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Engagement Models

Product Development

In our Product Development model, we commit 100% to delivery, processes, talent provision, and expertise needed to bring the product from conception to reality. We work collaboratively with the client’s team, addressing different stages: ideation, MVP development, and evolutionary solution over time.

We provide a complete team with the necessary roles to work on the product from start to finish. Our main goal is to ensure that your product reaches its full potential.

Our process in 3 stages:


(Discovery, Ideation, Prototyping and Iteration)

  • Learn & understand
  • Analyze & prioritize
  • Ideate possible solutions
  • Prototype
  • Test & adjust
  • Define MVP
  • Findings
  • Points issues / opportunities
  • Use-cases flows
  • Architecture definition
  • Wireframes & Functional prototype
  • MVP scope definition

DIPI is the stage of thoroughly understanding the customr's needs and problems, analyzing and prioritizing them by feasibility and importance, devising and designing the solution that best fits, and testing with real users. Our expertise in agriculture and product allows us to dive straight into the problem, and in the solution design, we bring all our global and market-specific knowledge.

As a conclusion to this stage, we suggest defining the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to develop.

One of our product squads takes charge of this process and then continues with the following stages. The squad consists of a product manager, an ag expert, a UX/UI designer, and an architect.


(Minimum Viable Product)

  • Design, develop & deploy the MVP with a 2 weeks sprint cycle.
  • 1 team approach with client.
  • Launch to market in 4 months
  • Live Product with key functionalities

Between 2 and 4 months, we design and develop what was agreed upon as the scope in the DIPI stage. We work in 2-week sprints with a client team involved in the decisions.

The objective is to reach the target user by adding value as soon as possible, and then we continue to complete and evolve the product in the next stage. Our experience in the segment, having gone through it, allows us many ways to solve common problems in the sector, which gives us a competitive advantage when facing a new project.

The product squad is the same as the one that went through the DIPI stage, with development profiles added in this stage: product owner, tech lead, DevOps, and developers..


  • Gather user feedback
  • 2 weeks sprint cycle
  • Constant follow-up and support
  • User’s feedback report
  • Product development roadmap
  • Deployments
  • Constant follow-up and support

Having an MVP delivered is just the beginning of the product's life, which is why in this stage we continue building the solution with insights from users and the business.

Usually, at this stage of the project, we continue with the same squad that was dedicated to the MVP and work together with the customer to maintain a clear product roadmap and add management reports to show progress internally.

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