I need help on how to present my startup product to an organization

could anyone please provide the tips to pitch my product to an organization

what format will be more effective and how to begin a presentation

example format, presentation, or PDF

my product is Edutech tools related, and I am trying to pitch it to educational institutions by which students could achieve better results

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In Search of Product Market Fit after YC’s Startup School

I thought that the community might find helpful in learning about what its like to find how users react after launching your MVP. I wanted to share my experience after YC SUS, where I build an MVP, really a proof of concept and I put it out there for the world to see.

I share my experience on my blog.

https://theasteve.github.io/mysite/2020/08/03/yc-sus-product-market-fit.html

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[Morphisec in PR Web] Morphisec Introduces Updated Product Line of Proactive Endpoint Threat Prevention Solutions

Morphisec, the leader in Moving Target Defense, today introduced its updated product line of cloud-delivered endpoint threat prevention solutions. To simplify and improve the efficacy of endpoint threat prevention against the rise of advanced ransomware, zero-days, and evasive malware, Morphisec is introducing Morphisec Guard as a replacement for legacy and next-gen antivirus (NGAV) tools that are increasingly ineffective against unknown attacks.

Read more here.

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I need a technical confounder who will spend 200+ hours building my entire product for 10% of my company and no salary. Why can’t I find anyone?

I don't want to learn to code, I want everything handed to me because that's how I think the world works. I also have no idea how difficult my idea would be to implement but will grossly underestimate the time and effort it would take to complete an MVP.

Can anyone help?

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Product Information Management Market 2020-2027 Competitive Landscape With COVID-19 Impact Analysis – Key Vendors – Agility Multichannel, Informatica, SAP AG, Pegasystems Inc., etc – Owned

Product Information Management Market 2020-2027 Competitive Landscape With COVID-19 Impact Analysis – Key Vendors – Agility Multichannel, Informatica, SAP AG, Pegasystems Inc., etc  Owned
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How much churn is normal for a bootstrapped SaaS product in the first 6-12 months?

Hey Everyone!

We launched a B2B SaaS product on Feb 1. We sell to individual users and teams at enterprise companies.

We spent about 6-8 weeks on customer research before we started building and quickly got our version 1 out into the market. It was rough but got the job done.

A week later we had paying customers. Selling it was fairly easy pre-COVID but no surprise it became more challenging in a post-COVID environment.

With that said, we've been growing at a decent rate for a bootstrapped startup in a stupidly crowded space month over month, but in the last 60 days or so, we're seeing a solid increase in churn and a pilot with *enormous* potential decided not to move forward with licenses (waiting on feedback).

The product is a month to month license, fwiw.

We've had a mix of feedback ranging from, "I freaking love your product", to people who sign up after a demo because they love the concept and use it on day one then never use it again, to people who are power users who won't pay $ 40 a month out of their own pocket after their company cuts backs on expense reimbursement. We sell to B2B salespeople who often pay for extra tools bc ROI is easy for them if it helps close one more deal.

I know we can improve the UI/UX, I know we can improve the onboarding, we're not sending enough content to users to help keep them engaged, and we have some ideas on how to make the product stickier.

We def have more product and experience improvements we can make to try to reduce churn but how can we figure out that the core concept is shit or the problem is too hard to solve or it's a legit problem to solve but it's not a priority to solve.

tl;dr — How can you tell if you're on the right track when you are churning users (not a huge surprise given how quickly we got the product out and how resource constrained we are but it's def telling us something)? How much churn is "normal" for a SaaS tool that is following a lean methodology and looking to find product market fit or get closer to product market fit?

Thanks!

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Product testing book recommendations

Hey everyone,

I was wondering whether this community might be able to recommend any particular books that are good for planning/designing product testing?

We have our prototype ready now, and have planned out specific hypotheses to test, but it would be great to see if theres a recommended testing structure we should follow

Thanks!

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