You have the next great business idea, but instead of throwing all your time and money into it, you need to prove it can work. To get your idea in front of potential customers and investors, you need a minimum viable product (MVP).
So, what resources are you going to put into your MVP? Since it’s an MVP, you need to keep the money and time you spend to a minimum, and WordPress is exactly the tool for that.
Hiring a technical team or a software development company is a big investment, which is why you should workshop your idea into an MVP before throwing considerable resources at it. The idea of WordPress as a “blogging platform” is a myth—1/3 of the internet is built on it. WordPress is the fastest and easiest way to build an MVP for the following types of businesses, among others:
- Online stores
- Reservations and booking systems
- E-learning platforms
- Events and webinars
These platforms are easiest to build on WordPress because it has “building blocks” that contain the ready-made features and plug-ins you need for an MVP.
WordPress has everything you need for user management built-in, including user registration, login/out, and roles/permissions.
WordPress was originally built as a content management system (CMS). Easily manage all the content your customers see, from on-page content, to blog posts and more.
Payments are at the center of your business, and WordPress gives you options on how to collect them. Any payment method is possible, such as integration with payment providers, building an online store, or charging users for access.
For features not pre-built in WordPress, our developers can easily fill the gaps with custom code, but with much less effort than on other platforms—keeping the resources going into building your MVP to a minimum.