Posts Tagged ‘software development’
More than ever, small businesses and startups must execute and bring their software-based products or services to market quickly. As Groupon has demonstrated, there is often (but not always) a huge first-to-market advantage. One risk of moving fast involves selecting software technologies that allow you to bring your products/services to market quickly, but that ultimately [...]
My experience with crowdSPRING over the past several years has proven to me that with few exceptions, startups and established companies should strive to keep their software features simple. Simple features allow you to release software more often and to iterate and leverage feedback from users. Time and time again, we’ve made the mistake of [...]
Many entrepreneurs and small business owners believe that their new product or service will beat the competition with great new features. Product and service features are rarely a competitive advantage. There are many benefits to “less software”. I discuss why in the following short 3 minute video. What do you think?