Nearshore Development Company | VAIRIX


Last Wednesday 10th of June VAIRIX was on Universidad ORT Uruguay showing it's Inception Workshop for Entrepreneurs. The presentation was cool, with lot of questions from the atendees. Also we did one full activity, sharing the results and discussing them between the participants.



On March 25-27, VAIRIX was invited to be part of the '9th Summer Camp on Entrepreneurship' held in Medellín, Colombia. It is organized each year by the EAFIT University, one of the most recognized universities and pioneer in the entrepreneurship topic. The organization asked us to go there in representation of Uruguay to show the state of the uruguayan entrepreneurship & innovation ecosystem. VAIRIX talk was done in the section "Innovation and Entrepreneurship in LATAM countries: international guests".

It’s time for a little role play. Think about you (the reader) as one of the main stakeholders of a new and revolutionary mobile app thats your startup want to push to the market. Now, to add a little pressure, think that you have a meeting with investors coming up with a hard deadline, and they only will invest in your idea if they see some working version of the app.

Assuming that you already have the feature list, then you ask us “It’s a good idea to do a mobile MVP? because I heard that it is not.” Ok, let try to be straight with this and tell you how do we see it. The development of any MVP comprises a deep understanding of the core value of your product (those thing that make it special), so balancing “minimum” and “viable” is a major issue in this approach. But in mobile, we have to take special care of some things that will make the difference between a successful mobile MVP and a “zombie” app.


Thinking about the following story, the title of this case study should be "Pulling startup’s chestnuts out of the fire"... let us see why.

Couple of days ago a local web designer company called us since they have received very good references about our work.

They were calling us (Thursday, 5pm) because they had designed a webpage for some startup, but the RoR developer hired by the startup didn’t finish the work and disappeared. The real challenge is that the website needed to be shown to investors in a demo on next Friday (in less than 24 hours!). We took a moment to...


MVP means Minimum Viable Product and it’s a core component of Lean Startup methodology [1]. An MVP is not a minimal product [2]. The technique involves the development of a product or website with the sufficient features to satisfy early adopters.This subset of possible customers are thought to be more forgiving, more likely to give feedback, and able to grasp a product vision from an early prototype or marketing information [3].


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