Zero to Beta Testing in Two Weeks
Hi there! We build SaaS (Software as a Service) products for the web.
Launching a new software product can be an expensive and risky business. The last thing you want is to invest time and money into your precious product, just to have to go back to the drawing board.
Trust us, that’s not the best way. Launching software doesn’t have to be risky.
We take the risk out of launching brand new web-based SaaS (Software as a Service) apps. Our goal is to help you get your first paying customers fast. Because we believe that the best way to validate that you’re building the right product is to ask people to pay for it.
Starting with our own Launchpad project scaffold, we can build and launch your web app in a matter of days, not months.
Launching early makes a huge difference—you'll be able to test faster, make changes quicker, and get your first customers to validate your business model. From there the only way to go is up!
Your project is built through a series of Sprints—periods of intense work, punctuated by review and learning. Each sprint results in a deliverable. Learning is applied to the next sprint.
Your project will likely consist of many sprints. How many depends on the number and complexity of features.
Sprints are almost always two weeks in length. We may break up more complex features into multiple week-long sprints. Two or more very simple features might be combined into a single sprint.
Flight Planning is an intensive week-long process that culminates with the delivery of a Flight Plan Document: your plan to help you launch your project quickly and with minimal waste.
Launch weeks earlier and save thousands of dollars in development with our Launchpad instant project scaffold.
Launchpad is a complete, working Ruby on Rails app that is just waiting to have your features built into it. The scaffold enables us to skip building all the basic features that every app must have and get right to building your app's distinctive features.
“Booster Stage has been a great investment for BeOnAlert, helping us get a working product ready for initial release and testing with Beta customers in just a few short weeks.”
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