What was the scope of their involvement?
We first concentrated on building the app, which was the most complicated part of our technology. Emirates Graphic built it across three development stages. The website took about two days to build.
One of the platform’s most important functionalities was its ability to send custom push notifications to all users, across both iOS and Android. We also integrated the app with the Uber API so users can book cars directly.
An admin panel allows us to track registrations and view user ages and contact information, which we use for follow-ups. We can also modify the positioning of the listed clubs and make other small tweaks. The app has a geofencing functionality, which we use to confirm that a user has entered a venue.
Our intended audience is both young and old people from the UAE with average incomes, who want help picking a place to have a good time without spending too much. Our aim is to provide a user-friendly app for anyone.
Emirates Graphic helped a bit with our logo, company name, and color scheme, but development was the main scope.
What is the team composition?
We were in direct contact with Sacha (CEO, Emirates Graphic), who managed the whole process. We also worked with a marketing specialist and a developer.
How did you come to work with Emirates Graphic?
They were recommended by a few of our friends, but we also researched them online. Emirates Graphic had a nice-looking website, and their prices were competitive. We met with Sacha, who gave us a quote. Their team understood our challenge and seemed to be reliable. We narrowed the search to three companies, but the other candidates weren’t good enough. Emirates Graphic was an easy pick.
How much have you invested with them?
The cost of their work was $80,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working with Emirates Graphic in July 2017, and the project was completed in four or five months.