Our engagement models offer multiple ways to collaborate without compromising on any of your goals, mission and vision.
A good fit for small projects that have a limited scope and don’t require extensive communication
A good fit for projects that require a great deal of flexibility, significant control over project priorities and scope
A good fit when you require a team that essentially works as a remote extension of your in-house team
Some of the reasons to choose this model for your project
Well defined scope - The requirements for the project are well defined with a stable set of requirements, clearly defined goals and workflow that don't change over time
Achievable milestones - It is easy to define and achieve project milestones at agreed upon timelines.
Pilot project - You are looking to start an engagement with a small project before exploring more long term engagement models like ‘Time & Materials’ and ‘Dedicated Development Team’, explained below
Things to keep in mind when choosing this approach for your project
Change orders - Any additions to original scope may increase costs and delay time to market
Discovery phase - Detailed discovery process may be required for large projects, where project overview is available, but detailed requirements, wireframes and workflow need to be developed.
Agile development - Though we will have a clearly defined scope upfront, we’ll still follow agile development methodology. Therefore, any minor scope adjustments for incorporating client feedback will be considered in-scope work.