Rapid development and launch of a new ‘minimum viable product’ (MVP) within a QSR business

Our client had identified a significant growth opportunity but recognised that their innovations were often slow to market – they wanted to try a new approach that would enable them to learn faster and create value earlier.

We were therefore commissioned to support them in delivering a new ‘minimum viable product’ through an agile project approach.

Our impact

Through agile training sessions we onboarded a new project team so that they had the confidence to take these new skills into the project and beyond. A new MVP was developed and live in store in 12 weeks vs. the typical 9 – 12 months, and positive customer feedback showed clear improvement

High levels of team engagement meant a team of newly skilled individuals could progress with further phases of product development using the agile methodology, and support the wider adoption of agile across the business.

12 weeks

A new MVP was developed and live in store in 12 weeks vs. the typical 9 – 12 months

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