Discovery-Focused Product Management Software
GLIDR is a product discovery and validation platform designed to help your team build a shared understanding of customer needs, prioritize what to build based on customer feedback and market signals, and figure out the right way to go to market.
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Our Customers
PRODUCT DISCOVERY BEFORE DELIVERY
Great products begin with robust discovery
The hard truth is that most product and feature launches don’t live up to expectations. Most of the time this results from a failure in discovery rather than a failure in delivery. GLIDR puts product discovery and validation at the center of your roadmapping process so that you can ship products that matter. Most product management tools simply focus on the delivery side of the discovery/delivery loop.
GLIDR business model canvas UI
Customizable Canvas
Visually organize your strategy and track progress
Use the Lean Canvas, Business Model Canvas or a custom framework to organize your assumptions, track progress toward your goals and see how your canvas is evolving over time.
GLIDR build, measure, learn loop
Project Workspace
All your discovery in one place
Share ideas, generate assumptions, prioritize risks and opportunities, plan research, run tests, and track progress as Experiments move through the GLIDR version of Build, Measure, Learn.
GLIDR product assumptions UI
Prioritized Assumptions
Figure out what to test
Even the best ideas are just guesses until you test them. Eric Ries refers to these as leap-of-faith assumptions. Capture your critical feature ideas, requirements and user stories as assumptions and then prioritize the risky ones for testing.
GLIDR product experiments and research UI
Experiments and Research
Replace guesswork with real market signals
Plan, run and analyze experiments at any stage, from early qualitative exploration to growth-stage quantitative testing. This is the GLIDR version of the build-measure-learn feedback loop.
GLIDR experiment evidence UI
Evidence
Gather evidence to support validation or invalidation
Gather evidence from interviews and other experiment sources. Attach the evidence to particular assumptions in order to confirm or disconfirm them using customized thresholds.
"New product development is inherently risky. GLIDR helps our team reduce risk and make better product roadmap decisions by improving our discovery process."
Customer 2
David Lee
Director of UX & Product Design • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
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