Look at the domestic media, social networks and messengers. For the most part, they follow their more successful counterparts. The language barrier between different countries allowed them to occupy a promising niche in time and become quite successful.
When a team of experts are working on an idea, the latter turns into a business. Launching a startup is a challenge and we are ready to accept it. We will research your idea and help you with building up a business model, bringing a fully functional product into the market. We have cases of successful startups in our portfolio. Together we have gone a long way from generating an idea to an ongoing business. We keep collaborating with loyal customers and expand functionality of the applications.
Usually, a start-up manages to get only a small inflow of investment at the start, so the opportunities for its promotion are more modest than for large projects. Often the first investor is the author of the start-up himself. We understand the difficult situation in which such projects find themselves, so we are always happy to take on interesting ideas. Our task is to ensure the project's rapid growth and payback. Let's look in detail at how this is done and what tricks are used.
You must realize that the success of a start-up depends almost entirely on you. To increase the likelihood of success, you need to structure the process of achieving your goals in such a way that it is easy and enjoyable. Ask yourself what exactly you should be doing in your new business. Often the wrong focus will ruin even the best companies, so don't repeat other people's mistakes:
- Find a balance between your passion, skills and the business you are getting paid for.
- Determine (with our help) the demand for start-up products on the market.
- Organize your skills in such a way that you can translate them into financial terms. If this can be done without difficulty, you have found a gold mine!
Such companies brazenly break into the game and try to bypass its participants, as well as seek to "tear a big chunk" from the market leaders. In such cases, any tricks are used, starting with an attractive appearance and ending with more favourable prices. Everything that helps to gain recognition and seize the upper hand is used.
The innovative approach of such a start-up does not immediately unlock its potential. We have come across similar projects, and it requires some creative thinking to see where the start-up's hidden strengths lie.
These types of start-ups rely on high technology, so it's important to realize that they need serious financial investment as well as certain connections in the business world.
Probably every start-up thinks they are more interested in this question than anyone else. Unfortunately, it is not possible to announce a price without prior research. We are not aware of your ambitions, we don't know where the company is aiming, and we don't fully understand what our role in this formula will be. So let's clarify the following nuances:
- A start-up is an applied task and a set of different technologies (from simple to complex). Often the tasks are reduced to the development of an online shop, news aggregator or messenger.
- Tell us about the planned load for the resource and the pool of tasks it should perform on a daily basis.
- How much additional functionality might be required? This includes group image sharing, chat rooms, answering questions, and notifications of user actions.
- At least in general terms, describe how you see the admin part of the service.
At the moment of decision, remember:
- Brander values your time and money. We won't waste it on trivial matters unless the job requires it.
- Brander is committed to long-term relationships, so every client is a partner and colleague.
- Brander takes your wishes into account and likes to see them come true.
- Brander stands for consistency, minimal stress and mutual understanding. This is the atmosphere in which we work best!
Startup Software Development
Brander’s startup software development is about creating digital tools for start-up businesses. It involves building applications that are tailored to the specific needs and challenges of startups. These solutions are designed to increase efficiency, streamline operations and drive growth in the dynamic startup environment. The focus is on creating user-friendly and scalable software that meets the unique goals and requirements of emerging companies.
Phases of a Startup Software Development Process
Ideation is the starting point of startup business development. It's the creative phase where innovative concepts are generated and brainstormed. This stage involves coming up with unique ideas that could form the basis of the software.
Business validation is the second step in startup software development. It involves assessing and confirming the feasibility of the ideas generated during ideation.
The design phase of startup software development carefully plans the user experience and interface. This phase shapes how the software will look and feel, and provides a clear blueprint for the development team.
Development is the stage where skilled programmers bring the software to life by coding it based on the design specifications. This phase transforms the conceptual ideas into functional software, laying the foundation for the subsequent testing and implementation steps.
Testing is a critical phase in initial software development. It ensures the functionality and reliability of the software under various conditions. This phase identifies and resolves potential problems, bugs or inconsistencies, ensuring a more robust and stable final product.
Implementation is the stage at which the software is integrated into the operational environment. It marks the transition from development to active use, making the product ready for use.
Deployment is the step where the software is officially released and made available to users. It marks the culmination of the development process and allows the startup's product to be used in real-world scenarios.
Product launch is the moment when the software is introduced to users. It marks the official entry of the startup's product into the market, creating awareness and anticipation.
Techs & Tools We Use in Custom Software Development for Startups
Database management systems, such as MySQL, help organize and store data efficiently, which is critical for startups dealing with growing data sets. Cloud platforms such as Azure provide scalable infrastructure and services, allowing startups to manage their applications cost-effectively. Version control systems such as Git facilitate collaboration between development teams, ensuring a smooth and organized workflow.
In summary, technology for startup business development is diverse and address different aspects of the development lifecycle. The selection of these tools depends on the specific requirements of the project, ensuring that startups can create robust and scalable software solutions tailored to their unique needs.
SDLC Models of a Startup Software Development Process We Use
Agile divides the business development for startup into small, manageable increments called iterations or sprints. Each iteration produces a working and potentially shippable product. Regular feedback from stakeholders ensures continuous improvement throughout the development cycle.
It follows a structured progression through predefined phases such as requirements, design, implementation, testing, deployment and maintenance. Each phase must be completed before moving on to the next, much like a cascading waterfall. This model is highly structured, with a clear and rigid plan established at the project's outset.
Lean promotes a customer-centric mindset that delivers value through rapid iterations and responsiveness to changing requirements. This model prioritizes the most critical features and ensures a lean and mean development process.
It allows for incremental improvements and adjustments throughout the development process. Each iteration produces a version of the software, and subsequent iterations build on the previous ones.