From discovery to deployment
Full Product teams for your digital product development
End-to-end strategy, design and development
So you have an idea for a next-generation product, but aren’t quite sure how to bring it to market. Whether you’re missing the know-how or the resources, you can count on our engaged teams of full stack developers, UX/UI designers, product owners, and more. We’ll be your software product development company to create or refresh your web or mobile app into something awesome.
No matter what stage you're on, we can meet you there and our team will work exclusively on your idea. We focus on performance and user experience, based on our team’s years of hands-on experience and finely honed skills in end to end product development.
This will be an introductory call to get to know each other. Our digital product development teams are used to working with clients in the US and are fluent in English to facilitate smooth communication from the very beginning.
Alignment & Proposal
Following the meeting, we’ll put together a custom proposal for you and both sides will agree on commercial terms. We work with a T&M model, with a budget cap as well as a flexible scope.
The team aligns expectations and the project gets underway! We rely on modern, practical tools to establish a clear line of communication, such as Slack and Zoom.
This is a key step to bring clarity to everyone engaged in the project. The Product Strategy phase is fundamental to comprehend challenges, explore options, estimate a roadmap, and reduce uncertainties for your software product development.
Design & development will make progress facilitated through Agile practices such as weekly planning, demos, and daily checkpoints. We can travel to your headquarters or receive your in-house team in our offices for facetime.
After the MVP’s release, we can continue working on your product growth, with iterations to add and increment features. If you decide to move forward with other partners or in-house employees, we will handover the project information to the new team via an organized knowledge transfer process.