What was the scope of their involvement?
First, they assigned a person to resolve the existing bugs. This has been an ongoing process, requiring daily updates. DevFactori also enhanced our backend with a new algorithm that imports events from numerous ticket providers and filters the artists through our database. The filtering process merges duplicate listing on our frontend portal, which helps end users get tickets more quickly. Concurrently, the team built native iOS and Android apps.
The engagement focuses solely on development; we don’t use them for marketing. The DevFactori president and I talk on a daily basis about strategic technology implementation.
What is the team composition?
Currently, there are six people on the project: two backend developers, two frontend developers, a tester, and a project manager.
How did you come to work with DevFactori?
A friend knew the president and recommended them. We compared their bid to other agencies, but my colleague wanted to go with another firm. However, we soon realized that this company wouldn’t be able to perform as needed. I then decided to hire DevFactori based on their bid and good first impression.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve spent approximately $40,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
Work started in August 2017 and is ongoing.