Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
I planned the project with All In Mobile, and we achieved those goals within the given time frame. I would say that's a success, basically. We always talk in development milestones. Those features were usability improvements. In many cases, the feature was already implemented but was hardly usable, so we improved it. Another one was that we had a lot of issues with older devices, where it would work well on cutting-edge devices but not on an older one that runs on Android 4. We had to make sure it runs on all devices, and that was also a major task for us.
How did All In Mobile perform from a project management standpoint?
I'd say it worked very well, but you can't tell that they did the project management because we did, and we wanted to. They just provided the developer, and I did the project management along with the Android developer here. The communication worked very well, but we did the project management.
What did you find most impressive about All In Mobile?
What is really important to me is that the quality of the work is very good and that the person assigned to us has strong communication skills. I think if you work remotely, this is the most important thing. The developer we were working with has both. He always reports everything. He always gives very reasonable estimates on how much time he will need to achieve his tasks.
Are there any areas All In Mobile could improve?
No, I don't think I had any points where I would say, “You should change this.” So no, I don't think so.