High performing remote dedicated teams

AgileEngine is a privately held company established in 2010 that builds dedicated teams of designers and developers. We turn good ideas into awesome software that people actually want to use. Some of the biggest names and the hottest startups around the world chose us to build their tech.

 

Boasting the best engineers from US, Ukraine and Argentina we work with VC-funded Silicon Valley startups and top tech brands around the world.

 

We’ve also built two products that revolutionize the life of thousands of developers across the globe and are licensed by Mercedes and Samsung.

 
$50,000+
 
Undisclosed
 
250 - 999
 Founded
2010
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McLean, VA
headquarters
  • 1751 Pinnacle Drive
    McLean, VA 22102
    United States
other locations
  • Olesia Honchara St, 35
    Kiev 02000
    Ukraine
  • Washington, DC 20001
    United States
  • Buenos Aires 1878
    Argentina

Portfolio

Key clients: 

Leading software product companies and VC-backed technology startups from Sillicon Valley and around the world

The leading online marketplace for social events and activities

An online marketplace that allows people to buy and share deals on the best things to do in their cities and beyond.

The scope of our work:

Using a combination of Java and Scala, we have developed an A/B testing system that reaches 87 million people via the Web, mobile, and email.

An online corporate idea management software

An innovation and idea management software enables organizations to capture, curate and implement the best ideas from their employees.

Using a cloud-based platform and a mobile app, it helps companies generate and capture new ideas.

The scope of our work:

• New scalable and secure AWS-based architecture

• Docker environment for the project

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;Integration with third-party analytics tools

• Development of a new React Native mobile application and its integration with the existing API

Cybersecurity as a Service platform

Cybersecurity as a Service (CyaaS) platform that is designed to provide businesses with best-of-breed technology and high-caliber cybersecurity analytic support.

The scope of our work:

• We have helped to develop back-end and UI of the service that provides active defense against threats including advanced persistent threats, crimeware, ransomware and insider threats.

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;Integration of Automated testing.

An award-winning comedy website

An award-winning comedy website that features exclusive videos along with user-generated content. The website’s founding team includes Will Ferrell, and its monthly audience totals 40 million people.

The scope of our work:

• The whole suite of Android native apps (Core, NewsFlash, Weather, Pitch, Video editing app) developed from scratch.

• Architecture, design, and

implementation.

The marketplace for private jet flights

Victor is the “Uber of private jets”. This iOS app helps you find the best prices for 7000+ private charters.

We developed an elegant sleek mobile experience for users to enjoy.

The scope of our work:

• AgileEngine developed a native iOS app.

• Payment system integrations (Skrill, Stripe, Worldpay, etc).

• Development of complex analytics

using Salesforce, GA, Mixpanel.

• AgileEngine together with client’s team built the microservices and backend processing in Node for web and mobile clients.

Worldwide food delivery startup

One of the biggest worldwide food delivery startups headquartered in Europe.

The scope of our work:

• Development of a scheduling tool for the food delivery service

• Architecture, design and implementation

• RESTful API backend

• SPA for mobile devices

Case management software for the legal community

A technology and service platform facilitating e-commerce brands to use their advocates for live chat and customer engagement.

The scope of our work:

  • Improving existing UI
  • Backend administration tool
  • We are taking part in the full cycle of product development, except for the data-analytics part
  • Mobile App Development

 

The leader in the precision agriculture niche

One of the global leaders in the precision agriculture niche.

Using scientific tools to identify and map field variability, product optimizes crop inputs to improve yields and promote eco-friendly farming practices. 
 

The scope of our work:

  • Data visualization, dashboards, and reporting
  • Real-time vehicle tracking
  • Localization to
multiple languages
  • Offline mode for mobile with the support of the app’s major features
  • Intelligent data filtering
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    Analytics Suite for Boutique Advisory Firm

    “They’re eager to learn and can cross different industry verticals quickly.”

    Quality: 
    5.0
    Schedule: 
    5.0
    Cost: 
    5.0
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    Confidential
     
    Apr. - Oct. 2017
    Project summary: 

    AgileEngine used complex algorithms and equations to properly employ Python and Javascript for an accessible reporting and analytics suite. They also facilitated the development of a cybersecurity web page.

    The Reviewer
     
    1-10 Employees
     
    Washington, DC
    Founding Partner, OpenRise Advisory
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    AgileEngine yielded 3 times the ROI than local competitors due to their experience, coachability and scalability. Expectations management and availability for web-based conferencing bolstered their already adept team, and their low attrition rate was also notable.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    OpenRise Advisory provides growth consultation to early-stage startups through different approaches, including strategic enablement for the CXO [chief experience officer] suite, and sales and marketing optimization focused on either organic or inorganic growth. The organic growth is done through business-process transformation, while the inorganic is done through mergers and acquisitions.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with AgileEngine?

    I was a part of an early-stage software-as-a-service startup funded by a private equity company. AgileEngine was one of the preferred providers we used for experiencing hyper-growth. As I started advising other companies (especially in the technology sector), they’ve been a preferred provider of top-quality work.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    One of the projects AgileEngine was contracted for was for the support of a CFO and CRO [chief risk officer] with a reporting and analytics suite. The team took some of the highest-level math, including gradient-descent algorithms and multilinear equations, and figured out a way to codify the system’s output into a readable and accessible report package.

    The complexities associated with this were managing the development shop with our current technology development work, then integrating communication paths and jargon associated with it through an iterative process of sprint development.

    The project involved Python and JavaScript. I’m unsure if they used any JSON Graph or other technologies.

    I’ve leveraged AgileEngine for design work on another project, where they helped facilitate a web page for a cybersecurity company I was working with. I’ve leveraged that same team for a cybersecurity application development project. Users would get a test-drive of the functionalities through the web page.

    What is the team dynamic?

    I prefer communicating with the lead developer who acts as project manager and helps facilitate the translation of technical progress into sprint milestone deliveries. I’ve typically had a senior developer, and they sometimes manage several seniors and many junior people. We communicate every day during active projects using video teleconference, email, and phone. I currently communicate with them around once a month. I have visited their office in Tysons Corner, Virginia 4 times.

    How did you come to work with AgileEngine?

    The first thing that drew me to them was that they were a younger company eager to deliver and do what it took to succeed. I found it great to have a founder/owner/operator position because it gave me white-glove service delivery, and, if I had any issues, I would be given quick access to the decisionmaker, who focused on having their business represented well. Constructive criticism is always welcomed from their founder, Alex.

    In terms of choosing them from other options, the price point couldn’t be beaten. They leverage offshore offices in Ukraine, and I’ve read many news briefings on the country’s capabilities in the space. They have a great work ethic, and their developers are within the top 3% in the world.

    AgileEngine also has a lower attrition rate and an ability to execute. I’ve not had a failure in a project yet, and I feel that their client base has not had any attrition either. This tells me that their clients are happy with what they’re getting, and if they aren’t, they can express their concerns.

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We started working with AgileEngine around 2010–2011.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

    The optimization of cost versus ROI comes from the fact that we’re using experienced developers coming from overseas. We get U.S.-quality work at an offshore price, and the ROI is typically 3 times of what we would typically get from a local development shop.

    AgileEngine has worked with very large brands, but they can also focus at a small-to-medium-enterprise level.

    How did AgileEngine perform from a project management standpoint?

    They do a great job of managing expectations and availability for web-based conferencing. They’ve tried to set things up in the morning, which is usually when clients want to meet, in order to set up the goals of the day.

    What did you find most impressive about them?

    The coachability of the team is impressive. They’re eager to learn and can cross different industry verticals quickly, as well as demonstrate expertise as they learn the jargon or business problem at hand. Secondarily, their creative attributes allow them to provide subject-matter expertise on more elegant design paths at 1/3 of the normal price point.

    They’ve retained talent in order to evolve from within and also to develop the culture they’re looking to position for. I’ve talked to some angel investors in San Francisco who have heard about AgileEngine. They asked us why we don’t hire internal developers, and I told them that the ROI makes it worth it.

    Are there any areas they could improve?

    I would want to have more U.S.-based marketing resources from their side to spar with an account manager. I’ve loved the price point and quality of delivery, but having someone closer to my background, whom I could relate to better, would facilitate additional sales for AgileEngine.

    Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?

    Communication is the number one factor. If something is not working for the client, or if they feel they’re not getting the level of service they anticipated or requested, they’re one phone call away from the CEO. Clients should feel free to voice their opinions and help address the challenge.

    Sometimes when people contract with developers, it’s a matter of just assuming they’re doing what is expected of them. However, it’s good to remain engaged in order to not mismanage the communication of those expectations. AgileEngine did a great job of outlining the range from a cost, hourly, and timing perspective. If that didn’t work for us, we could pay more in order to scale up the number of resources. The scalability in what they provide is great, and they can bring multiple options if they are asked.

    5.0
    Overall Score
    • 5.0 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
      They outlined the budget and timing, and delivered accordingly.
    • 5.0 Cost
      Value / within estimates
    • 5.0 Quality
      Service & deliverables
      I am getting 1/3 of the price point of an American delivery for top-3% developers.
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer
      I am talking to 6 early-stage startups, 4 of which are looking to solicit AgileEngine’s services.

    Web Dev for IT Services Management Firm

    “AgileEngine has been our most consistent, productive, and results-driven relationship.”

    Quality: 
    5.0
    Schedule: 
    4.5
    Cost: 
    5.0
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    $200,000 to $999,999
     
    Oct. 2015 - Ongoing
    Project summary: 

    AgileEngine LLC prototyped and developed analytics automation software using Java and Apache Tomcat, with a heavy focus on UX.

    The Reviewer
     
    51 - 200 Employees
     
    Fairfax, Virginia
    Bill Jones
    CEO, XA Systems LLC
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    Sacrificing quality isn’t an option for AgileEngine, and they offer a variety of software expertise. Communication remained effortless despite varying native languages, and they provided outsourcing recommendations that could be trusted. The only aspect they’re missing is an absorbed UI department.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    I am the CEO of XA Systems, a small technology integration firm providing professional services to both the commercial market and Federal Government. We provide speciality IT services such as consulting, process engineering, and technology alignment to businesses. We also provide support personnel who manage the IT operational environments for customers on a daily basis.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with AgileEngine LLC?

    We’ve been in operation for just about 17 years. During this time, we’ve developed a couple other smaller tools and some in-house products that we needed to satisfy XA Systems business requirements. We previously worked with independent contract developers and small firms that could help us meet some of those requirements, because we didn’t have the skill internally at our company.

    Over time, we learned a lot about both our customer problems and challenges. We came up with design specifications for an automation software product that would collect analytics from our customers in a wide range of different areas. At that time, we consistently saw a requirement was missing in the marketplace. We were lacking strong developmental expertise, and also some technology performance products that were current in the market. We hired AgileEngine to help build that tool successfully.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    AgileEngine went through a full review of our goals and objectives, including design specifications we’d built. They had a very clear understanding of what we wanted to produce, what the final software would look like, and how it would operate. We had several meetings to ensure that we all understood the end goal, and after that, they started coding and built prototypes of the software demonstrating functionality, UI, and navigation. The coding was in Java, and some of the architectural elements were based on Apache Tomcat. We then continued to push them into more complex phases of development in order to deliver the solution.

    What is the team dynamic?

    In the beginning, we were meeting remotely 2-3 times per week, but it has since narrowed down to maybe once per week. We mostly use Skype and a Google platform. We’ve had regular communication throughout the process, and we’ve established a relationship with the team supporting our efforts. We feel as if we know them personally even though we’ve never shaken hands, which is amazing.

    How did you come to work with AgileEngine LLC?

    I’ve been in touch with my personal contacts to find a reasonably priced, expert company to outsource this work to. One of my contacts from a large national company had hired AgileEngine to do some development work, and they were pleased with the overall experience. They made the recommendation to contact AgileEngine.

    How much have you invested in them?

    We have spent around $300,000-$400,000 over the past couple of years.

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We started working with AgileEngine around October-November 2015, and the relationship is ongoing.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

    We had expectations that were well documented early on in our technical design, and we’ve met those targets in the expected timeframes. We’ve had the opportunity to go back and tweak things because we have a product we can display to our final customer. Sometimes these changes were large, but they were still completed in a short amount of time. A lot of iterative development took place, and we were very satisfied with the results along the way.

    How did AgileEngine LLC perform from a project management standpoint?

    After having a mix of experiences in the past, AgileEngine has been our most consistent, productive, and results-driven relationship. We’ve definitely hit a homerun with them working with both their onshore and offshore offices. We’ve found consistency in their skill levels, which is hard to match in the marketplace. They blend in and have a variety of expertise that’s within our budget, and they never sacrifice the quality or end result we’re seeking. They’ve been able to accomplish this with both the European resources they’ve assigned to us and the US resources that are local to our business establishment.

    We anticipated having a language barrier with AgileEngine, but we’ve had no challenges with speaking to them through any medium. They communicate as if they are native speakers.

    What did you find most impressive about them?

    AgileEngine joined our team as an outsourced company and integrated themselves to truly share the vision we had. There was never any conflict, and they worked with us in unison to get us the results we wanted. Their customer service was high throughout the process, and their team was satisfied when we were satisfied.

    Are there any areas they could improve?

    AgileEngine could benefit from having more UI experts up front. When it came to UI development, the cosmetic aspect of the frontend was not the strongest. They took instructions from us and gave us what we asked for, but we ended up going to an alternate firm to address the product’s UI. As far as coding and functionality go, AgileEngine can’t be beat. We’ve given them very complicated scenarios, and they’ve always delivered.

    The only advice I would give to someone considering work with AgileEngine is to treat it as a project. They will give you options for the number of resources to apply, and they make good recommendations. We didn’t always accept every recommendation, but learned throughout the process that we should’ve trusted their judgement.

    5.0
    Overall Score
    • 4.5 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
    • 5.0 Cost
      Value / within estimates
    • 5.0 Quality
      Service & deliverables
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer
      I don’t usually like to give referrals and references, but for AgileEngine I am happy to because of the work they do.

    A/B Testing System for Online Marketplace

    "AgileEngine was able to deliver a strong solution which met the specifications."

    Quality: 
    4.5
    Schedule: 
    4.0
    Cost: 
    4.5
    Willing to refer: 
    4.5
    The Project
     
    $200,000 to $999,999
     
    Jun. 2014 - Apr. 2015
    Project summary: 

    AgileEngine provided development services for an A/B testing engine for web and mobile consumer apps. They were involved with requirements gathering as well and delivered satisfactory results, overall.

    The Reviewer
     
    501-1000 Employees
     
    Washington, DC
    Doug Ramsay
    Former Director of Engineering, LivingSocial
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    AgileEngine built a quality product, overcoming communication challenges and several fluctuations in staff. Their CEO’s strong leadership and desire to exceed expectations helps them stand out among other vendors, although clearly defining project ownership is recommended for future endeavors.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    I was the director of consumer engineering for LivingSocial at the time of working with AgileEngine.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with AgileEngine?

    The company was looking for a way of improving its A/B testing in order to allow for tests to be executed across consumer web and native mobile applications. We had some goals around response time and the ability to handle certain loads and concurrency. We hadn’t worked with any other companies for A/B testing in particular, but we did have some other engagements with outside consulting agencies, which didn’t result in a happy outcome, in general.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    AgileEngine worked with our internal team of developers to determine requirements. They performed most of the development work for a new A/B testing engine.

    The interface was developed as a standard API endpoint and the backend was a Scala application. The technology was chosen in order to meet the requirements of response time and handle the concurrence of different loads. In retrospect, I think it was a solid choice but it did add some obstacles.

    While we did have Scala in our stack, we were mostly a Ruby on Rails shop, so there was less familiarity with the code base on our end. This is something which could have been averted through stricter requirements, but AgileEngine was able to deliver a strong solution which met the specifications while overcoming some communication difficulties and meeting the terms dictated to them.

    We also dictated some of the expectations around what the interface would look like. Throughout the process, we talked about those requirements and adjusted as necessary.

    How did you come to work with AgileEngine?

    Alex Kalinovsky, their CEO, reached out to our VP of engineering at the time, who was exploring the idea of potentially doing some work. I believe they had met previously and Alex followed up. At least a part of their team was based in the Washington DC area, so it made sense to use them. Most of the developers were based in Ukraine, but they were able to adjust their schedules.

    How much have you invested with AgileEngine?

    The cost of their work was in the mid-5-figure range.

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We started working with AgileEngine in the middle of 2014; I left the company in March 2015. We had an on-and-off engagement over the course of several months. The work was delayed in part by some communication issues and the shifting ownership of the project. Overall, we ended up satisfied with the results.

    The engagement ended around April or May 2015 and I doubt that the product is still in use. The company has either integrated or shut down anything that didn’t meet their requirements.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

    AgileEngine ended up delivering a solid solution. The process was somewhat marked by the changing of their contacts over the course of the engagement.

    I left around the time that the engine was being implemented, so I didn’t really see the outcome in terms of its impact on our business or a measurable return on investment.

    How did AgileEngine perform from a project management standpoint?

    The communication dropped a couple of times but I don’t think it was AgileEngine’s fault. They persevered through that and were able to deliver a solid solution.

    There were no real communication barriers and they did their best to minimize the time zone difference. They were able to adjust their schedule and worked relatively late at night on their time, so I had no issues on that front. The primary tools for communication on a day-to-day basis were JIRA and email. We also had stand-ups via Google Hangouts.

    What did you find most impressive about AgileEngine?

    One thing which separates them from the rest is Alex’s leadership, his willingness to go above and beyond, and his eagerness to deliver top-quality results to customers. He really stands out compared to other contractors I’ve worked with.

    Are there any areas AgileEngine could improve?

    They could have made it clearer that the shifting leadership on our side would be a problem and be more explicit on how that would impact the delivery of the project.

    What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with AgileEngine?

    Just as with any other contracting engagement, make sure that there’s a clearly designated owner of the project, a single point of contact, and regular check-ins to make sure everything’s on track. This is not particularly applicable to AgileEngine but to contracting engagements in general.

    4.0
    Overall Score I’ve gotten some valuable experience from working with AgileEngine, and they ultimately delivered a good solution. I value the relationship with Alex, in particular.
    • 4.0 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
    • 4.5 Cost
      Value / within estimates
    • 4.5 Quality
      Service & deliverables
    • 4.5 NPS
      Willing to refer
      It would depend on the project, but AgileEngine is certainly a company which would come to mind as a potential option.

    Product Development for Computer Software Firm

    “AgileEngine provided us service that allowed us to move forward.”

    Quality: 
    5.0
    Schedule: 
    5.0
    Cost: 
    5.0
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    $1,000,000 - $9,999,999
     
    Sept. 2013 - Ongoing
    Project summary: 

    AgileEngine helped further develop efficient workflow software using NHibernate, AngularJS, and RESTful APIs that were tested with NUnit and managed with JIRA.

    The Reviewer
     
    11-50 Employees
     
    Owings Mills, Maryland
    Igor Minin
    Director of Software Development, Needles, Inc.
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    Working with AgileEngine never felt like working with a remote company. They are genuinely invested in projects and never fail to meet expectations or raise questions when they see issues.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    I am the director of software development for Needles Inc. We are a legal software management company providing lawyers and the legal community with elaborate software that allows them to manage daily arrangements such as cases, clients, and court dates.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with AgileEngine LLC?

    The company was significantly understaffed when I arrived. The developers had little experience and the group suffered from lack of budget to hire new people, which led us to collaborate.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    I like to be in touch with what’s happening instead of treating them as a vendor. I’d give AgileEngine requirements, work with them as if they were a remote part of my team, engage in day-to-day activities, and then they’d deliver the product. We had a team of 15 people, including developers, several testers, team leads and a test lead.

    AgileEngine has developed the core force behind the software process. They created our calendar along with customization features for workflows and screen layouts. We also built a custom web API and introduced the security module into the software.

    We would give AgileEngine requirements, and they would voice any questions or clarifications, which led to a good feedback process.

    We used NHibernate and RESTful APIs. AngularJS was used for building the web interface of the software. NUnit was used for unit testing, and JIRA for tracking purposes.    ​​​​​​​


    How did you come to work with AgileEngine LLC?

    Alex Kalinovsky [CEO, Agile Engine] was the first person I reached out to because he was a coworker of mine. We chose AgileEngine, despite initial vendor concerns, because they were very oriented towards showcasing expertise in their team and Alex was good at selling himself. He fulfilled every promise he made during the initial presentation.

    Many companies we looked at had a black-box feel, and when we would hand them requirements, we wouldn’t find out until the end if our expectations were met.

    With AgileEngine, it was like working with remote members of our own team because of excellent integration. The process was seamless as far as project management goes. There was an honest interest from their side in making our company’s product work, rather than simply getting our business and making money.

    We also chose AgileEngine because they allowed us to choose our resources. Their recruiting team would present developers or testers to me, who I would then interview and decide if they were the right fit. They did a good job of supplying high-quality, talented developers who worked well within our management style and with our team. We found that almost everyone who passed AgileEngine’s prescreens were people we could hire.

    How much have you invested with AgileEngine LLC?

    We’ve spent around $2 million.

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We started the project in September 2013, and the work is ongoing.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

    AgileEngine built off of the software already in place, but they greatly improved performance during the process. Their customizations and restructuring of the code made it work fast and reduced the number of defects. They built automation into the process, so our software was faster and more stable.

    How did AgileEngine LLC perform from a project management standpoint?

    We communicated through Skype and TeamViewer, and I also traveled to their office to meet all the people we were working with. We interacted multiple times during the day, as if we had a local team.

    What did you find most impressive about AgileEngine LLC?

    The recruitment process, interactivity, collaboration, project management, and organization impressed me. I never felt left out of the process.

    This was our best experience working with contractors. Other groups mainly tried to sell us services to make money, but AgileEngine provided a balanced process and remained honest about meeting expectations. I felt like I was working with a partner who was genuinely interested in the project. From a long-term perspective, AgileEngine provided us service that allowed us to move forward, and have invested in us as much as we have in their services.

    Are there any areas AgileEngine LLC could improve?

    Of all the experiences I’ve had with other vendors, this was the most positive and least conflicting one. The process didn’t go very well when we were initially hiring developers for the team because of delays, but we were able to staff everyone we needed after we worked that out.

    What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with AgileEngine LLC?

    Be open. The company is interested in keeping your business. There is a lot of experience and knowledge in the management team, so, if there is a project or some problem to be solved, there will be people within AgileEngine who can suggest a better approach. I did a bit of listening and got different opinions, and I’m glad I did.

    5.0
    Overall Score I’ve never been aggravated or frustrated with the quality of work AgileEngine provided.
    • 5.0 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
      Almost everything was completed on time. AgileEngine had very good explanations for the delays which related to insufficient requirements from our side.
    • 5.0 Cost
      Value / within estimates
      We were able to hire talented people at a fraction of the cost. I was fully satisfied with the quality.
    • 5.0 Quality
      Service & deliverables
      Very talented people. I was hiring many of the developers myself, but there was assistance in managing the remote team, which can be complicated.
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer
      I was very satisfied, and will go with AgileEngine the next time.