After working with startups and enterprises for the better part of a decade, we’ve built a lean and focused product building team. Our venture team focuses on accelerating products to market by connecting validated concepts to our product team and investors. Specializing in application design and development, Seamgen has a proven track record of bringing successful products to market, building meaningful user experiences and exceeding investor expectations.
Our product team specializes in designing and developing meaningful user experiences. With an expert in-house team of designers, developers, project managers, our partners have full access to the talent and resources needed to bring their product to market.
With a proven track record of launching successful products, our experienced product team will not only gets products to market faster, but also build it to scale. We define product launch strategies, specifying a focused and phased approach. Combined with a prioritized and feature list.
Our experience and history has built a trusted network of investment partners. When beneficial, we connect our startups with investment partners to provide necessary funding to launch a viable product or bring your product to the next level with our product team.
Our expert team of User Experience Designers focus on more than just creating beautiful interfaces. We design every screen and interaction with your business goals in mind, so your end product is not only beautiful, but highly functional, meeting the needs of your users across multiple devices.
Our development philosophy is simple: keep the front-end development de-coupled from specific server technologies, communicate using web services (typically REST/JSON based), and provide cross-platform and cross-browser compatibility with responsively designed HTML5 applications.
Our back-end architecture approach is a critical component to building our systems. We are experts at REST interfaces and building systems up from small, independent components. Small, self-contained, single-purpose modules leads to systems that are robust, scalable, and extensible.
We’re always looking for new and innovative products and services to bring to market. Before we get started, we ask our potential partners to review and answer a few key questions.
Who is your ideal consumer and end user? In other words, who are you building this product/service for? This could be a few different folks, and we want to know how well you understand this group. This needs to be understood in order to properly test assumptions, create acceptance criteria, and build a great product. The end user is the most important person when designing a new product.
What makes your product different? This is pretty straight forward. There are a thousand digital products in the marketplace, and we want to know why should anybody pay attention to your product. What problem is it solving that isn’t being solved and how is it solving it differently?
What stage are you at in building your product? Is this just an idea? Do you have wireframes? Do you have a live beta? How far are you in the actual building phase? Do you have paying customers? Do you have a plan to build the rest of the product? We would seek to understand how far you have progressed from just an idea, and what effort is required to scale the product.
What are your biggest weaknesses and roadblocks? What is preventing your product from dominating the marketplace? Can you succinctly identify some core weaknesses that are preventing the product from rapidly scaling? This helps us identify if this is a product, market, or team issue before we engage in a partnership.
Spanning multiple companies and industries, this team has seen startups of all sizes move from idea to acquisition.
Marc has two engineering degrees from USC and an MBA from SDSU and has been doing software development since the early 90s ranging from scientific to consumer facing products.Close
Robert has over 15 years of experience developing software and managing teams of software developers across a variety of disciplines.Close
Passionate about startups and business, Daniel arranges the team necessary to make ideas turn into a reality.Close
Leading a team of UX designers, Brian has aided dozens of products, services, and companies go to market with a user-centric approach.Close