Foursquare is a mobile app that facilitates local search-and-discovery service for its user base.  Foursquare initially started as a social networking tool that allowed its users to simply check-in locations they visited. However, by 2017, Foursquare has been successful in converting user data into a viable and sustainable revenue stream. As of June 2017, Foursquare receives 3 billion visits per month. This translates to 105 million global venues and 25 million people globally who actively use the app.

This case study will enable you to look at how to commercialize new technology while setting the best practices. You will learn what is agile product development, what are epics, what are stories and how to structure them in a cohesive roadmap, aligning with the product vision.

This case study is to be solved in a self-paced format. We will be providing you with a sample solution and would recommend you to do a self-assessment after going through the explanation.





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Course Curriculum

Case Study Foursquare Details 01:00:00
Upload Foursquare Assignment Details 00:10:00
Upload your Foursquare Assignment 10, 00:00
Quiz 00:30:00
Solution Details 00:30:00
Self Evaluation 00:10:00
Case Study Feedback Details 00:01:00


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