What was the scope of their involvement?
We have four different websites, three of which are on Magento. The fourth is on WordPress. They helped split a multi-storefront site into two new sites. One of the sites ran on Magento 2, which they redesigned and added new products with a backup of the existing WordPress site. We built all the graphic art, and they built out the data.
We tapered off development at the end of 2018, but we’re getting ready to relaunch another site that they will support. They maintain all the sites and design most anything we need. Magento doesn’t do well with importing products, so they helped build out an importer functionality that works better than the native plugin. They’ve also set us up with different extensions we use, including Criteo, Refersion, Google Shopping, Shopper Approved, and our uninterruptible power supply system. They have a good understanding of all the software we use.
What is the team composition?
We interface directly with to people, but one is our primary point of contact. I manage the project and break down each piece before sending it along to them.
How did you come to work with DevCrew I/O?
They had really good references, their sample data from past performances was high-quality, and their price point matched our budget. We had an excellent interview with them and they had a good understanding of the details. They filled in the gaps very well and were a good choice of partner.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve spent in the area of $24,000 this year.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together around October 2017 and the collaboration is ongoing.