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All-in-one platform for Product Teams

Market-fit is hard. Sometimes it’s easy, but usually not. We’ve released Fibery 1.0 almost a year ago as a general no-code solution for small companies to build internal work management processes. We deliberately did not focus on the exact niche to see where Fibery sticks better.

As you can imagine, this broadness leads to quite poor stickiness. And Fibery was hard to market. What is it? Tool for what? It’s not a good replacement for docs, like Notion or Coda, it’s not a good enough work management solution as Asana, it’s not a spreadsheet replacement as Airtable. Fibery does compete with all of these tools, but it was not better than any of these tools in specific cases.

Still, this broad release had a clear goal — find a niche where Fibery sticks better. And we did find it. We discovered, that small and medium product companies love Fibery more than other segments. Maybe this is just Conway’s law, but the result was clear — we should focus on product companies and add more value to Fibery for their specific cases and needs. And we did exactly that from May 2020.

During the last 6 months, we’ve covered many cases that are useful for product companies and build a connected workspace for product teams.

Fibery connects all important product development processes into a single workspace.

Here are the main product development processes that we focused on:

  • User Research to conduct interviews, identify pain points, and find out why your latest glorious idea won’t work.
  • Ideation to write insightful documents and create beautiful diagrams.
  • Strategic planning, roadmapping, and backlog management to keep everything on track.
  • Software development to not use JIRA.
  • Customer Feedback aggregation to improve the product, and turn each release day into Boxing Day for your customers.

Check the quick video that shows the value:

The main difference between Fibery and all the other tools is that Fibery covers many product development processes, so you need fewer tools, have a better understanding of what is really going on, and enjoy less context switching.

P.S. We eat our own dog food, so check out how we use Fibery to create Fibery.

P.P.S. Support us on Product Hunt. 🌶




A second brain for teams. Replaces costly isolated tools and brings teams together.

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Michael Dubakov

Michael Dubakov

Fibery founder I write about systems, software development and products.

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