Ship often is an approach to product development that pushes products and services out the door as quickly as possible. If quality is lacking, the product is offered as a beta or test version. A feedback loop is established that allows customer feedback to drive improvements that are released as quickly as possible.
Shipping products early and updating them frequently in order to improve them rapidly.
Reduces the risk of large, expensive failures as product launches are fast and inexpensive.
May allow products to improve rapidly.May allow for quick pay back of research and development overhead.
Putting low quality products in front of customers has reputational, compliance and legal liability risks. Considered an unexceptionable approach in areas such as health, safety, transportation equipment and banking.
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