What is an MVP?
What is the secret of teams that deploy several dozen times a day
Which team and which organization to settle?
How to prioritize your ideas?
What are the essential features?
What is technical debt in an application?
Why frame the development of a model or an MVP?
Test and validate your ideas quickly
Get good visibility on the progress and completion date
Bring satisfaction to all your stakeholders
Define the best technical architecture according to your objectives
Facilitate experimentation and reorientation
Guarantee the quality and scalability of the application
How Anybox helps its customers
The founders of a startup in agriculture want to facilitate the animation of groups of farmers, without depending on a multitude of tools and social networks, while centralizing information and guaranteeing confidentiality. Anybox sets up an agile team made up of senior full-stack developers and a Scrum Master and develops a collaborative platform bringing together messaging, calendar, document sharing, surveys and other features. Quality is ensured by the agile process, unit tests and good development practices. The progress is done in iterations, according to the pace of the startup, with pauses in order to measure the impact of the features.
The founders of a startup in tourism want to develop and evolve their management platform for their customers. They are faced with a trade-off on certain functionalities requested by customers. Anybox gradually decreases the technical debt of the application by adding automated tests to secure future developments and helps prioritize developments based on the level of complexity assessed.