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A practical exhibition and explanation of how the solution works or is used.
A demonstration is sometimes used to show that desired functionality exists or is true by giving proof or evidence.
Business Processes + Use Case Definition
A rapid, workshop and field based approach to articulating the art of the possible in a way that is aligned to user scenario’s.
Often utilising the first 3 stages of the Design Thinking Process (Empathise, Define, Ideate). Often used as the basis for a Prototype or Proof of Concept.
A way of visualising business value over time by creating a logical timeline of multiple initiatives / use cases.
Usually aligned to business functions, the sequence is driven by a number of agreed metrics such as dependencies, cost, technical complexity or capacity for organisational change.
Proof of Concepts (PoC)
A demonstration whose purpose is to verify that a certain solution or elements of that solution have the potential for real-world application.
A PoC is therefore a form of prototype that is designed to determine feasibility but is not intended to be productionised. It is most commonly used to test and evidence a solution to a complex technical problem.
A first or preliminary version of a solution from which other forms are subsequently developed.
The prototype itself can be made production ready if desired and is often used to form an accelerator for solution realisation stages.
A controlled test of the solution to a limited user base with the intention to introduce it more widely in the future.
Used primarily to gain useful feedback and test benefits before more significant budgetary spend is incurred.
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