Building and launching a successful digital product is no small feat. It requires specialized skills in several different areas. The question then becomes: what profiles should a good digital product team have on board? At Dashdot we think you can do more with less. Here's why you should consider hiring multi-talented generalists instead of specialists for your startup.
Do you want to scale your product, but it’s not taking off as you hoped? Here we go over the stumbling blocks that often stand in the way of scaling products, and how to turn things around:
It may seem like a simple question, but pricing out an app raises some essential questions about the value you want to create. Here’s some factors to take into account when budgeting for an app:
When you need external help to build your digital product, it’s important to team up with the right experts. Here are 5 things to consider when joining forces with an app developer:
As a CTO, it's important to stay up to date with the latest trends and developments in technology in order to make informed decisions about the direction of your company's technology strategy. These are the 2023 trends you don’t want to miss:
Digital transformation and launching new digital products helps companies adapt their businesses to a changing world. It calls for a re-imagination of every aspect of the business, as well as adopting new models, processes and tools. This is more easily said than done! Managing large-scale change and adopting new approaches is challenging. Here are seven of the main digital transformation challenges companies face, and how to address them:
While most retail sectors have taken a big hit since the pandemic, the shining exception is ecommerce. Shifting to digital isn’t just good business: it’s a matter of survival. Customers have come to expect convenience and a seamless purchasing experience, and those expectations are here to stay. Fueled by fierce competition, the ecommerce landscape is evolving rapidly, and it isn’t easy to keep up. Based on our experience, here are today’s biggest challenges for online retailers:
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; there is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” These wise words from Thoreau remind us that dreams and inspiration can guide us forward, as long as we focus on how to make them concrete. The world of digital products is full of bright ideas, but not all of them end up actually being useful. Here we take a look into the basic steps of turning your dream into a digital product that provides value:
The world of ecommerce is evolving quickly, even more so since the COVID-19 pandemic put it on the fast track. Enterprises have to constantly stay on top of developments in mobile commerce and IoT as well as the dominance of major players like Amazon, plus rising consumer expectations. Legacy ecommerce platforms always seem to lag one step behind, since keeping up with change can mean major investments. The solution: headless commerce. Headless separates the front-end from the back-end to create more flexibility and customization possibilities.
So you’ve launched your minimal viable product (MVP), the first usable version of your product. Lots of blood, sweat and tears went into testing its key functionalities with initial users. What’s next? This is a make or break moment for companies, because going from MVP to a full-scale solution takes careful planning and strategy. Here are some basic things to keep in mind as you scale for success:
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