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Product management

Our product management services make use of all-important elements in maintaining all the detailed parts of your product. During project execution, Omnis will make available support, information, exact requirements, and decisions to help your product growth. Through product management analysis, we focus more on developing solid elements, scope analysis, selecting the best solutions for business problems within a planned budget.


We create products that meet the relevant people, any product which created and launch is tested over and over until it suits the market, we're connected to the business goals, we are not starting any product planning before reading the business plan and providing conclusions.

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How we manage the product plan

Based on the strategy we built for your product, we create a high-level plan which its goal is to breakdown the product into stages: Characterization - pages, components, user behaviors Design - user experience, graphical interface Technology - app or web development, preparing MVPs for each milestone in the product QA & launch plan - prepare your product to launch to the target audience.

MVPs management

We know that you want your startup to be launched as soon as possible, we are here to analyze what kind of features should be developed and when. It's crucial to associate relevant features and pages on time, features that are not going to answer your audience needs are not relevant to be launched for day one. What do we do? based on the idea, we are preparing a list of features and associate these to versions/MVPs. Each MVP will be released between two weeks to one month, based on the audience feedback.

Lesson learned

After launching an MVP, we are asking the users how they feel with it, what is missing to them, interviewing the startup management about their feedbacks and do our best per MVP to improve the next cycle.

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