Step 1: Know Exactly What the Client Wants
Our expertise lies in knowing exactly what our client wants. We first locate the very complex pain points of our client with regard to their manual operations. We then ask for all the specific functions that the client wants to automate in the web dashboard. From there, we make a quick draft and a sketch of what their custom dashboard will do and look like in the future. We also take note of the requests of the clients for their dashboard web app.
Step 2: Create A Flowchart of All the Client’s Operations
Our next step is to bring all the data to our team and create a flowchart. This helps us and the client have an idea of what the future web dashboard will do and how the custom dashboard can optimize the client’s operations. The flowchart will be pinpointing how it can help in aspects such as operations, productivity, and customer experience. In this phase, the client may also give feedback, and changes can be made if necessary.
Step 3: Create a Sample Design of the Dashboard
If the flowchart has been approved by the client, then the actual creation of the dashboard platform can start. We don’t move to this step unless the client is already happy with the proposal made in Step 2. This is done so that we can save time and cost in dashboard development.
Step 4: Test the Software By Using a Prototype and Test Data
Upon developing the beta version of the dashboard, we test it out first by using a prototype and test data. This helps us visualize if we were able to achieve what the client wants for his dashboard design. Here, we make some changes if we notice any bug in the business dashboard software.
Step 5: Test the Software with Real-Time Data
After the prototype testing, we launch the dashboard platform on the client’s server and test it with real-time data. This allows the client to experience firsthand how the dashboard works. This also allows us to see which parts need some refining and finishing touches.
Step 6: Launch the Software on the Web
The last stage is to launch it real time! After the launch, we also offer a 30-day full support to give the client some time to get used to the system with our help.
These 6 cost-efficient steps allow us to create a dynamic dashboard very quickly that appeals to all our clients. Minimum Viable Product are necessary nowadays because customer’s needs change rapidly. Thus, businesses cannot afford to jump in a 2-year execution plan for their dashboard to realize at the end that their customers’ needs changed along the way. Dashboard Development must remain flexible, efficient, and cost-effective.