape the product's vision, unite all the participants around a common idea, plan the project budget more accurately, etc.
Clients can skip the product discovery process and move to the project realization only if they are confident in their idea and set clear data-driven requirements. Otherwise, they risk investing money into a product that nobody needs.
By skipping the discovery step, the client deprives itself of the ability to:
We can do this by answering product capability assessment questions:
These answers will help you get a clear picture of your product.
The discovery process will find different validated user issues and invalidate many others. Solving these problems can create value for the user and the business; however, we will only recognize this value after providing a solution.
Products often collapse when they don't solve a user problem but can fail when the team building them tries to provide too many solutions. Prioritization is the greatest practice to reduce risk. It can be difficult because issues are often intertwined, and our empathy for users tempts us to do our best. Ranking issues by their value to the users and business is a great way to start decision-making.