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Thousands of startups are founded every day, but only a few of them turn into successful enterprises.

As many would consider it the latest current buzzword, “entrepreneurship” is undoubtedly a satisfying idea. But it comes with a fair share of obstacles and hardships to begin a startup since nine out of ten entrepreneurs face the rough and harsh reality of failure.

If you’re ambitious and strive to take your new company to the heights of prosperity, then be aware of stats about what proportion of businesses actually makes it to the peak. It is not meant to deter you, but…

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The BMC (business model canvas) is a tool for visualizing a business model in a simple, structured manner. This method can lead to a better understanding of your clients, how product innovations are distributed through what channels, and what brings the most profit.

Simply put, the term “business model canvas” means a single sheet of paper which can comprehensively present everything about your business idea. It enables simulation of your business model, identification of flaws, and checking if it can function.

The BMC was created 14 years ago by Alexander Osterwalder, a Swiss economic thinker, and Yves Pigneur, a computer…

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WordPress (WP) is probably the most popular and trusted Content Management System (CMS) in the world. Over 75 million websites run on it; it’s 31% of all websites globally.

There are plenty of reasons why:

  • It is highly customizable. There are numerous themes, both paid and free, to satisfy your needs and let you stand out with a unique style.
  • It can adjust to any site. Yes, WP is famous for being an affordable CMS for personal blogs. But it is also run by Techcrunch, CNN, Bloomberg, BBC America, Vogue, Mercedes-Benz, Facebook Newsroom, The Walt Disney Company, and the White…

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Came up with a great startup idea?

From our experience, a startup is one of the most interesting and challenging types of projects to work with. When presenting a novel product to the market, you never know whether it will be appreciated by your potential customers and if they will be ready to pay for its usage.

The most certain way to find it out is to present an MVP or a minimal viable product. It will give your buyers the ability to try your product and decide if it is worth buying. For you, it’s an opportunity to establish contact with your audience and get their…

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On March 8th, we are celebrating International Women’s Day. It is a focal point of the women’s rights movement and was proposed in 1910 by a German activist, politician, and ambassador Clara Zetkin. Women’s Day was first honored in 1911. In 1967, the holiday was adopted by the feminist movement, and in 1977, by the United Nations.

The commemoration of this holiday has various meanings in different countries around the world, but we will join the celebration of the 8th of March as a day of struggle for equal rights and opportunities for women in all social areas. …

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Accurate estimation is one of the most crucial components of a successful project. If there is a small gap between desired timeframes for the project and real outputs, then project managers are able to control the project and lead it towards an effective conclusion. They will always have extra days, a budget or a feature set to squeeze or add more when necessary. On the other hand, if the gap is large, the project’s targets must be reconsidered. Otherwise, disaster will come.

TRIARE team shares a few elegant estimation techniques to clarify our workflow and leave you assured that you…

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This article was originally published on our TRIARE Insights blog.

Earlier, we laid the ground for proper estimation and explained the dependency of each project stage. In this article, we show how we walk our clients through a smooth process of UX/UI.

Design Discovery

Every project starts with a challenge. A client usually comes either with a ready solution that needs a redesign or simply an idea. Depending on the request, we ask different questions.

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We continue our series on the business processes at TRIARE. After having covered estimation and design, we introduce the technical part. Notably, this comes in two stages: creating an architecture and developing a product. Release and post-release support follow but we won’t focus on those much.

Android Application Architecture

Until now, project managers have understood the challenge posed by a client. There are clear tasks for the app and relevant samples from the management. There is a ready design that helps to make the estimates more accurate.

Generally, there is always a Raw Estimation. …

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In the workflow part 3, we have reviewed the development process for Android. We paid close attention to estimates for mobile applications, clear architecture, and submission and post-release activities. In this part, TRIARE offers a focus on iOS mobile development and shares insights from our lead-developers.

If you missed previous articles, have a look at estimation techniques and how we tailor UX/UI for Wordpress.

Why clients refer to TRIARE for iOS development

We are value-oriented

As we start, let us get it straight: before developing each product, TRIARE asks how this or that feature adds business value for a client. …

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This article was originally published on our TRIARE Insights blog.

  1. We completed satisfying estimates;
  2. Provided appealing UX/UI design;
  3. Based on that, we moved to develop Android and iOS mobile applications.

Importantly, often a Project Manager (PM) makes all the necessary estimation and becomes a bridge between each stage of the project until the successful delivery. How does our process differ from others in terms of project management? Perhaps, not much. Except for us taking it seriously and paying attention to each detail. Let’s walk you through 5 steps.

I. Discovery: analyzing the potential

PM starts with the evaluation of the project: what’s the business case…


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