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Building The Future of Freelance Software / slashdev.io
Software And Product Are The Core of Tech Businesses//
Product Is Key
Everywhere you look you read about how important your product is. It is a trending topic on Twitter and really it is quite true. You need to build a great product and you need to make sure you solve significant problems for your users. In order to get to the point of being able to refine your product and mold it into a platform, first you need to build an initial product and solve your customers’ key needs. This is where development talent comes in. Or maybe you already have a product and you are working to improve it and keep up with new feature requests. Either way, development is key.
The Fundamentals Remain The Same, Build A Product That People Love
At the end of the day as entrepreneurs, we are trying to create something that our customers love. You go out and talk to your users, you know the market like the back of your hand, you have the perfect idea… with technology businesses it doesn’t matter, all of these need development to be executed and delivered.
Often You Just Need To Get An MVP To Test Demand
For many founders we work with, the goal is to get a new product to market. They need to build fast and take advantage of an opportunity they see. They do not have the capital to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars just to build the first version of their product, they need to move fast, and they need people who know what they are doing.
Very Few Things Help Improve Your Product Like Great Development Talent
There are many things that are important to creating a great product. Having the vision and understanding of what the customer needs, timing, and solving a painful problem to name a few. We find that often these are not what is lacking for most companies, if you are building you have a vision, what you really need to support to develop your vision. Remote development talent can help you build in a matter of days and at a much better price than you will find elsewhere.