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Planning to disrupt your market with a new product or an innovated service, but not sure where to start and which strategies to use? Techvantage strategists will help you define what success looks like for your business and how to get there.

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Why do you need an external strategy?

  • It is unbiased.
  • It looks at your product or service with fresh eyes.
  • You’ll benefit from the knowledge from our tech experts.
  • It uses special tools for the analysis.
  • It is results oriented.

How We Can Help

Business Goals Mapping

Clearly defined goals and a vision of the final outcome will ensure your project success and help you craft a comprehensive strategic product plan.

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Competitive Review

An indepth competitive analysis will help you stay ahead of the competition and discover new opportunities for business growth.

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Technical Direction

Our qualified consultants will review your current systems and architecture to discover key problems and develop a product roadmap based on your business needs.

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Enterprise Product Strategy

Our team of talented developers and project managers will analyze your challenges and help you develop a custom solution to streamline your operations and reduce inefficiencies.

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Risk Identification

Our experts will identify main risks associated with your product or solution development to ensure fast implementation and to avoid higher costs and project failure.

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Refining Requirements

Once we’ve defined how success looks for you, we’ll prepare the product/solution specifications that will include all the important features to be developed keeping in mind your customer needs and business goals.

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Have You Decided?

Who is your target audience?
What analytics should be collected?
What’s the ideal tech stack for your product or solution?
How to future proof the tech investment?
What are the target platforms & devices?
What functional specs should be documented before the development?