Product Strategy
& Execution

Your Ideation to creativity and launch
by the Corporality Team

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Product Idea to Sustainable Success

A product planning to launch, your strategy can make or breaks the product perception. Pitching your product perception to your Buyer’s Persona is critical to success of your Idea and close to a sale in persuasive way. More importantly scaling your client portfolio is all dependent upon perception would you agree?

Why Product Strategy?

 

Corporality Focus is to define the market segments that are most attractive to pursue for your specific Product. Our Process is to implement the Product in desired markets. We need to start with market research, the market problems of these segments can be identified and scored. Product portfolio inventories your current market position if it is not a brand new product, and coverage across problems you have addressed through your value proposition evaluation is key to define the product success. The launch of the product will be pursued by following the market intent and demand.

Product Strategy

Fundamentals of PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

 

We help Product based strategy and explore different scenarios to work on a go no go scenario.
Our process starts with the definition of hypothesis, product problem solving ability, and how customers can leverage our strategy to solve their market problems. Run the survey to find market fit and demand situation and at the last to prepare brand narrative and packaging of product to make it market-ready.

Product Launch and Go To Market

 

At this stage we work on products strategy to reach a potential market. Rollout and product management process and eventually it’s the start of selling. Establish the compelling message, brand story, launch plans. We will not just ensure all stakeholders are ready to engage in the successful launch of the product but also evaluate the distribution model to service the demand.