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Why You Should Build an MVP and Not Your Product
  • Katie Deck
  • September 13, 2019

A minimum viable product (MVP) is a no-frills version of your product with the core features needed to solve your users’ problem and provide immediate value, quickly, while minimizing development costs. This early version of your product allows you to test your business concept before spending your life’s savings on a cat food delivery app. […]

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Five Questions about Custom Software vs Off-the-Shelf Solutions
  • Luke Richardson
  • August 20, 2019

We sat down with Luke Richardson, Lead Opportunity Explorer at Airship, to discuss the common questions he’s asked when it comes to building custom software versus using an off-the-shelf solution.  When does a company need a custom software solution? If you’re a SaaS (Software as a Service) company, you’re likely going to want to own […]

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Software Development Life Cycle in 7 Steps
  • Katie Deck
  • June 25, 2019

Ah, the software development cycle. It’s the basic principle of building custom software. Unfortunately, the core definition can sometimes be lost in endless debates on methodologies and models used to execute software development.  It’s like trying to explain what a GIF is to your aunt. All of a sudden, you and your cousins are screaming […]

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What does Airship really do?
  • Blake Greene
  • February 16, 2018

The average person uses 9 apps a day and around 30 over the course of the month. How many do you use? We have never been more connected to information and each other than we are right now. This statement will only become stronger tomorrow, next month, and 5 years from now. With the rapid […]

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