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How to Build Effective Software Minimum Viable Products (MVP) – Guide

Learn about Winnona Partners affordable software MVP options with our new resource: The Ultimate Guide to Building an Effective Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

Winnona Partners specializes in developing early-stage software for startups and businesses, also known as Minimum Viable Products (MVP). As a way to help our clients and friends navigate the MVP process, we’ve written a new resource: The Ultimate Guide to Building an Effective Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

The Ultimate Guide to Developing Successful Software MVPs

Whether you want a prototype to show off your app idea in its full visual form to investors or focus groups, or a Web App with simple features and functionality to get your business off the ground, you can find what you need in our FREE resource: The Ultimate Guide to Building an Effective Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

The Build Measure Learn Loop - MVP

As a founder or business owner, you understand the value of time saved by validating your idea before building in features that may prove extraneous or unnecessary. Similarly, our team understands that there’s no singular, perfect technology solution that can be applied to every situation. Our guide covers these core concepts, and offers a variety of MVP options to help your business succeed.

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By Jonathan Richter

Jonathan is CEO of Winnona Partners, a custom software development company based in Atlanta, GA that specializes in helping startups and small businesses thrive. He's also a classical guitarist, and has studied Chinese language, music and culture extensively.

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[…] So how much does it cost to develop an MVP for your software or app project? A quick Google search reveals average MVP development cost from a company typically ranges from $20,000-30,000. Forbes has quoted $15,000-20,000 for “a good developer” based in the U.S. Our firm, Winnona Partners, works closely with clients in the planning stage to cut costs where possible, allowing us to typically develop app MVPs in the $5,000-10,000 range. In some cases, a simple website could suffice to getting some traction on your idea. You can learn more about various MVP options in our free MVP resource guide. […]

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