Incremental funding methodology

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The Incremental Funding Methodology (IFM) is an ROI-informed approach to software development in which software is developed and delivered in carefully prioritized chunks of customer valued functionality.wikipedia
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Minimum viable product

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* Minimum viable product
Minimum marketable feature

Rate of return

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The Incremental Funding Methodology (IFM) is an ROI-informed approach to software development in which software is developed and delivered in carefully prioritized chunks of customer valued functionality.

Software development

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The Incremental Funding Methodology (IFM) is an ROI-informed approach to software development in which software is developed and delivered in carefully prioritized chunks of customer valued functionality.

Software engineering

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IFM integrates traditional software engineering activities with financially informed project management strategies.

Software project management

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IFM integrates traditional software engineering activities with financially informed project management strategies.

Net present value

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IFM heuristics provide clarity into important metrics such as project level NPV, ROI, initial start-up investment costs, and time needed for a project to reach self-funding status.

MMF

Minimum Marketable Feature, in software engineering, the smallest set of functionality that must be delivered in order for the customer to perceive value

Software development process

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Incremental funding methodology - an iterative approach

MoSCoW method

MoSCoW
In such cases, the team could then use the MoSCoW method to select which features (or stories, if that is the subset of epics in their organisation) are Must have, Should have, and so on; the minimum marketable features (or MMF) would be all those marked as Must have.