How We Work

Choose the right methods regarding your needs with a deep knowledge of the available choices and their strengths and weaknesses.

Software Development Approaches
Scrum
Scrum is one of the most popular Agile frameworks. It is an iterative software development model used to manage complex software and product development. In this method, one to two weeks long iterations are called sprints. They are the heart of scrum and make it an agile framework.
Easy to accommodate changes
Increased cost savings
More transparency and project visibility
Kanban
Kanban is a visual framework used to implement the Agile approach that shows what to produce when to produce it, and how much to produce. It encourages small, incremental changes to your current system and does not require a certain setup or procedure.
Increases flexibility
Minimizes cycle time
Improves delivery flow
Waterfall
Waterfall methodology follows a sequential, linear process and is the most popular version of the systems development life cycle (SDLC) for software engineering and IT projects.
Discipline is enforced
Requires a well-documented approach
Easy to use and manage
Contract Type
Time and Materials
This type of contract involves payment for the time and the effort spent on for the sake of development. These contracts are the most common types in outsourcing and they are considered convenient, relatively flexible, and capable of adaptation to all sorts of changes.
Modifiable workflow
Rapid and unchallenging start
Suitable for unknown market products
Feasibility call
1
Project review
2
Agreement
3
Sprint planning
4
Deployment
5
Support
6
Fixed Price
In these contracts, the software development team is supposed to deliver the project within a predefined set of conditions, agreed by both parties. They are most suitable when the client has clear project requirements and the project is or can be neatly timelined.
Noticeable control over financial risks
Avoid being overcharged
Highly-recommended for MVP development
Feasibility call
1
Project analysis
2
Proposal
3
Milestone reporting
4
Deployment
5
Support
6
Dedicated Team
Dedicated teams are generally suggested for long-term projects where requirements are unclear and they are likely to change over the development process. They are also used in cases where the client's team is either not equipped with the righteous set of tools or lacks the experience in the referenced fields.
Straightforward communication
Flexible in the order of delivery of the tasks
Full control over the development process
Project Manager
Scrum Master
Quality Assurance
Senior Developer
UI/UX Designer
Senior Developer
Junior Developer
Senior Developer
Which one is suitable
Title
Hourly
Fixed
Dedicated
Size of projectMedium and largeSmall and mediumLarge
Project durationAverage and longShort and averageLong
Client’s control over processesMiddleLowHigh
Final productUnclearClearUnclear
RequirementsEvolvingDefinedEvolving
Technology stackSituationalPre-plannedNot fixed
FlexibilityHighLowHigh
Scope of workNot setPredefinedEstimated
MethodologyAgileWaterfallAgile
PricingFixed price per hourFixed project priceFixed price per month
BudgetFlexibleFixedFlexible
Time framesIncremental or intermittentPredefinedEstimated
Dedicated resourcesNot assignedAssignedScalable
Team scalabilityHighLowMiddle
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We collect all the necessary requirements from you.
The team of analysts prepare estimation for yours.
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