Startup Product Roadmap, Phase 1 – Product Discovery

The Product Discovery phase is about determining that you’re solving the right problem, along with starting to validate and de-risk your solution.

This phase of effort is arguably the most difficult of your product’s lifecycle. Each day can be an emotional rollercoaster of extreme excitement and frustrating lows. Read more on Startup Product Roadmap, Phase 1 – Product Discovery…

The Startup Product Roadmap – Maturing your Software Idea into a Scalable Product

Planning to launch a startup around a new software product? The Software Product Roadmap will help you ask the right questions, talk to the right people, and make the right moves every step of the way. Read more on The Startup Product Roadmap – Maturing your Software Idea into a Scalable Product…

Prioritize Your (or Your Client’s) Projects Using Relative Weighting

I was recently working with a client that was considering many different software projects and struggling to decide which should come first. Each project was valuable in its own way, but when we began comparing them, we weren’t getting far. Then, I remembered an exercise that I did during my Scrum Product Owner training called relative weighting. Read more on Prioritize Your (or Your Client’s) Projects Using Relative Weighting…

Why Software Rewrites Often Fail – and How “User Goals” Can Fix Them

Over the last few years, Atomic Object has gotten more and more inquiries from companies who want to replace old custom software. These programs are often written in antiquated languages that few of today’s developers know. And most are dramatically below today’s standards for how software should look and act.

Unfortunately, it’s become clear that replacing an old system is often much more expensive than developing a completely new custom software product. Read more on Why Software Rewrites Often Fail – and How “User Goals” Can Fix Them…

Working with Atomic After Our Initial Engagement – Three Options

So, your product development engagement with Atomic Object is nearing an end. At this point, we have finished and launched your MVP, worked through your scope-controlled budget for app updates/improvements, or handed the reigns to your internal team. You now have three distinct options for continuing to work with us.
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