Extend the software iteratively with new, important functionalities
What is cycle-based agile software development?
The MVP of your software has solved your core problems and could already be used. However, the MVP does not yet contain all features and still needs to mature into a full-fledged product. A typical software cycle comprises one month in which the software is further developed. The features for further development are determined based on customer feedback and your preferences. At the end of each cycle, or month, you have a working piece of software to test and present to your users. Their feedback, in turn, is critical to selecting the right innovations for the next version. The iterative development allows you to have a lot of influence on the features and to develop closely according to the needs of the end user. At the same time, you have full cost control, because after each cycle the software is usable and usable.
After each cycle or month, a usable software is created.
Iterative development allows for user feedback to be addressed
Cost-optimised development, as only features are selected that are effectively desired
High flexibility to align development with new market insights
Full cost control, as usable software is produced in each cycle
Our ready-made packages
We take it easy. Only a few functionalities are developed in the cycle - so there is plenty of time to gather feedback.
- 40 development hours
- Few new features
- Plenty of time for feedback
You want to proceed at optimal speed and keep the balance between development and feedback. We make a lot of progress without rushing.
- 85 Development hours
- Many new features
- Time for feedback
Time is of the essence and you know what you want. We select many features per cycle and can showcase the biggest advances. By arrangement, even greater development support is possible.
- 180 development hours
- Many exciting features
- With big steps towards the goal
*All prices and timeframes given are good estimates for average projects, but are completely non-binding.
Scope, timeframe and costs are again determined individually for each project by our experts.