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Pega application benefits

Benefits of leveraging a Pega application

Building software applications that return an investment in the form of cost savings, automation, or new business can be a risky, time consuming, and expensive endeavor for an organization. Organizations want to minimize as much risk, cost, and time investment as possible.

To achieve those objectives, deliver an application with the minimum set of functionalities that is lovable to the business. The minimum lovable product (MLP) provides an application with the minimum amount of functionality that your users love, and not just live with. Over time, you iterate and improve that product or application as business needs change and evolve.

By starting with a Pega application, you are far closer to the MLP than if you start your application design on any other platform other than Pega.


Instead of starting with a lengthy requirement gathering process, you can demonstrate the functionality that the Pega application provides for you and compare that functionality to your business requirements. This process is called performing a gap analysis.

Once you identify these gaps, you can design for the minimum amount of functionality needed to deliver the MLP.

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