Make better decisions. Expand the product team. Ditch crazy custom spreadsheets. Crush your revenue goals.
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“For the longest time we were just kind of guessing when it came to product development. The process always seemed a bit foggy and mysterious. Using Upfocus has given us a clear picture and confidence. Not only that, but Upfocus has also helped us rethink how we market our products, as we have a better understanding of what our customers love about our products and what features we should be shining a light on after they're released.”
Growth is restricted when it requires tribal knowledge to follow your product process and navigate your product data.
Anyone can make a suggestion. Qualified team members can organize it. All of it stays in one place.
Distill feedback into themes that are easier for everyone to understand. It’s fast to do using our tagging workflow.
Avoid building up a backlog by regularly deciding the next step for the feedback. Plus, everyone will appreciate knowing where their feedback is at.
Follow a scalable method for making a one sheet version of the Amazon 6 page memo. Build a business case by attaching feedback in a few clicks. Produce them consistently so your team can evaluate apples to apples.
Use an approach that not only makes it easy to estimate value and level of effort, but it is also transparent and defensible. Look smart for explaining how a feature might impact revenue in terms like customer retention or the average revenue per user.
Review your dev ideas with the team. Discuss if they need more work, are ready to build, or if they should be parked. Then, keep track to let everyone else in the company know.
Here are three ways you can start to up level your product process