Ideas - Shaped. Validated. Realized.
Product Ideation & Strategy
Discover the essence of your idea, leveraging market insights and technological advancements to facilitate ideation and conceptualization.
We follow below steps to shape your idea into fully functional product.
- Market Research
- Consumer Needs
- Problem Framing
- Finding DNA
- Product Strategy
- Technology Strategy
- GoTo Market Strategy
Product owner will get a product blueprint which details out product ideation & strategy and product roadmap to realize their idea into fully functional product.
Minimal Viable Product (MVP)
Accelerate your market entry with a rapid Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to validate your idea and establish a proof of concept.
We follow below steps to validate your idea by building prototypes and MVPs.
- Core Issues/Features Identification
- Assumptions Identification
- Value/Growth Hypothesis Check
- Building Mockups/Prototypes
- User Experience Reviews
- Building Customer Usable MVP
- A/B Testing
- Customer Feedback
- Finding Values/Wastes
- Validating Assumptions
- Validating Business Model
Product owner will get a prototype and MVP to validate the idea with potential customers.
Product Design & Development
SEAANT enables the creation of highly scalable and cost-effective products through the utilization of the right technologies and an expert team.
We follow below steps to realize your idea into fully functional product.
- Experience Assessment
- Experience Planning
- Experience Design
- Technology Architecture
- Robust/Scalable Architecture
- Enabling CI/CD Pipeline
- Digital Product Design
- Digital Product Development
- Digital Product Testing
- Enabling Base Product to EA
- Enabling Sales Ready Product to GA
- Identify New Product Features
- Building New Product Iterations
- Scale Ideas/Products
Product owner will get a base and sales-ready product to run pilots with potential alpha/beta customers.
(Design. Lean. Agile.) Approach
3 stage product engineering approach to build a simple usable efficient (USE) product
Our product innovation pipeline's function is to find a synthesis between the vision and what customers would accept, systematically figuring out the right things to build in the uncertain (startup) environments and deliver value to end-customers.
Explore the problem and find the right solution for the problem using Design Thinking approach. Check Value/Growth Hypothesis, Validate Assumptions by building a polished mockups/click-through prototype and do a quick validation of the idea with potential customers.
Identify the core issues and assumptions of the problem and build a potential customer usable minimal-viable-product (MVP) using Lean Thinking approach. Validate the idea and find values/wastes of the product features by running a pilot-run with potential customers using MVP.
Prioritize backlog all the features, design the robust/scalable cloud native/cloud agonistic architecture using right technology stack and build base product to do earlyaccess-pilot-runs with alpha/beta customers and sales-ready product for market using Agile Thinking approach
Product engineering journey starts from an idea and will go through multiple loop steps to reach its final goal - A simple usable efficient (USE) product.
Checkout our product build pipeline and product release cycles
Product Build Pipeline
(Idea 2 Product) build pipeline to design and deliver robust/scalable solutions
|1||Prototype||Polished mockups and clickable prototype to test with potential customers|
|2||MVP||A simple usable efficient product with minimal features to get the feedback and usage behaviors from potential customers. No SLAs/No technical support obligations.|
|3(EA)||BaseProduct||Early Access features are limited to a closed group of testers for a limited subset of launches. Participation is by invitation only and may require signing a pre-general-availability agreement, including confidentiality provisions. These features may be unstable, change in backward-incompatible ways, and are not guaranteed to be released. There are no SLAs provided and no technical support obligations. Early Access releases are rare and focus on validating product prototypes.|
|3(Alpha)||BaseProduct||Alpha is a limited-availability test before releases are cleared for more widespread use. Our focus with alpha testing is to verify functionality and gather feedback from a limited set of customers. Typically, alpha participation is by invitation and subject to pre-general-availability terms. Alpha releases don't have to be feature complete, no SLAs are provided, However, alphas are generally suitable for use in test environments. The alpha phase usually lasts 3 to 6 months.|
|3(Beta)||BaseProduct||At beta, products or features are ready for broader customer testing and use. Betas are often publicly announced. There are no SLAs or technical support obligations in a beta release unless otherwise specified in product terms or the terms of a particular beta program. The average beta phase lasts about 3 to 6 months.|
|3(GA)||SalesReady Product||Generally available products and features ("GA", also General Availability) are open to all customers covered by the SLAs, and are ready for production use.|