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How could POC development help in Software development?

by Lucas Mason SEO Analyst

Are you having an idea to launch a new venture? Now, you have faced questions like, Is the idea is best? Is the plan is feasible? Cost estimation? What are the goals that need to be set? Scope of this project? What are the technology resources required while developing the project?


All these questions would be answered by the proof of concept (POC) development. To understand more about POC development, let’s look at POC basic concepts and their advantages in software development.


What is POC development?

Proof of concept (POC) is a method or way to demonstrate the feasibility of the project and verify whether the project has the potential to implement in real-time. POC Development aims to convince the investors that the idea/project can be turned to deliver more profits.


Why do you need to have POC Development Services?

It is essential to estimate the project scope, budget, technical resources, and other aspects in the early stages of software development. To obtain all these factors, POC development is mandate in practice. In blockchain POC development, the process starts with the best techniques to figure out the feasibility of the product/service and viability in the market. There will be a complete plan for streamlining processes that define the existing and anticipated business process to identify the project’s risks and limitations.


Steps involved in the POC development


Requirements gathering

Before starting the project, analyze the market trends and tech stack for developing proof of concept(POC) for a new project. Gather all the details related to technical and financial aspects required to finish the POC development.


Draft a theoretical paper

Once the details are gathered, draft a compelling whitepaper or thesis that outlines ins and outs in the POC development process. It will clearly explain the project and convince the stakeholders with feasibility proof of your business.



Draw a prototype

With the help of a thesis, you can create a prototype that can help the audience better understand the project. It should contain workflow, design, sketches, mockups, and sample outcomes. 


Develop MVP

Create the Minimum Viable Product(MVP) for your new venture with basic functionalities and features with sample data. 


Drive a Result

After having the MVP, create the final report that outlines what you have learned from the POC development. Also, mention the merits and demerits of this project, any improvements needed to implement in real-time applications, and expected results.


Benefits of implementing POC development


Analyze the potential of the project 

Implementing POC development before the project implementation can help to analyze the feasibility and real-time challenges of the project.


Prevents loss of investments

POC development will allow you to know the results of projects at the initial stages. It can help you in avoiding the failure of project implementation and cost spending.


Easy Budget estimation

With the help of POC, you can grasp the cost estimation required to implement the project in real-time effortlessly. It helps you to take part in a huge fundraising process.


Increase investors 

The project's scope can be predicted from POC development, which would help in attracting more investors and make them involved in the project.


Forecast the risks

We can foresee the risks and problems associated before starting the real-time project. It aids in finding solutions to the issues and surpasses them in real-time implementation.


Conclusion

This is all about the POC development process and its benefits in software development. Avail POC development services in various technologies such as mobile app development, blockchain development, AI, IoT from Blockchain Firm to develop a new profitable venture.



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About Lucas Mason Innovator   SEO Analyst

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Joined APSense since, February 17th, 2020, From Barcelona, Spain.

Created on Apr 10th 2021 05:45. Viewed 45 times.

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