Identify the project’s scope
During the discovery phase, we identify business stakeholders or clients' expectations, and end-users’ needs. It helps to identify product concepts and project scope as well to understand long-term business goals.
Make decisions based on data, not assumptions
The discovery phase includes a large research element. It is necessary to learn analytical, qualitative or quantitative data about users and more. It drives design basics and makes them proven while allowing to create a user oriented experience.
Avoid the need for making costly changes
The discovery phase ensures that project components, product design and complex processes are clearly defined and measurable. Utilizing a meticulous discovery process allows your business to avoid unforeseen roadblocks.
Business Goals Definition
This action helps to define the end result of your business solution or, the problem that needs to be solved.
Definition of Done Clarification
By understanding and implementing measures to define success, we will determine if your product performs as needed.
User Journey Mapping
It helps improve and optimize customer experience and understand the problem you are trying to solve.
With your input in setting tech standards and requirements, we will determine whether the business logic is technically feasible.
A professional presentation will be completed, detailing any additional steps needed to achieve your desired results.
Who is involved
What you gain
Time & Cost Estimation, Team composition
Product Requirement Document (PRD)