Building an MVP
What if I told you that Facebook, Uber, and Amazon all have one thing in common in their software development company part? They were mostly able to grow into behemoths because they began small — each of them began as a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). An MVP, as the name suggests, is a software product that includes only the most essential (minimum) functionality but is also viable and can be used to solve a specific user issue. MVP development takes less time and resources than full-scale production, and the result is always impressive.