What was the scope of their involvement?
E2Generations is developing our iOS mobile app. Although they took some components from the beta version, they have basically rebuilt the app from the ground up. They reconstructed the backend in Firebase and did database mapping. The E2Generations team also redid the frontend UI design. They’ve built several features, such as on-demand scheduling, peer-to-peer delivery management, and additional security functionalities.
Currently, E2Generations is doing some web development work for our site’s landing page. We plan to develop an Android version of the app in the future.
What is the team composition?
We’ve worked with 5–6 people, including two backend developers, a designer, a database mapper, and a project manager, Kyle (CEO, E2Generations).
How did you come to work with E2Generations?
A fellow associate within a Tampa accelerator program referred us to E2Generations. Then, we connected with them at an innovation summit, where we launched the initial beta version of the app. We discussed the app and ideas for improvement. My company went on to do a soft launch of the app to get user feedback, evaluate the market, and determine areas for improvement. After that, we contacted E2Generations; based on the feedback they provided, we felt they could take us in a new direction and vastly improve the app.
How much have you invested with them?
We pay in installments. My company has spent $35,000–$40,000 thus far; in total, we will spend between $50,000–$100,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
Our work together began in March 2019, and it is ongoing.