What was the scope of their involvement?
Fusion Tech got their foot in the door by executing our user authentication, which was a fairly simple project. They eventually came to lead the development of our entire application.
We follow an agile development model, which they’re well acclimated to. They split their time between “Epics,” what we call epic, larger-scale components of the app, and smaller QA projects.
The main project they’ve been working on is CloudPano Live, which they’ve integrated Twilio’s Video API. It allows users to essentially hold video conferencing calls during the tour they’re on. We collaborated to design the UX/UI and to implement its development. That’s been a huge value-adding feature that we can anticipate an enormous amount of usage from.
We also took it a step further and integrated a coordinates broadcasting system, so that users can stream where they are at 360-space during the call. Additionally, they’ve executed an enterprise feature, which allows users to market their properties to broker houses and real estate customers.
Finally, they’ve conducted a Google Street View integration. Users can not only create a tour on our platform, but they can publish that same tour straight to Google Street View. You can look inside an immersive street view Google tour for the property, the content of which is uploaded through CloudPano.
What is the team composition?
We’ve worked with a variety of people; right now, we have three developers. Additionally, we have a project manager, a QA specialist, and a designer.
How did you come to work with Fusion Tech?
Their team lead provided a tentative plan and overview, and I thought that it demonstrated their collaborative nature, as well as their technical excellence. I took them on to complete the authentication task, which they executed amazingly.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve spent close to $50,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
The collaboration began in November 2019 and is ongoing.