What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
They were able to work really efficiently in taking some pretty big specifications and goals from the client and turning those into specific deliverables that helped our team look good in front of our customer. The end product will be launching in a few weeks and has totally satisfied all of the expectations for the project.
We were following an agile methodology in which we were iterating quickly with the client and they were iterating with their end-users as well. The ability to go from ideation to showing a product to their end-users in a matter of two months was really critical in getting users on board and building excitement about the launch of the project.
How did Idea Theorem perform from a project management standpoint?
We had a creative artist and leadership from Idea Theorem engaged with us throughout the work and helping to plan out the project and interact with the client. They provided all the support we needed to harness the full caliber of their team and show the client that we were taking their project seriously, which we really appreciated.
What did you find most impressive about them?
Idea Theorem was willing to understand the challenges of the client rather than just looking at the specific budget and quantity of the work. They treated it like their own project rather than a list of deliverables, and that translated significantly into the speed and quality of the work that they provided in the end.
Are there any areas they could improve?
Nothing specific comes to my mind. Getting more exposure to different industries is always helpful, but that is just something that comes with time for everyone, so that’s not a specific criticism of their team.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
Be upfront in terms of your vision, and don’t be too rigid in the contract that you scope out with them. If you show flexibility in understanding the constraints of both your and their side of the work, the relationship can really go far.