What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
Currently, we’re waiting for the App Store to approve our app. We have the whole system ready to go live. It’s a very advanced MVP that already has many features, and we’re looking to add more as we go.
There have been many deadlines, planning, and a lot of other things involved. In terms of measuring their performance, we had a beta test with a large number of users and big celebrities. The results of this showed that the system worked very well, and everyone spoke very highly of it.
There were no major issues recorded during the beta testing with over 100 users and some celebrities with over 100 million followers on their social platforms. The biggest measure was that this beta test was very successful.
How did Eurisko Mobility perform from a project management standpoint?
We’re all on Jira, and we follow every sprint and task. As a partnership, we use it for the backlog and all the planning as well as to manage the project together.
What did you find most impressive about them?
It’s definitely their experience. If we give them a task, they challenge it and explain why they don’t think it’s the right approach. Their partnership spirit and experience really stand out. Their team really looks after us.
We’ve worked with other developers on other projects, and they just didn’t care. We’d tell them to do something, they’d do it and charge us for the hours, then we’d notice that it wasn’t the right decision for us. Then, we’d tell them to change it back, and they’d charge us again to redo the work.
Eurisko Mobility doesn’t have that approach. If we ask them to do something, they challenge us and make sure they understand what we’re doing. We either convince them or they convince us. They have a true partnership spirit and integrity for their work. It’s clear they’re not looking to charge us, but rather to build the best product.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No, nothing comes to mind immediately.
Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?
I’d advise them to trust Eurisko Mobility and follow their process from day one. Sometimes, the process can be annoying, where they ask a million questions before starting something or ask us to write down our requirements and acceptance criteria exactly.
As someone who’s not technical and is just excited to launch a startup, I’d want them to take a lot of things for granted and worry about them later. However, they force us to really write everything down so that we’re thinking through it on our own and have specific KPIs and deliverables to work against. I recommend that people follow the process, even though it may seem meticulous at first.