STRUGGLING WITH PROOF OF CONCEPT?


This should help you out:

The best proof that customers really want your product
or service is them buying it. But if you haven’t gotten
to that stage, here’s what you can do: you can show
proof of concept by surveying them, observing behaviors
of theirs that point to a need for your product or service,
and/or citing 3rd party market research that they need your
solution. This can be very cost This should help you out:

The best proof that customers really want your product
or service is them buying it. But if you haven’t gotten
to that stage, here’s what you can do: you can show
proof of concept by surveying them, observing behaviors
of theirs that point to a need for your product or service,
and/or citing 3rd party market research that they need your
solution. This can be very cost efficient.

Next, to prove that you can build the solution, you can
cite your past track record (example: anything you have built
in the past), or you can get a proposal from a vendor who
will build it for you. This will prove that the solution
can be built, and will specify the cost to build it.

Finally, to establish proof that you can sell the solution,
you can gather letters of intent from prospective customers
and/or customer testimonials that they will purchase your
solution in the future.

As you can see, you CAN establish proof of concept with very
little money, without a working prototype of your product/service,
and without actual customers. That should be great news for
many of you. Especially in these economic times.

Truly,

PRC TEAM

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