Find a new perspective on a software development project with Pareto’s observation
Do I know for sure, the solution I present is the definitive?
In the middle of the development, what are the tasks that need priority?
For a final product to be functional and efficient, you must have the requirements extremely clear. Some of the issues when developing a software are changing requirements, doubts on the objective, troubles to get to an agreement.
Building an MVP emphasizes the influence of learning in the process of building a new software product. The MVP is about design and developing the pre requirements in the least time possible to test it.
In the process of testing, it is critical to identify the bugs and check what were the best solvings in the QA área. For this Pareto’s Analysis is the best choice.
The Pareto principle, also known as the 80/20 rule,and created by Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923) states that for many outcomes, roughly 80% of consequences come from 20% of the causes (the “vital few”).The law of the vital few, or the principle of factor sparsity.
With this principle, you should have a clear idea and strategic tasks in order to save time and resources, achieving a flawless product.
MVP+Pareto, improve the development of a project by providing the flexibility to adapt to changes that may occur, ensure that the project effectively solves the problem presented by customers and develop the product using time and resources in an effective and quantifiable way.
Open Dev Pro, works with MVP+Pareto’s Analysis offering to our clients the possibility to succeed with the finest final product.