Product-market fit means that the product is well suited to its target market. In other words, there are a lot of real users interested in pay actual money for the product. A startup needs to do rigorous testing during development to achieve this fit. Here are some necessary aspects of product-market fit for a lean startup to consider.
A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is the simplest experimental release that can start the build-measure-learn cycle for lean development. By quickly getting started with the cycle, a startup is able to begin learning what works best and developing the features that are most in demand.
Startups face many challenges and only the best go on to become successful companies. One issue that holds traditional startups back is that they often start with a product idea and then build it without making sure there is a market for it. Often, a startup will fail because it does not deliver something that people actually want.
A lean startup is a startup that uses specific practices to deliver valuable products efficiently. Eric Ries developed the early ideas for a lean startup. Since then, many companies have adopted this model successfully. Here are some of the most important aspects of a lean startup.
Over the last 15 years, Agile development has transformed the way software is specified, briefed, designed, built and deployed. You've heard the term (possibly from us), but what is it really? How is it different? Why is it good? And when is it bad?