POCs are typically used to validate that a proposed solution will work as intended.
A Proof of Concept (POC) is a demonstration, usually in the form of a prototype, that is used to test the feasibility of a particular concept or approach. POCs are typically used to validate that a proposed solution will work as intended, and to identify any potential issues or challenges that may need to be addressed before the solution can be fully implemented.
POCs can be used to test a wide range of concepts, including new technologies, business models, or processes. They are often used to provide evidence that a proposed solution is viable and worth pursuing further, and to help build support for the solution within an organization.
POCs can take many different forms, depending on the nature of the concept being tested. They may be as simple as a paper prototype, or as complex as a fully functional prototype built using the same technologies and processes that would be used in the final implementation. The goal of a POC is to provide sufficient evidence to support the decision to move forward with the full implementation of the solution.
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