MVP Indeed

The Houston tech company that's helping startups shape their ideas

When it comes to app development, you want experience. Getty

Startups, listen up. Techwave, newly headquartered in Houston, helps startup businesses analyze the demand for their product in the market by providing expert-level MVP application development services.

How, exactly, do they deliver on this? Here's a step by step breakdown:

1. Product design and prototyping
MVP application developers build clickable prototype designs to help startup businesses transform their vision and shape their ideas from a single feature prototype to a high-performance, interactive, and scalable product.

2. IT team augmentation hire
Techwave's industry experienced MVP app developers can augment your existing in-house development team, providing additional resources that enable your team to speed up the process to deliver your product on time.

3. Pilot MVP development
Establish a solution architecture design, implement features, perform integrations, and run QA tests to develop an innovative, high-quality, and reliable MVP mobile or web app that will upscale your business to the next level.

4. Advisory & consulting services
Techwave scales your concept ideas and assesses your budgetary/time constraints to establish a solution that best aligns with your overall vision, providing expert consulting services based on its extensive MVP app development experience.

To learn more about Techwave and see how it could help your startup get a leg up, visit the website.

Trending News

Building Houston

 
 

Clemmie Pierce Martin will oversee marketing and strategy for Houston Exponential. Photo via LinkedIn

Houston Exponential has made another new hire. Clemmie Pierce Martin has joined Houston Exponential as director of marketing and strategy. The nonprofit helps spur the growth of Houston’s innovation ecosystem.

She most recently was director of strategic partnerships and products at Houston-based startup Goodfair, which operates an online thrift store. Before that, she was head of client success at Austin-based startup Mesa Cloud, which offers a platform for tracking student progress.

Martin, who grew up in Houston and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and Houston’s The Kinkaid School, says her new employer “sees the potential in Houston and our startup ecosystem that I’ve always felt was underserved and underrepresented nationally. I couldn’t be more excited to join a team that is working tirelessly to make sure that for founders and startups anywhere in the world, Houston is not just a choice but rather the clear choice of venue.”

Martin is a great-niece of the late President George H.W. and the late first lady Barbara Bush.

Serafina Lalany, the new executive director of Houston Exponential (HX), says Martin’s experience with startups “is an invaluable asset to the organization.”

“Her insights and experiences … couldn’t be more fitting for HX’s mission to lower the barrier of entry for early stage startups in the city,” Lalany says in a news release.

Lalany became executive director of HX in September. She had been the organization’s vice president of operations and chief of staff. Lalany succeeds Harvin Moore, who resigned this summer as president and CEO of the four-year-old nonprofit.

Earlier this month, HX named Ivery Boston III as director of inclusive innovation. He previously worked for the Miami Downtown Development Authority.

Aside from the new hires, the organization recently restructured its board of directors. The board transitioned to a more informal “convening” board, and an executive committee now oversees HX’s operations.

Trending News