Docflix was born in Switzerland and - like nearly every early-stage startup - needed a neat MVP to validate its idea, attract users, and secure funding.
A web platform offering the medical community video hosting and streaming services. It serves personalized content based on the user’s preferences and allows them to broadcast medical conferences and seminars.
We had a limited time to transform the client’s prototype into an MVP and launch it before a significant medical conference. It served as a foundation to test the application idea with the core user base. Since the platform and community around it would define the company, the MVP needed to be failproof.
We’ve used a previously built prototype as a starting point and turned it into a working MVP.
We used React.js for the user interface and Ruby on Rails for the application backend.
Personalized content based on user preferences, search engine, video tags, and video categories.
We chose JW player for the streaming and hosting services.
Comments and questions sections available during the conference live streams.
We provide info about the number of viewers for particular live events by domain, device, and geography.
We are a fairly technical organization, and we recognize and appreciate the standards to which Ragnarson holds themselves, along with their clear communication and flexibility to change course when necessary. We are going to use their services again once we secure funding for future development and marketing activities.