What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
Working with Exyte feels more like a partnership than just another development firm-for-hire. The team delivers on time, keeps to their word, and is proactive about what they can and can’t do. If I have to take a day off, they continue forward and are able to intuit what needs to happen next. That way, I never feel like the work is on pause. Additionally, they’re always ready to participate in product or UI/UX solutions; it’s a treat to work with developers who care about usability.
How did Exyte perform from a project management standpoint?
I’ve found them to be extremely communicative, which is a Godsend when it comes to remote teams. It’s easy to use project management tools with them. We coordinate through Slack, Jira, and tickets primarily, and I always know what’s going on.
What did you find most impressive about them?
In general, they seem to have a good, holistic sensibility. The team obviously follows solid development practices because they’re skilled at what they do. But I find their ability to manage a remote team to be incredibly proactive. Exyte makes it easy to manage communication and time zones, and they usually deliver bug-free software.
Nick specifically has been a steadfast resource, and we’ve built a strong rapport with him and his team. When we asked them for resources to help with smart contracts, they really stepped up to meet our demand. Likewise, when they had Android developers opening up, they approached us first to explore opportunities before taking on a new client.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No, I can’t think of any at this level.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
The more technical specifications that you can give them, the better they’re able to work. In my experience as a product manager, I’ve found that they’re great at reacting to and participating in all of the materials I’ve provided them. Whether it’s a backlog of tasks in Jira or diagrams of a product roadmap, they always make a point to get back to me.