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PROOF OF CONCEPT (POC) DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
A proof of concept is a demonstration of the practicality and promise of Blockchain in a variety of fields, including energy, communication, services, insurance, and healthcare. A POC Development can be a prototype without any accompanying code or a bare-bones MVP (Minimal Viable Product). The proof-of-concept (POC) is a prototype that is utilised by an internal organisation to gain a better understanding of a project.
We assist you in developing a POC by guiding you through three stages of development that will result in a potential solution for a project’s feasibility in the end. We have professionals who can assist you in demonstrating the project’s viability to decision-makers.
Whatever project it is, it will require feasible theoretical scenarios in order for potential end-users and stakeholders to understand the product’s productivity and practicality. Because this proposal will be the focus of attention in the upcoming debates, it is critical to create a collection of suggestions that will clarify the project’s parameters.
The theoretical phase of the project is complete, and all project stakeholders have answered. As the theoretical process comes to a close, the idea will be put to the test by developing a functioning prototype that will be presented to decision-makers. Information architecture, code, sketches, mock-ups, design, and the tested product may all be included in the prototype.
A product with a minimum set of optimal characteristics that will be employed in the long term is generated at this stage. MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product, and it is used to test the product’s hypothesis on the project and determine what is possible for the product. This is the point at which the end-users may attempt to use it.
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