What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
Our product is quite complicated and has a lot of different features and functionalities, but bromin7, Inc.’s development team has been able to get up to speed and understand how everything works.
We’ve had a lot of trouble with other developers coming on board and not being able to contribute quickly, but this team has been able to do exactly that while adding value.
How did bromin7, Inc. perform from a project management standpoint?
We use Jira and Team Foundation Server (TFS), and bromin7, Inc. has been able to use these tools because they already had experience with them. The team definitely has an in-built experience of how to manage a technical project.
What did you find most impressive about them?
It can be really hard to find good developers who know what they’re talking about, but the developers at bromin7, Inc. produce high-quality work. They’re less expensive than onshoring, still not the cheapest, but they are definitely worth the money.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No, I have no suggestions. One of our challenges is that we don’t have an unlimited budget. If we did, we probably would be able to have more communication and touchpoints.
With our limited budget, we’re focusing on having them deliver work as opposed to doing meetings. Ideally, we would have more communication, but it’s not necessarily their fault.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
When hiring developers, it’s very important to clearly communicate your expectations and what you’re looking for because it can be complicated to get exactly what you want. bromin7, Inc. has been able to read between the lines, figuring out what needs to be done to deliver good work.