The world of startups is highly competitive. Every day, we see new businesses coming up with excitingly new ideas for original products. In today’s ever-changing markets, to outperform their competitors and to outshine their products, young entrepreneurs are in a constant state of executing new marketing tactics. But sadly, most startup ideas tend to lose sight of the customers gradually or let’s just say their product does not stay long in the market. Why is this so? This is mainly because of a lack of proper market validation.
The Neural Architecture Search (NAS), the future of deep learning, is one of the most powerful concepts in artificial intelligence. The NAS framework’s main objective is to take the flaws of human designs out of Neural Network Architecture.
There is an old saying about product development- Great products are always ‘Work in Progress’. Sounds like a product owner’s nightmare, right? Taking a leaf from the Lean startup and Agile methodologies, there’s a lot of information out there about what a minimum viable product (MVP) is, what it should be and how it helps startups validate market segments.
In enterprise grade applications and specifically in product data management, the main focus of PLM vendors was about how to manage CAD files and optimizing
In today’s market, it is very important that you always have an edge over your competitors. That you have a trick up your sleeve, a backup plan for everything.
The proverb that “Jack of all trade but Ace of None” is no longer valid today. To remain ahead of everyone else, to beat them at their own game today, you need to “Ace of