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  1. If you come home from work every day asking yourself why the enterprise applications you use are non-intuitive at best, and completely unusable at worst, you’re not alone.

    Many studies over the last decade have shed light on enterprise software usability issues. A 2017 report by Unit4 shows that the vast majority of enterprise software users (76%) feel “meh” about the applications they have to use at work. According to a 2016 study from Forrester and Sapho, 75% of employees surveyed had a “hard time accessing information in their enterprise systems and applications.” The list goes on...
    http://customerthink.com/4-questions-to-help-enterprise-software-companies-create-a-customer-centric-product-development-culture/
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  2. Today, developing a SaaS product and launching it in the market is easier than ever before. The good news is that there is a market for almost every quality product. With platforms like Siftery, Product Hunt, and Stack Share, product discovery for and access to early adopters has become a cake walk. However, every SaaS founder takes a leap of faith when building a new product. The success of this leap depends largely on how good the product’s roadmap is. The product roadmap doesn’t necessarily mean that the product must have a definitive feature list with a meticulously carved release plan. For me, it is more important that the product roadmap have a clear identification of the customer problems that the product will continue to solve with every new feature. And most importantly, it must answer how the “build-measure-learn” feedback loop will be incorporated into the product.
    http://customerthink.com/using-customer-feedback-to-build-the-right-product-roadmap-for-saas/
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  3. When Zappos.com founder Nick Swinmurn had the initial idea to launch an online shoe retailer in the '90s, he sought out the leanest way possible to test whether customers were willing to buy shoes online. Instead of spending time building an infrastructure and inventory systems, Swinmurn went to local shoe stores, took pictures of products and posted them online.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/313481/
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