Customer support is no longer the number people call to waste their afternoon on listening to an underpaid consultant reading off a script. It’s where users come to help you build a better product – if you’re there to listen.
MVP is a very popular buzzword these days, similar to growth hacking or big data – startup owners are talking about building MVPs all the time, but to be honest, most of them don’t know what it really means. A good MVP is the first step to success, a right way to verify your ideas at low cost and to find out what your customers really expect.
During our work, we have a chance to talk with many startup owners from many different industries. Thanks to these small talks, we were able to discover a few universal rules that make the startups fails. One of our most important values is to share our knowledge…so here you go – 6 reasons how to avoid startup failure by The Masters.
“Startup” is a very trendy word these days – almost each small company is called a startup (but, of course, we know that there is no reason for this). Many of those companies are working in IT environment or using modern technology, and a lot of them are using Ruby on rails framework. What is behind the popularity of RoR? And why Ruby on Rails is not dying?
In the first sight, it is hard to give your software project to the company located in the other part of the world. There is a lot of possible problems with that case. For example – how can you manage the project, time zone will make the whole process longer etc. But hey, it’s XXI century and you can solve them all with modern technology. Want to know how? Read more!
There is a lot of contract types, but in developers world, two of them are very popular – the one called time & materials and fixed price. Which one of them is the best way to work with remote software house? This was always a mystery and that question seems to be older than the first computer, so as The Masters we decided to finally give you the answer.