Unique problems need Blockchain Solutions. We provide strategic advice on the successful employment of Blockchain technology to optimize the potential outcomes
Why seek our consultation?
At AyanWorks, we share our experiences from the projects we have carried out. Our team understands the pros and cons of different platforms, having hands-on with different existing blockchain platforms. We understand the requirements are not in the backend. We offer strategic advice; as to whether blockchain is suitable for your business idea, whether it will add real technical value in solving a particular problem; and if so, which particular blockchain technology will be suitable.
Blockchain Consulting Stages
Blockchain Proof of Concept (POCs)
Watch your idea evolve into a practical project with POC
Elaborate Proof of concept services to showcase the technical viability of a product and its market potential
A Proof of Concept (POC) is used to demonstrate the feasibility and practical potential of any blockchain project in any field such as Finance Services, Insurance and Healthcare. A POC can either be a prototype without any supporting code or any MVP (Minimum Viable Product) with the bare feature set. A POC is a prototype that is used for an internal organization who can have a better understanding of a particular project. It should address how the proposed product or service will support business goals.
Areas of POC
To create a POC, we help you go through three development stages that will create a potential solution for a project’s feasibility
Any project will need viable theoretical cases so that the productivity and feasibility of the product will be cleared to the potential end-users, stakeholders, etc. Create a set of proposals that will explain the parameters of the project.
The Theoretical process has been completed and all the stakeholders involved in the project have shared their views. Now the theory will be put to test by creating a working prototype to be presented with the decision makers. It may contain information architecture, code, sketches, mockups, design and tested product.
This stage is to create a product with a minimum set of optimum features that will be actually used in the long run. A MVP is done to test the product’s hypothesis on the project and see what will be feasible in the product. This stage is where the end-users might try to use it.