+12 months saved in Time to Market
Medim’s initial challenge:
In 2017 the company’s dynamic Management Board decided to take full advantage of the digitalisation trend & started working on their first software product for hospitals. Realisation of the complex system would have taken years. Medim needed to assess if the project was worth the investment.
Project Manager at Medim
Initial product validation
This method uncovered blank spots in the product vision and most risky assumptions. The outcomes were priceless.
User personas – visualization of tasks to-be-done, pains and gains of several user personas
A clear validation plan which was possible to execute with different healthcare stakeholders within a month
A desk research plan – a list of questions about the healthcare market and trends to be answered.
Defining value proposition
and building prototype
A list of over 40 ideas and a shortlist of functionalities for the prototype
A clickable prototype of a mobile application for nurses
A plan for a lean study. We decided to ask users questions about the discovered existing Polish software solution with some of the features the team came up with.
Is the competing solution worth investing in?
Was it not smarter and faster to start with buying it than to develop a new one from scratch?
A concise audit report. The workshop and several extra days of expert software testing allowed Skyrise.tech to sum up opportunities and risks connected with buying and further development of the system
Thanks to a 1-day technological audit workshop, we were able to sum-up the major risks and benefits of investing in the existing software.
The final outcome
180° change of business approach
12+ months saved in time to market
10+ large B2B customers on day 1
7 groups of the biggest hospital problems identified
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