ProductSweet is a new way to manage your digital product, design, research and development projects.
Rather than just raising 'tickets' or 'bugs', in ProductSweet we use Problems, Goals, Ideas and Tests. This makes visualising your product strategy much easier and allows for much richer and more meaningful roadmaps.
Prioritise everything by the chance of success, settle arguments and forecast your return on investment before spending your hard won budget. Then, choose what to test based on evidence, not gut feeling or stakeholder pressure.
Evidence, not opinions
ProductSweet prioritises at every level: the biggest problems, the most valuable goals, the best ideas. When you're ready to try out an idea, tests are ranked by an objective algorithm taking into account statistical power and potential return on investment.
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Collaborative by design
Capture ideas across teams, clients and customers and break down silos. Manage everything in one place to make sense of your priorities and create a consensus about your next best actions.
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Forget the endless spreadsheets or unmanageable backlogs. Visualise your product strategy as with a roadmap of prioritised problems, goals, ideas and tests.
Add your existing roadmap items and demonstrate the confidence gap: where do you need to de-risk your ideas and where are you good to go?
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Four key ingredients for better product strategy
What makes a good idea is different to what makes an important problem to solve. ProductSweet helps you prioritise by handling these elements differently.
Ideas, problems, goals and tests can be prioritised separately or together. Link entities to map out your R&D and view your strategy through different lenses.
Ideas are cheap, but sorting the good bets from the bad is priceless. Sorting ideas by confidence rather than importance allows you to take a smarter, risk based approach.
When you’re ready to try an idea, start with a test. ProductSweet works out your chance of measurable result BEFORE you fire up your A/B testing tool.
Good design is about solving problems, but which ones? Sort your niggles from your showstoppers based on reach and severity, then ideate some solutions with focus.
KPIs, OKRs, health metrics... where to start? ProductSweet ranks your goals based on the relative business benefit so you know where the value really lies.