Enterprise Web and Mobile Application Development

Boston Technology Corporation (BTC), based in Marlborough, MA, is a leading provider of enterprise mobility and web software solutions. Established in 2004, BTC has served a range of clients from Fortune 500 companies to innovative startups. BTC has served clients for over eight years designing and developing enterprise solutions for top hospitals, medical device manufacturers and labs across the US.

BTC has been on the INC 500/5000 list of America's fastest growing private companies for three years in a row (2010,2011,2012) - a continued testimonial of our clients' faith in us.

Mobile App Development Services | App Development on Apple's ResearchKit | Contact Us

 
$25,000+
 
$50 - $99 / hr
 
50 - 249
 Founded
2004
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Marlborough, MA
Headquarters
  • Boston Technology Corporation
    33 Boston Post Road West, STE 160
    Marlborough, MA 01752
    United States
    781.583.1144

Portfolio

Key clients: 

MIT

Farms2Tables

GreyHouse Publishing

My Gene Counsel

Thermofisher Scientific

AdvisorAdit

Glucose Advisors LLC

KIC Ventures

Summer Infant

 

My Gene Counsel

My Gene Counsel provides Living Lab Reports (LLRs) for patients and clinicians to understand the implications of patients’ genetic testing lab results in a better manner.

My Gene Counsel provides Living Lab Reports (LLRs) for patients and clinicians to understand the implications of patients’ genetic testing lab results in a better manner. MGC employees comprise of subject matter experts who examine lab results and curate content for these users to view and access in the form of LLRs.

BTC was selected by MGC to build a CMS to manage content generation and updates for the LLRs in a manner that allows for collaboration among MGC employees while keeping the process efficient and eliminating unnecessary manual touchpoints in day-to-day operations.

MIT VoiceUp

MIT VoiceUp is a cutting edge app designed to help researchers elucidate the links between vocal biomarkers and neuropsychological disorders.

This app seeks to use state-of-the-art neuroimaging techniques and vocal analysis to explore the brain mechanisms underlying voice changes in adults with depression.

MIT VoiceUp App was built to address a very prevalent condition, depression and needed to cater to a wide range of study participants. BTC leveraged Ionic ResearchKit, which is an open source library equivalent to Apple’s ResearchKit framework, to build a hybrid native application on Android and iOS.

MediDate - Mock Study App

MediDate was built as a mock research study iPhone app for the Medidata Symposium – October 2016 held at Phoenix, Arizona. The study, that was run by Medidata mHealth, aimed to identify trends in reaction time, motor skills and hand dexterity across the study population that consisted of Symposium attendees who volunteered to participate.

The app was a demonstration of the capabilities of Apple’s ResearchKit framework, Medidata’s AppConnect platform and showcased the potential of using mobile applications for research studies. Medidate was aimed at identifying trends in reaction time, motor skills, and hand dexterity of participants, across demographics, and as they vary with different times of the day and the associated level of activity.

 

Hey There

 

Hey There is a futuristic app with the wings of technology and the roots of social networking and friend circles to help one find the right match. Not just for themselves but it also allows people to play matchmaker for their friends by means of a ‘Winger’ role in the app. With several pathbreaking features such as media-rich story-based dater profiles to patent-pending co-chat technology, the app is intended to help people go beyond the ‘right-swipe, left-swipe’ of app-based dating and discover personalities that will help them arrive at the right match, with the advice of trusted friends.

Engine 1

The Engine1 mobile and web apps are designed to give handy guidance, tips and info surrounding activity. Engine1 helps Type 1 diabetics make activity-related decisions in real-time with ease. It guides them on good times to start exercise, quantity of food to be eaten during an activity session and the right intensity of exercise to maintain optimal blood glucose levels. It also allows one go into an activity in a prepared way carrying along the re-fueling food that may be needed!

Boston Children's Hospital

Healthier kids, happier lives! An app that helped teens provide information on their eating habits, in a way that comes naturally to them. Situational, fun and easy-to-use, this app was a runaway hit with adolescents even as the app intelligently captured the nuances of calorie-consumption and used the same to make them healthier.

Farms2Tables

The Farms2Tables app was conceived and developed to give farmers and buyers the opportunity to deal direct for locally sourced, high quality, sustainably farmed products. By employing 21st century technology, the Farms2Tables system provides a seamless process from sale to delivery to payment.

 

Employee Information Mobile App

An app that brings alive the tenets of enterprise mobility and is perhaps on every employer’s wish-list!The Employee Information app is a one-stop source of all company information for employees. It includes latest company news, upcoming events, organization structure/policy information, holiday calendars and more. It also provides a knowledge-sharing platform for employees to exchange ideas and a host of easy ways to reach out to different departments and functions.

 

Dash For Health

DFH (Dash For Health) is a mobile application developed for users to track and maintain their diet towards reaching their fitness goals.

Summer Infant - BabyMyBaby Massage

The BabyMyBaby Massage app was developed as an educational tool for parents engaging in baby massages.

Girl Talk

A Smartphone Application to Teach Sexual Health Education to Adolescent Girls.

Cloud 9 Mobility

A mobile solution for hotels and resorts to help them provide a better personalised experience for their guests.

Dental Health Genetic Risk Test

Integrated solution to initiate, manage, monitor and report on every step of a complex dental health test workflow process - for patients, doctors, insurance companies and the test provider

Cincinnati Children's Hospital - Nutrition Survey App

Capturing patient’s nutritional characteristics like never before! An iPad app that did away with a clunky manual complex system and injected new life into the health survey process.

Financial Data Dashboard

Financial statements simplified! Financial data dashboard or FCD is an enterprise grade iPhone and Android app based on QuickBooks financial accounting software that enables a technology firm to get a snapshot of their financials on their iPhone/iPad and Android devices.

Sigma

A mobile app that supports construction company personnel perform tasks such as site surveys, material estimates, component validation, quality checks – on the field!

MeWe

MeWe is a mobile inspection app that provides a handy replacement to a traditional paper-based checklist for inspections and designed to be used across a diverse range of industries.

Course Tutor

Course Tutor provides easy and reliable access to high quality tutoring using state of the art technology and database management.

Grey House Publishing

The objective of the project was to provide an easy and convenient way for searching the content of the Salem Press titles by students of schools that have purchased the titles.

Patient Feedback Survey App

A mobile web application that was truly cross-platform and &nbsp;with an new ease of use features that made the feedback process a breeze. <br>And drove up feedback response rates!

Assessment Pro

Assessment Pro is a web application that is developed for FISMA assessment of applications.

Prodigy Easy Install App

The Summer Prodigy Easy Install App guides the users of the Summer Prodigy Infant Car Seat through a quick and accurate 3 step install checklist: click, level and tighten.

cdsiPipe V2.0 – Repeat Clients, Our Pride!

cdsi, a 62 year old, well-established company, which distributes pipes, valves and fittings, wanted to upgrade their existing BTC-built iPhone/iPad appsto house information pertaining to valves.

IIRM Medical Guidelines

A handy first-aid protocol app that functions as a convenient aide to physicians and medical staff in helping runners, cyclists and endurance athletes with proper medical care during marathons and races.

cdsi Pipe

Pipes Have Never Been This Interesting Before!We took a database of pipes and built an iPhone/iPad app that talked&nbsp; about pipes of all shapes and sizes and materials – and added that wow factor that made the mobile app stand out.

Ready To Retire

It is a handy tool for financial advisors making recommendations to their clients. It helps people that are nearing retirement, to plan investments and distributions from their retirement account.

Mind Jar

MindJar teaches you how to settle your mind and let go of the frustration through a simple and fun exercise. This vibrant and funny app is a playful way to introduce user to the power of meditation.

Chamber of Commerce

Your one stop shop for business information This app is a centralized source of information about businesses and events. The highly interactive user design, the ease of access to information and makes it a must have app for chambers of commerce to promote businesses in their area

Legacy eCommerce Migration

Modernize, Scale, Grow! A state of the art, robust, customizable eCommerce platform that resulted in increased online sales and efficient site management. All on a new, flexible platform

Card Vault

Your Ultimate Digital Card Holder! Turn your smartphone into a secure digital card holder where you could neatly organize of all your important cards. Access them anywhere, anytime and never again worry about losing them!

The Last Green Valley

The app launched by The Last Green Valley is for visitors and residents exploring the 35-town National Heritage corridor in northeast CT and south central MA. Events, conferences, maps, directions - this app has it all

Wrapped

Well, it’s a surprise! Wrapped is a dynamic photo sharing application that instantly transforms simple snapshots into digital gifts. Wrapped is extremely easy to use. Just snap a picture, choose a wrap, and share! Users can send the wrapped images via email or text, and receivers can view the gift in any supported web browser or the app.

UV Protection

The Name Says it All - A mobile app that calculates the UV index no matter where you are and recommends what protection you need to take. Handy for a day at the beach or a stroll in the park

A Catalog App - for Mirrors

An app that is the new-age portable, electronic catalog. Designed exclusively to showcase the ornate and exquisite mirrors of the client, this app combines visual aesthetics and rich functionality to do much more than the conventional paper-based catalog.

Flight Planner

Boston Technology delivered a customizable iPad application targeted at pilots. Once the pilot entered custom aircraft information, the app delved into its database of individual airport runway information and enabled the pilot to arrive at a optimum landing speed based on the aircraft, runway and existing weather conditions.

Advisor Adit

Your entrance to a gold mine! A portal that brought financial advisors and providers together and gave them a seamless, pleasing interface allowing them to share information like never before. A win-win solution for both!

Optical Scan Devices Purchase Tracking

A win-win solutions for the business and its clients A flexible eCommerce solution that allowed scan purchase and the tracking of purchase history. Anytime, anywhere!

Student Experience Management Portal

A social networking and student management solution for a client that provides college students with unique overseas study programs. The web application enabled students to keep track of the courses to attend while abroad and provided information on suggested events to attend based on their interests and preferences.

Integrated eCommerce Framework

A common platform for integrating various sub applications of this ecommerce company. Developed personalization features based on the users' shopping behavior and a sub application to scan the images from the catalogs.

Real - Time Data Access Application

The customers of a medical devices company can store and access contact information both on handheld devices and the web. This information needed to be synced up real time across the web and device channel.

Online Billing for Insurance

Boston Technology helped a property insurance company in developing a web-based application that would allow their clients to access their billing information and provide a convenient way to manage and pay bills online.

Customer Portal

The client required a centralized and comprehensive customer portal built on the Sharepoint platform. The portal had to serve more than 10,000 individuals from the client's customer base that included residential, business clients and partners, in addition to some internal clients.

Sugar CRM Customization

A software consulting company wanted a highly customized version of the SugarCRM application to match their sales processes. BTC built two new modules based on the sales workflow and integrated it with the standard CRM modules to allow the team to capture their customer interactions efficiently.

Risk Management Application

A thin client application with the GUI in .Net and the server side in Java along with addins for Outlook, for a mutual fund and financial analysis group. This application is used by risk managers to track real time positions of different trades and their sub holdings.

Collaborative Platform

A collaborative platform for employees that would allow quick sharing of documents and information from various systems. This platform integrated with Sharepoint and was tailored to provide the client with a solution that had built-in content management approval work

Reconnaissance Application

Boston Technology was involved in developing a reconnaissance application to detect high risk customers and foreign accounts for a mutual fund and financial analysis group. Daily Feeds are received from Equifax and MIS and based on the customer profiles, daily and monthly reports are generated.

Health and Wellness Test Registration and Reporting

Easy access to personalized test reports! A patient driven custom web application, built primarily to provide easy and secure access to genetic test reports of patients.

Stock Research

A proprietary equity research application that analyzes stock performance to identify the leading (and lagging) stocks and industry groups in the market through the implementation of long-term relative price trend analysis.

eCommerce Website

We used an agile development approach to enhance the US based IT company's shopping site, using Tridion as the Content Management System. We used mootools as a JavaScript Framework and Microsoft .NET reporting services to deliver reports to the sales team.

Portfolio Management Application

An application for updating real time data from different internal data sources based on Sybase &amp; Oracle and feeding them to a common cache object database, for a US based asset management company.

Reviews

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Multiple Web Development Projects for VC Firm

“I’m most impressed by the way they’re able to scale to meet the challenges we have.”

Quality: 
4.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Confidential
 
2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

BTC provides website development, mobile optimization, hosting, and URL purchasing. To improve transparency in the development processes, they also implemented a new project tracking system.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
Boston, Massachusetts
Breanna Goodrow
Creative Director, KICVentures
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

BTC’s project management system improved the internal team’s productivity, communication, and morale. Assigned resources are also very responsive, addressing urgent concerns even after business hours. They are also flexible when it comes to changing project requirements.    

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.  

I work for KICVentures, and my position is creative director. We do all the video and websites for a family of companies in the healthcare and technology industries. We run about 10 websites.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

We wanted people to have more understanding about the process our developer was using. There wasn’t a lot of transparency around that. We were looking to do more web development, which meant being able to expand rapidly or make many changes at once within a short period of time. We wanted to better understand how we could improve the quality of those sites, both from the development side and also meta tags. Our goal was to meet industry standards in that development process.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

For the web, we transitioned out of having in-house developers to working with BTC. That has been great for us, as it has really increased our productivity and efficiency. We started with BTC by having them improve the websites we already had. We have also done complete website projects with them since then. One of the first things we implemented with them was a project tracking system. They connected us with the JIRA program. That was the first solution to one of our initial problems along transparency in the process. We primarily work with an account manager, a senior developer, and another developer. In the past, we have expanded the resources based on our needs.

We have a contract based on a number of hours per month. That’s been in effect for over a year, and we use our time with them consistently every month. We have so many websites that are always evolving, so we essentially never run out of work for them. Sometimes, it’s just basic edits to a website, but in other cases, they redesign an entire website for us. Some of our websites had no meta-descriptions, so we’ve gone through adding those. They evaluate for mobile optimization and implement those changes. They also set up forms on some websites that didn’t previously have them. They handle all our hosting. If I need to purchase a new website URL, I just do that through them.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

It was a recommendation from our business development executive. I’m not entirely sure how he knew about them. We interviewed them, and they seemed to be best equipped to handle our changing needs.

What is the status of this engagement?

I believe we started working with them last fall, 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?

I don’t have specific numbers. The feedback from our executive team, who talk to investors and people we do business with, has been positive about the changes we’ve made so far. It’s definitely been positive for all the web people who work for the company. They’ve all seen an improvement. We do a website for a surgical practice, and they’ve seen an increase of interest from people who want to do a fellowship at the clinic. That’s coming from a new web page that BTC developed for us about the fellowship program.

From a productivity standpoint, we’ve definitely improved how much work we’re able to do. Our designers are much happier working within the framework we do with the company. It leads to more understanding of where projects are at and how to reprioritize and communicate that effectively. It helps from an internal morale perspective.

There are still things our designers come across they want to replicate, and sometimes those challenges stump them. However, it doesn’t mean the person who developed that site didn’t have advanced skills. Sometimes we just don’t want to spend the time to figure that out, so it kind of goes both ways. Their willingness to always try to do it for us is highly appreciated.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

It’s very organized. Anytime we need to elevate an issue based on our needs, our account manager is very responsive, even on weekends and into the evening. We like that. We primarily use JIRA to communicate, and then we touch base weekly over email. Originally, we were doing phone calls, but we decided to scale back because things were working so efficiently with the tools we were using.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

I’m most impressed by the way they’re able to scale to meet the challenges we have. It’s our first time working with an outside development company, so I can’t really compare to other experiences, but that’s important to us. You don’t always get that with smaller firms.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

Nothing comes to mind.

5.0
Overall Score I’m always happy with seeing work come out. As a manager of a team, it allows me to be less hands-on with them. I can check in through the software we’re using, which makes it so much easier for me.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    Whenever we expressed a hard deadline with them on projects, they always met that or delivered early.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    I don’t get much visibility on that. When comparing the cost of outsourcing to an in-house salary, it’s totally worth it.
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    The quality is the highest we’ve seen in our company, and it’s definitely elevated the level of quality on our websites. They’re always willing to figure out how to solve a problem for us.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    Especially for a situation similar to ours, where they’re looking to move away from an in-house staff to an outsourced program.

Development for Financial Services Platform

"They’re very cost-effective for us. You could not get a stronger partnership."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.5
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Nov. 2011 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Boston Technology built an enterprise-class platform that is being used by financial planning advisors. BTC provides functional specification, technical design, open-source coding, and acceptance testing.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
Boston, Massachusetts
Stephen Buscema
Managing Partner, AdvisorAdit
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

BTC stands out because of their ability to develop both backend and frontend features, which makes them a cost-effective option. Their strengths include a commitment to quality results, project management, and an accommodating attitude.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m a managing partner at AdvisorAdit. Our business serves the independent financial advisor space. We cater to any stakeholder in the independent advisor community, from fund families, to custodians, to the various associations that serve advisors e.g. the Financial Planning Association, and the advisors themselves.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

Our company is based on a technology platform, so we needed to have an outside company to build it for us.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

About four years ago, when we were trying to figure out our technology direction, we knew we were not going to be hiring internal staff. We needed to have a company to provide end-to-end services. In addition to helping us with the design, build, deployment, and support, we also needed a company that could handle both the backend and frontend well. We learned that a lot of companies were good in one or the other. Given that we wanted our system to be an enterprise-class platform, it was very difficult to find a company who did that cost-effectively.

We wanted to go with a Java backend, so an open stack, Linux, Java backbone. Our frontend at the time was just your standard HTML. We are starting to move towards HTML5, so some aspects of our system have that for a frontend. We’ve toyed with the idea of going with a native app, but that can be expensive and hard to manage on an ongoing basis. We are interested in learning more about Facebook’s new proprietary front-end code for our next generation user experience.

BTC [Boston Technology Corporation] helped us with the functional specification, then the technical design, and the build. We continue to engage with them when we want to do statements of work for enhancements or adding new features. We talk to them at least once a week, and sometimes twice a week. Their service model with us is that their development and QA environments are in India. When any new code passes that, we have a user acceptance testing environment here. That’s where I evaluate the code and approve it, then it goes into production.

When we first started, we had a project manager, a QA manager, a team lead, and two developers. The team lead and developers were really the folks working on the project. The project manager made sure things were on track and served as an escalation point. During the build, we always had the ability to be in touch with the president. Now, on a day-to-day basis, we will work with the team lead as our main contact, and he has someone working with him. From a development standpoint, there are two people day-to-day. Sometimes, the project manager will get involved when we scope out projects, and then we’ll talk to the president every once in a while.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

We found them through a web search. We reviewed many other companies. BTC stood out because they were able to cost-effectively manage both the frontend and the backend, given that our backend was Java and open-source.

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corporation?

We started with a chunk that was around $50,000. Throughout the years, it’s been in the $100,000–$150,000 range.

What is the status of this engagement?

We began working together around November of 2011, and the relationship is very much ongoing. We depend on them.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

The most important metric is that, out of the 4 ½ years that the platform has been live, we’ve only had a few issues. BTC has been right there for those issues, which is especially important given that they are based out of India. They have an office here, but their developers are over there.

We needed them to really build. Whenever we want to design anything, we have a web developer here, a local guy, who will help us design things. He either gives us the code or lets BTC know what to do. BTC then actually implements that. When we first started with BTC years ago, they did not have a lot of frontend native app folks. I think we were one of the first customers that had a frontend with them, but they quickly ramped up. Right now, a lot of their business is app design. We just happen to have our own person with experience working with our platform for the frontend.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

They’re very good. We’re really hands-on, and that’s one of the reasons they’re very cost-effective for us. For project management, I take on a little bit of that role. I overlap into their world a bit because we know them so well. You could not get a stronger partnership. We use Redmine, which helps track bugs and enhancements. If I want an enhancement done, I will scope it out and upload to Redmine. As these lists build up, I can create a report and review. That’s how they give us pricing and all that.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

I don’t have much to compare them to, but they are very accommodating to us. They’re not always holding their hands out for money every time we talk on the phone. There’s none of that a tall, which is so refreshing. Maybe other companies operate this way as well, but our experience with them is nice.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

Early on, it would have been nice for them to have more of a user experience team, but they have that now. It’s not a valid critique at this point, as they’ve addressed that. I really have no complaints with them.

5.0
Overall Score We depend on them completely.
  • 4.5 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    They always make meetings, but they don’t always get things done on time. It’s not bad, just the normal course of business.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    They’re outstandingly cost-effective.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    They delivered a great product. Every once in a while, I will come across a bug, but it’s not bad.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I recommend them all the time. In fact, we’ve served as project managers for clients of ours who wanted to engage with BTC for projects related to our service.

Mobile App Development for Media Entertainment Platform

"They’re excellent—the best I’ve seen."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Oct. 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Boston Technology Corporation created a live streaming mobile app (iOS) for on-demand event experiences, translating a general brief into a functional product. The team now supports phase-two development. 

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
Florida
Founder & CEO, Live Streaming Entertainment Platform
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

During early market testing, the app has attracted tremendous feedback from industry experts due to its sleek UI/UX and unique service offerings. Boston Technology Corporation’s proactive workflow, regular accessibility, and ability to present options continue to make the engagement beneficial. 

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We are an on-demand live streaming platform. I’m the founder and CEO.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

We were trying to put my vision of what this business needed to be into something that worked—an actual product, a mobile app. What I was trying to create was a ubiquitous, on-demand live streaming service where somebody wanted to be at an event but couldn’t be for whatever reason. You could actually order that event to be live streamed, and others could join in on that live stream also. There’s a revenue model because people get paid throughout the process; there’s a user interface situation because people like myself who are clueless with technology should be able to work through it. It needed to be accessible to everybody and provide extremely high-quality live streaming all at the same time. So, you’ve got the “How do I get there?”, “How do I bring people together?”, and “How do I make this a great experience that people will want to use?” I had a vision for it. I knew what I wanted, and I’m so technologically incompetent that I needed to work with somebody who could literally take my words and put them into the application, which Boston Technology Corporation (BTC) did. 

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

What was great about it was that they first really looked at the business process that I was trying to create. They didn’t try to shove my process into a specific type of technology.

They gave me options about what platform we were going to use. They did the research for me. They presented all the pros and cons, and we made the decision to go in a certain direction. We did that process at every step along the way.

We developed for iOS. I had a primary quality assurance contact, a primary overall project contact, a specific contact in charge of keeping meetings and schedules and facilitating things between the developers, and a business/sales contact who oversaw the entire project. In terms of their actual development team, I can count seven who have been on calls with me. How many actual people they have on the project, I have no idea.

They didn’t really do much marketing of the app to my clients because I didn’t ask them to, but they did completely walk me through the process of submitting to the App Store and dealing with all the issues that might arise from that. The description and things along those lines and other things that needed to be included, they handled all that. I didn’t know any of it. They took care of the whole thing.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

I found them through a series of searches, quite honestly. I did several searches for the type of company I was looking for. I looked at their past ratings, and I looked at the scale and scope of what they had developed in the past. This is projected to be a very widely used platform, and I needed it to be immediately scalable in terms of technology. So, I looked at what they had done and narrowed it down from five to three. I decided on BTC after my interviews with them.

What I loved about them, and why I chose them, is that they started with the business and worked backward from there. Then, at each step of the way, it was, “Okay, here’s where we’re at; here’s where we need to go; what decision do you want to make?”

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corporation?

Approximately $100,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started in October of 2016. They have completed the original phase, and I’m thrilled to continue the relationship. We’re actually in the middle of development for phase two. 

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

I can’t release any qualification about downloads yet because of our investor agreement and things like that. But, I can say that through our testing in certain markets, amongst certain people who have experience in developing this type of thing, the feedback has been tremendous. The user experience (the UI/UX, as they say) has all come back extremely positive. In fact, they did such a good job that they accelerated our launch date because there were things we tested that came out so well that we could just move forward with certain things.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

I will tell you that there were never cost overruns, and there was nothing unexpected in terms of delays. They were extremely professional about time and meetings and agendas and things along those lines that kept everything on schedule. They’re excellent—the best I’ve seen. As an entrepreneur, I’m very cognizant of deadlines and cost overruns. Nothing bothers me more than frivolous overruns or time delays. These guys were great. They understood that.

They used several project management tools, but they understand how ridiculously incompetent I am. I literally have a hard time going into the different types of easy-to-use applications that people use for project management. We did have a couple of tools, and everything was always updated in there, but they also backed that up with specific emails and spreadsheets for me that I could easily access and understand. It wasn’t like they didn’t have it; they just did double the work to make sure I had all the information.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

They never wavered from the business process. If I started to get a little out of scope on my end, they were the ones bringing me back in to make sure that the UX would be in line with what I wanted to create.

They understand that I am trying to run a business to provide a service to a certain clientele. That covers everything. It covers respect for my time, respect for my cost, respect for the project, and understanding the project and what it’s designed to do. Their overall attitude as entrepreneurs themselves was critical in the relationship that we have. I never had to say anything more than, “This is what I need for my business,” and they understood that. I think that’s very rare amongst even the best development teams.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

I’m hesitant to say no because we can all do better and improve, but no. Their engineers stay up until three o’clock in the morning to meet my timelines. 

5.0
Overall Score They created an app out of my vision as opposed to what they thought it would be, intertwined what they knew would benefit the users, collaborated with me through that process, and worked with me to create a deliverable.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    They met all my deadlines. They added additional resources if we were getting close to missing a deadline. Meeting schedules were always on time. They always had the resources available and were prepared for every meeting.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    They’re not the cheapest, but in terms of value for money, they’re wonderful.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    They were even providing level-one support in areas they didn’t need to.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I’m using them again for the next phase and the next level of Android and web development.

Mobile App Development for Developmental Education Platform

"We were impressed with their team, their knowledge, and professionalism."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
3.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$10,000 to $49,999
 
July 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Boston Technology developed and designed an iOS mobile application for a developmental education platform. The app is cloud-based and designed to be user-friendly.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
Washington, District of Columbia
Keith Whitescarver
Director, National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Users of the application praise the product for its high-quality look and feel. BTC’s team responds to queries very quickly and provided helpful suggestions during the development process. BTC delivers end products that are a high value for the money. 

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

The National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector is a nonprofit that works to ensure high-quality Montessori in the public arena. I am the executive director.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

Schools have had a hard time identifying quality Montessori education. We were interested in developing a mobile application tool for this, as well as for developmental education. It’s an environmental scale that helps school leaders and teachers know if they have the elements necessary for a high-functioning developmental classroom.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We had a well-developed idea of what the app should look like, in terms of the elements that would be put into it, the theory, and research behind it. We worked with BTC to create the app for us. They were involved in designing the app, providing suggestions for the look of the app, including colors, fonts, and screens. They worked with us to ensure we developed the most efficient way to collect the data needed by users. The data is all stored in the cloud, so our organizations and the users can have access to it. The app was built for iOS, but I don’t have the details on the specific technologies used in development. We worked with five team members on this project.

We requested that the app be user-friendly and that it looked good. We also wanted to have something that could be stored and used for researchers in the future as we create a Montessori database. All those things were undertaken and completed. BTC didn’t provide marketing or strategy, but they did put us in contact with folks who might be suited for that work.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

We started out using another organization to develop the app, and we wasted seven months of work with them. We did some research, look at websites, and we interviewed BTC. We were impressed with their team, their knowledge, and professionalism, so we decided to use them.

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corporation?

I think it’s around $35,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

The project began in July of 2016, and the relationship is ongoing. We’re still doing some work on 1.0, but we’re also talking about doing a second version, which would be an additional contract.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

The app still has a few refinements to be made, but it’s been universally praised by users. They like the design and the feel, and the usability of the app. The work is high-quality. We have a hundred schools that are currently piloting the app, and we’ve been offering workshops around the country. The schools are wanting more; they very much like what they’re seeing. I think it’s been positive.

The app functions well. We’re now getting to the point where it’s reliable. There were some issues during the roll-out, but those have been addressed. There are some things that we would like to include which were beyond the scope of the original contract, so that’s where we’ll be working with BTC next.

Compared to the other firm, BTC was much more productive. They have made steady progress, so that’s been very helpful to us.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

I would give project management mixed reviews; mostly positive, but there were some hiccups at the mid-point of the project. Things weren’t getting done on time, and there was some miscommunication. A new project manager came on board, and things have gone more smoothly since. We use Basecamp, and we do phone calls for communication.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

I don’t have a lot of experience with other providers, but I know that BTC responds to queries very quickly. Their sales representative is very interested in how things are proceeding. If I ever have an issue, I just check in with him, and he passes it on to the appropriate person.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

I think BTC was a little optimistic on the deadlines of when things would be available. I don’t know if that’s because they didn’t have enough people on the project, or if it was simply more complicated than initially envisioned. The first set of timelines were not being met, and that’s when we had the change of project managers.

4.0
Overall Score It was a very positive experience with Boston Technology Corporation overall.
  • 3.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    There was a period in the middle of the project when deadlines weren’t being met. Boston Technology Corporation was very good at startup and very good as we came to the end of the project.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    Boston Technology Corporation delivers high value for the money. This was a substantial project, and the amount we paid seems reasonable.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    It has the functionality that we desired. We have heard from the field that it’s user-friendly.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I would recommend Boston Technology Corporation, and we want to use them again.

Mobile App Development for Medical Device Company

"I was immensely impressed with how they understood the project and translated that into code."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Feb. 2015 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Boston Technology developed an iOS and Android mobile application support system for Type 1 diabetes. They incorporated wearables into the app and provided marketing and strategy services for launching.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
New York City Metro Area
Cliff Scherb
Founder, Glucose Advisors LLC
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The completed apps are reliable and functional and have received positive feedback from users. The app is currently downloaded 150 times a week. Boston Technology’s team is well organized and highly communicative, constantly providing valuable suggestions on how to move the project forward.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m the founder and CEO of Glucose Advisors.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corp?

We were trying to take an algorithm that I had created for Type 1 diabetes and nutrition and translate that into a mobile app. It was the first-ever activity support system for Type 1 diabetes.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Boston Technology built both an iOS and Android app from scratch, based on a road map—I had to teach their team diabetes physiology as well as exercise physiology. They took that training and translated my experience into an app. I didn’t have any technical expertise, so they took my vision and created what I was looking for. They incorporated wearables such as heart rate monitors and also the Apple Sales-Kit. They included food databases that required them to tap into different APIs as well as mapping capabilities using Google Maps. These were all stored in a HIPAA-compliant server. Boston Technology also provided marketing and strategy through the lead person in India, who was great. They helped me launch the app in the app stores. I had one point of contact on the East Coast and one overseas.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corp?

I researched a limited number of firms. I was planning to work with a partnering hospital, but they left the partnership early on in the development process. However, they were the ones who introduced me to Boston Technology. I liked their firm because they were able to do the project within the time and budget I was looking for. I felt they had the research expertise and understood the problem. They were excited about the project and that made me excited to work with them.

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corp?

We spent between $100,000 and $155,000 on the project.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with them in February 2015, and I would consider the work ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

I was pleased with their services, and the app runs well and has great functionality. The app is downloaded 150 times a week. We use Mixpanel to find out how people are using the app, and they like the design and colors. There were bugs in the beginning, but that’s to be expected. At this time, we’re not trying to add any new features because we’re trying to get bought out. Boston Technology was trying to create something new and novel, and I was happy with the solutions they came up with. Their company is extremely capable and competent. They’re very good at execution and implementation even when working in a time crunch with a very complex subject matter.

How did Boston Technology Corp perform from a project management standpoint?

They are super organized. The point of contact I had was very good at liaising with me and taking those tasks and organizing everything we needed in a way that made sense. We spent a lot of time before we did any coding, mapping out everything in a very buttoned-up dossier that really helped guide the team in India. There was between 15 and 20 people working on the project, and I was in contact with one particular person all the time. We used Redmine to communicate. It was ongoing and intense for six months, and the project was a bit delayed because I added features as we went along that were not part of the original scope.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corp?

This was a very complex project, and I was immensely impressed with how they understood the project and translated that into code. I had to think things through as the app was created, and they were able to walk ten steps ahead to figure out what we needed. That was very helpful. There were things I didn’t know how to get through, so I would tell them my vision and they gave suggestions on how to reach my goals. I was impressed that they could understand the disease and exercise portions and create an app for that in six months. Not everything went according to plan, and we had to troubleshoot a lot of things, but I was very happy with the end product.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corp could improve?

The only limitation I experienced was there was some level of autonomy. I really needed to spell out what I wanted. However, that would not detract me from hiring them again.

5.0
Overall Score I normally don’t give reviews, but I’m happy to do them a favor because I enjoyed their services and they should be rewarded for that.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Platform Development for Digital Health Company

" Boston Technology Corporation was truly a part of our team ... "

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
Project summary: 

After two prior and unsuccessful partnerships, BTC was brought in to make the client's digital genetic counseling platform a reality. They took it from concept to product over 15 months.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
New York, New York
Ellen Matloff
Founder, My Gene Counsel
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

In this partnership, Boston Technology Corporation demonstrated they were truly invested in the project, showed an interest in the development, trustworthy and eager to deliver.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We are a digital health company offering a counseling product. We're still in the startup phase and have been operating for two and a half years. I am the president and chief executive officer of the company.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

Our primary product and concept is for digital genetic counseling, and we needed an outside company to make it a reality for us.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We had used two previous partners prior to Boston Technology Corporation, so there was a partial product in place. We brought it to them for improvement and enhancements. There have been many goals to hit, and Boston Technology Corporation has been great at helping us chart them out and make them a reality.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

We had worked with two other technology companies, and I was particularly unhappy with the second one. We were introduced to Boston Technology Corporation by a mutual contact. I met their CEO [Ranjani Rao] and had the feeling that communication with Boston Technology Corporation would be more clear cut, and that we would get a much more genuine, honest approach. This is what led us to choose them.

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corporation?

The cost of Boston Technology Corporation's work has been between $50,000 and $100,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We have been working with Boston Technology Corporation for 15 months [since 2015]. The collaboration is ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

Success stories have come through having a transparent partnership. Boston Technology Corporation was truly a part of our team and has an interest in our development as much as in putting money into their own pockets. We've always been able to trust and count on Boston Technology Corporation's team. They've been professional, eager, and willing to help us, particularly compared to the second company we used.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

The process is managed efficiently. We were concerned about the communication because we know that some of Boston Technology Corporation's team is offshore. There was a time difference, and there could be some language barriers, but Boston Technology Corporation's team went above and beyond in staying in touch by email and in getting back to us swiftly.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

Rather than being another client for them, I feel that Boston Technology Corporation is invested in our success.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

We've shared some constructive criticism with Boston Technology Corporation along the way at their request. We've often seen them integrate that criticism, turning it into a positive change in our relationship.

4.5
Overall Score
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    As often happens with projects, some of our deadlines have run a bit over. When it was important to meet a deadline for an upcoming project or client, Boston Technology Corporation made sure the target was met.
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    Boston Technology Corporation is reasonably priced, and there were no instances of cost flying out of control.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    Boston Technology Corporation stands by its products, instead of stopping the work after our allocated time ends, which we saw with our second team. They stand by the quality of the work, and they're invested in making sure that we receive a good product.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Web-based Database App for Publishing House

"There was never an instance of finding an issue halfway through and wasting work."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

BTC developed a web-based database for the client's member accounts. Under constraints of existing XML, they also built the engine that processes the database's content.

The Reviewer
 
11-50 Employees
 
Amenia, New York
Jessica Moody
VP Marketing, Grey House Publishing
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Within 1 year, this client's member usage increased by 30–40%. BTC's work exceeded expectations, increased the usability of the site, and better connected the client's members.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We are a reference and database publisher creating content in encyclopedic form, which is published as print books for the library community, including public, high school, and university libraries. We publish the same material in an online database format, which is where our work with Boston Technology Corporation started.

I am the VP of marketing for the organization. I was one of the team members involved in our online database project.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

We had taken on a product line for which there was an existing relationship with a third party vendor for online database content. That vendor was a one-size-fits-all shop for online content, and it became more and more clear to us that this approach was not serving either our content or users, whether they were public library patrons, high school students, or university students. We decided to build our own platform, but we didn't have a lot of time to do it. There was a six-month window in which we had to make the decision to build our own content and get it in a customer-facing form. We were in a bit of a pickle, needing to develop the solution fast and also needing it to be fantastic since that content had been accessed by tens of thousands of users around the world for years. There couldn't be any downtime or transition problems. We needed to make the process easy for users, and not have them update their whole interface.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Boston Technology Corporation developed a web-based application serving as a database with member accounts. They also built the database engine which processes our content, which proved challenging because of the format of our old platform. We couldn't build something new and reformat tens of thousands of articles, so we worked under the constraints of the existing XML, while still creating a usable and state-of-the-art solution. The changes would have amounted to thousands of hours of work otherwise. Boston Technology Corporation took the reins for that part of the production. We had a list of wants and needs in terms of end-user functionalities, but the database engine was mostly conceived by Boston Technology Corporation.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

We talked to a number of people, both vendors we'd used previously and new ones. We had not worked with Boston Technology Corporation before, but it became apparent from our conversations that they were the right partner for us. It was a little scary to give the project to a new partner under such time and budget constraints, but Boston Technology Corporation met all our criteria.

We had a few brainstorming sessions with Boston Technology Corporation, during which it became apparent that they were far exceeding our expectations. The ultimate result was much better than we could have hoped for.

How much have you invested with Boston Technology Corporation?

I can't provide an exact figure, but it was a huge project for us, requiring a considerable amount of work on both our parts.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Boston Technology Corporation in 2014. The project needed to be taken from brainstorming to launch in less than six months. Boston Technology Corporation mentioned that this work would normally take a year.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

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

Not only did Boston Technology Corporation meet all of our deadlines and transition challenges with no issues whatsoever, but we ultimately ended up with a better product because of their participation.

What we were watching for after the product launch was its impact on our usage. We had existing customers and end users on the old platform, and needed to find out how the new one would perform. In the first year, our usage increased by 30–40%, which was much more than what we hoped for. It spoke volumes for the usability of the site, its ease of access, and ability to keep people connected.

How did Boston Technology Corporation perform from a project management standpoint?

The deadline was of critical importance. We couldn't even have a one-week window without user access to the content. All along the project, there were specific touch points listed by Boston Technology Corporation. They made sure that there were no hiccups along the road. We did have some unplanned modifications along the way, but Boston Technology Corporation took all of them in stride and still delivered on time.

The beginning of our project involved a lot of careful planning. We had several meetings for determining what the site would look like conceptually, and what users would experience as they were logging in, searching for content, and so on. The care that Boston Technology Corporation took during initial conversations for mapping out what our product would be, did two things: it made us think about areas we hadn't planned for and ironed out bumps in the road, which we never had to deal with. There was never an instance of finding an issue halfway through and wasting work.

We've used a communication portal which allowed all of our team members to see comments from Boston Technology Corporation. This kept the work organized and provided a seamless channel between their project manager and the rest of the team. This was especially important to have when working with a team located hours away.

What did you find most impressive about Boston Technology Corporation?

I appreciated Boston Technology Corporation's capacity to assign extra people on a job. We've worked with a project manager for the most part, who answered our questions and acted as a point of contact, but Boston Technology Corporation had a big team which ensured that we could get the job done in time. We would never have been able to do the same work in six months had we used a smaller group.

Boston Technology Corporation also provided good direction in terms of how certain specific details needed to look like, in terms of new browsers, mobile access, and making sure that what we were doing would work in all user environments.

Are there any areas Boston Technology Corporation could improve?

Most of the changes which we requested throughout the process came from our team's vision. This can be hard to plan for in terms of technology, but Boston Technology Corporation never gave us grief in these situations.

Communication was one of our early concerns. We didn't know if we would be able to reach people, or what would happen if we needed to give some directions late at night. Boston Technology Corporation did an excellent job of addressing this.

5.0
Overall Score We're incredibly happy with Boston Technology Corporation.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    Our deadline was an incredibly huge challenge for Boston Technology Corporation, and they completed the work in half of the time it would normally take.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

App Development for Food Distribution Startup

"They're very comfortable to work with. I can openly talk to them about our needs."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
Project summary: 

Boston Technology Corporation developed an iOS app to connect farmers with wholesale buyers. Key features included admin panels and two user profile types. BTC won the competitive contract with their pricing.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
New York City Metro Area
Patricia Wind
Cofounder, Farm2Tables
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The app is very user-friendly and has fundamentally changed the farmer-wholesaler relationship. Although BTC is unfamiliar with the food industry, they are a responsive and friendly development partner. They always look for ways to improve the product.

BACKGROUND

Please describe your organization.

We are a food distributor. We directly connect farmers with wholesale buyers.

What is your position?

I'm a cofounder.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What business challenge were you trying to address with Boston Technology Corporation?

We are a startup company and we knew that technology was changing every industry and, as we are revamping the food distribution industry, we knew technology was a big part of that, and that's why we needed BTC.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement in detail.

They developed a B2B [business-to-business] user app for us. The app also has administration sides to it as well as a website administrational tool. The app is available only on iOS.

How did you come to work with Boston Technology Corporation?

We vetted more than 50 development companies worldwide. We chose BTC for several reasons. We wanted to go with a company that was based in the United States even though BTC does development overseas. Cost was definitely a factor. They were on the more competitive side as far as their pricing. Knowing that they've been around for some time and that we'd have a development team to count on going into the future was also a big factor. We wanted to feel comfortable with the company because we knew that we would continue to grow and develop the app and our technology needs onward. 

Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?

Our project was in the $50,000 to $100,000

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any statistics or metrics from this engagement?

Our success is measured in the amount of business that we've done with the product. The app has three different user types, but one is a private administrative user type. On the two public user types that we have,  we get a lot of feedback from both sides that it's very comfortable and user-friendly. One type for farmers is an invite user type where we reach out to have the farmers come on to the platform. All of them have been very pleased with the ease of the use of the app. On the buyer side, it is an open download invitation. We have more than 400 users on the buyer side. Again, we get feedback that it's very user-friendly and has changed the way users submitted orders to their food distributors.

What distinguishes Boston Technology Corporation from other providers?

Boston Technology Corporation's immediacy of response is impeccable. Whenever we have any issues, and I contact them, I have someone reaching back usually within the hour. That is a huge need for us because our entire business is built around this app. They're very comfortable to work with. I can openly talk to them about our needs. They're very responsive, and they collaborate with us. They ask what we need and then build from there.

Is there anything Boston Technology Corporation could have improved or done differently?

Not really. There's a little bit of an obstacle describing our business but that would happen with any partner I think. Our app is very specific to the food distribution industry. The developers don't know a lot about the food distribution industry. Our ideas and what we needed to do are very foreign concepts to them. But, we're specialists and they're specialists in what they do. That could change. I'm sure they get clients in every industry. They can't become specialists in every single industry. Maybe bring a consultant in whenever they have a project in a certain industry that can bridge the gap between the customer needs and what they understand as developers.

5.0
Overall Score They've been great in pretty much every aspect.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    When we sat down and planned out the app, it did not finish on time...could've been us with different features that weren't interpreted correctly...since the release of the app and the schedule...they're right on time.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    They were competitive in their pricing. For the project cost that they projected in the beginning, we were very close to that target when we finished.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I have referred them already.