Driving your Project From Draft To Perfection
How to know a risks of software development
When you start looking for a reliable outsourcing company for complex solutions in Fintech, Ecommerce or IoT, it’s good to know the difference between an average company and a good one. In our experience, the following issues might occur:
No in-depth understanding of business logic and goals
Many outsourcing teams often focus on the technical side of the product rather than business logic. If that’s the case, you have to control the development of the product each step of the way to make sure your business goals are met.
Speed over quality
Working on multiple projects simultaneously is a common practice and a necessity. The more projects there are the higher the profits. The speed of development is preferred over the complexity of the project which results in last-minute changes, insufficient pilot testing, and bugs. You may find some of them yourself or worse, it’s pointed out to you by users.
Lack of personal approach
The developers involved in too many projects at a time keep breaking their promises due to work overload. Some projects, including yours, may suffer from a lack of attention to the details. As a result, the deadlines are not met and both business and product reputation are damaged.
Tendency to oversell
It’s possible that you’ve already encountered companies who have a tendency to oversell and present their services as more complex and more expensive than they actually are. A simple project may turn out to be a long and money-draining ordeal, and you may end up paying much more for half the product you signed up for.
Considering all of the above, one can be discouraged to outsource any software development. But in many cases, developing a new product on your own is not an option. Nevertheless, when you are aware of the risks the chance of picking a reliable outsourcing company is much higher.
How are we different? “One Team - One Project” rule.
One Team - One Project
We have one primary and unbroken “One Team - One Project” rule and we give full attention to every project we take.
We build a team exclusively for your project. This way we can guarantee the speed, precision, transparency, and a reliable timeline.
The first thing you need to do is send us the project details. A team is assigned to your project and it starts working on it right away. Also, the transparency principle is very important to us. It’s applied to every aspect and stage of our work. Our customers receive regular reports and updates on the progress and are welcome to join us for daily meetings to see the work behind the scenes. We keep you up-to-date on every stage of the project with no effort on your part.
We always keep the project timeline in mind. The accuracy of time estimation comes from years of experience in software development. “One Team - One Project” rule comes with flexibility and personal approach, and the development of your product is carefully conducted by our well-coordinated team.
The development of software products in such complex and constantly changing industries as FinTech, eCommerce, IoT or Blockchain is not cheap. We believe we have found an optimal way to estimate the price of our work and make it suitable for our customers. We also have a money-back guarantee in case we haven’t managed to satisfy your needs.
We treat every project like our own. We understand how high the stakes are. We work meticulously to make sure that the product matches your business goals. Our development team gives your project all the attention it needs each step of the way and tests all possible scenarios over and over again to make sure everything works perfectly.
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