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Minimum Viable Product vs. Minimum Features Product

The idea of minimum viable product (MVP) is very popular with startups, especially those in the software and digital solutions space. However, more often than not, MVPs turn into MFPs (minimum features product).

The issue is that in planning MVPs, the business operations (such as sales), product and engineering teams focus on a feature set instead of focusing on the core…

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