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What tools or frameworks exist to identify which features of a product would add the most value to a customer?

closed as not constructive by Todd A. Jacobs, Andrew Clear, Bill the Lizard, Lunivore, Mark Phillips Oct 11 '12 at 14:28

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    I was tempted to rewrite this question to make it more targeted and less open-ended, but then realized that what's missing is the OP's specific context. Polling questions are off-topic here, but a specific question that you're facing within a given context would certainly be relevant. Please add more information about what you're trying to do, what you've tried, and what parts of it aren't working optimally for you. Then folks will be glad to offer constructive answers to your question. – Todd A. Jacobs Jul 15 '12 at 21:10
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  • Reopened to see if the community can help @Robert Voyt – Mark Phillips Jul 20 '12 at 18:35
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    I don't think this is a useful question as it stands - it needs the changes that @jmort253 recommended to be answered without just being a list of tools that don't speak to OP's context. Voting to close accordingly. – Lunivore Oct 7 '12 at 16:18
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Market research, analysis, and surveillance for high performing products and trends, various surveys and focus groups. This comes down to basic research, risk analysis, and product pro forma. Ask the customer what they want. That said, some of the highest performing products were from those trend setting companies that told us what we wanted and needed.

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