Health & Medicine

Whether you are a startup or a Fortune 100 enterprise, new products or features have to go through the same gauntlet of validation to determine feasibility, viability, and ultimately profitability. Model Rocket team members have been not only been through this process with many startups, but also with large technology companies like Citrix, Cisco, and Dell.

Your best idea is yet to come...

Ideas are always a work in progress. Products are simply snapshots in time of an entrepreneurial vision. Taking something from concept to reality is difficult. Our team begins from the ground up designing a custom architecture for your product and applications that are extensible and future-ready. Our process is simple, we gather the requirements, mockup any necessary UI/UX and start coding. We build everything to be modular and turn-key from the APIs to the interfaces so that should changes need to made in a split second no momentum is ever lost. Our experience and wide array of ready built platform components allow us to hit the ground running and accelerate time to market.

Over the years we have identified the three critical stages of the R&D cycle. Click on the stages to learn more.

The Stages of Innovation

The first step when developing any product is to understanding not only what you are building, but also why.  Why is this product important to the customer or end user? What obstacles or struggles does it solve and what experiences will help the customer?

We believe you haven't had your best idea yet. This is why we first build a prototype that defines the design language and works through the fundamental Jobs to be Done. Once we have captured the essence of the product, we build a working prototype.

Validated learning from customers is critical to success of your product. Getting it into your customers hands, learning from the data and feedback you glean, and finally iterating on that feedback efficiently is only way to achieve full potential.  

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Bring us your dreams and we will take them into orbit together.