We develop customized Mobile and Web Apps
Inmost has been in the custom software development niche since 2015. As a SaaS provider, we focus on complex high-tech digital solutions. We work with businesses of all sizes and industries, including Retail & Ecommerce, Healthcare, and Fintech.
Inmost provides full-cycle software development services, including software architecture, R&D, and QA. For more than 6 years of successful performance, we have delivered 50+ Mobile and Web applications for customers across the EU and the US. We are proud of working on long-term companies’ projects and the fact that many clients get back to Inmost with new software development requests.
Our digital platforms change the way people purchase groceries online, organize events, conduct payments, buy and sell insurances, maintain health, and even - treat diseases.
We specialize in AWS cloud computing services and vastly use these in software development. Inmost has established core competencies in both well-known Amazon technologies (AWS S3, Lambda, RDS, VPC) and rather rare ones, like Amplify and Chime. Notably, AWS Chime facilitates communication platforms’ development and makes them more affordable, so we endeavor to use it, in particular, for our clients from the Retail & Ecommerce.
Our tech stack:
- back-end frameworks: AngularJS, Vue.js, Django, Node.js, Laravel, and React
- mobile frameworks: Ionic, React Native, and Flutter.
We develop native mobile applications, as well.
If you do have a challenging idea - Inmost is here to fulfill it.
Basket App connects shoppers with local grocery stores. It helps to search for fresh produces, purchase these, and track deliveries in real-time mode.
Key App's features:
- the built-in messenger is enhanced with audio and photo add-ons
- there's an option to schedule a delivery
- lists all major grocery chains
- allows users to search by the recipe and pick up shop ingredients.
Dynamic Body Technology has contracted us to upgrade its digital platform for measuring and tracking body movement at high sample rates in 3D.
We stabilized the platform, expanded its functionality, and performed major updates.
We also developed an algorithm of the two sensors for their correct execution and storage of their records and migrated the database to AWS.
Now, the digital solution serves for both in-practice and remote monitoring of patients and their recovery.
The App helps physicians to track and improve their patients' health, in particular:
- create personalized health plans
- track patient's health records.
We've developed 5 applications that form a united digital ecosystem that allows working with:
- common diseases
- mental illness
Seat App allows public venues or events visitors to order meals from takeaway food restaurants - right to the place where they seat.
The software was designed to solve a problem that accompanies pretty any social occasion, that is - long-tailed queues for food and drinks during breaks.
The portal consist of 3 modules:
- a Seat App for users - to search & pay for meals; available on both iOS and Android devices
- an Android application for food vendors - to process orders
- a CRM system for food vendors - to help them manage selling and delivery processes.
This is an innovative digital Healthcare solution. Dyop is used to determine the acuity and refraction endpoint and to measure acuity faster.
- a controller function - via the IR Remote Controller, Keyboard shortcuts, iPad Controller, and repeat monitor.
- the platform's interface is integrated with an answer screen, which allows the doctor to view and control sizing, spin direction, pausing, and switching the spinning target
- an improved acuity test - to measure acuity ranges more precisely.
The App allows physicians to better take care of their patients.
They no longer need to go door to door or skip through textbooks, because all medical histories are being stored within a single digital system.
The App connects US farmers and consumers and allows selling fresh produce online - bypassing retail chains, food markets, and other middlemen.
People can choose farmers close to their living area, check out the assortment, and place an order & pay for it.
- an optimized payment process due to a Stripe platform integration
- a convenient search option
- a buyer and a seller can negotiate directly via the App.
The digital platform was designed to facilitate payments - for either businesses or individuals.
We delivered the entire software architecture, as well as design, infrastructure, and data structure.
- advanced security system
- users can verify goods' and services' quality before making a money transaction to the vendor
- payments by QR code
- an option to pay by mVisa ID.
The platform was designed to be a personal assistant for users who have little or no previous experience in Investments but are eager to buy stocks or other securities.
The App teaches users how and where to invest money, provides useful guidance, and shows statistics on portfolios' performance.
The App was designed to facilitate the insurance claims process and be a user's assistant in insurance matters.
The App makes all transactions more transparent and improves the overall insurance accessibility for policyholders.
This Health & Wellness App was designed to help users track their physical activity and take control over nutrition.
Depending on the input user's data, the application offers personalized workouts & meals plans and sends reminders - to encourage a user to stick to these.
- users can create photorealistic digital 3D avatars - to see how they will look after the weight loss
- a chatbot - for contacting a doctor and managing appointments
- the progress can be monitored in a real-time mode.
The application was designed to ease the events' tickets booking process.
Users can use it to search for particular shows, exhibitions, concerts, histrionics, or browse what's happening nearby, select and save the liked ones, and then securely proceed with a money transaction.
- all booking orders are processed automatically
- the commercial data is available in a real-time mode
- the system prevents fake tickets distributions
- common & reliable online payment systems.
The food delivery App for the Japanese & Italian cuisine network of restaurants.
This is a ready-to-use white-label solution, that is available for purchasing & customization.
Partyology was designed as a package deal for ones who organize either private or on-demand parties.
Partyology is a 3-elements combo:
- an online store with party-related stuff
- a social platform where users can share ideas or photos
- tips & ideas about parties' handling.
- an option to browse & purchase party goods
- an advanced search & filtering options
- useful content - trending designs, references, and bits of advice
- an online store
- an opportunity to save & share pics and ideas with friends.
Cellr is an application that connects wine cellars owners with end-consumers.
- wine labels' scanner
- a global database of wines
- advanced search and sorting options
- an option to add selected wine to the user's profile
- an option to put the wine up for sale
- an option to select the most convenient delivery method
- an option to import data from CellarTracker and Vivino.
"They get our vision, they’re committed to it, and I’ve been working with them since we started developing the app."
A wine sales agency was looking to develop a consumer-friendly mobile app, so they engaged with Inmost for their mobile app development services. The app is compatible with the iOS platform.
"They get our vision, they’re committed to it, and I’ve been working with them since we started developing the app."
Jul 23, 2021
The client has been highly pleased with their partnership with Inmost, citing the diversity of their team and the stability of their development process as their most impressive strengths. The team maintains a high level of communication, as they continue to be committed and engaged to the project.
A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.
Introduce your business and what you do there.
My organization is called Cellar Ventures, and I’m the CEO.
What challenge were you trying to address with Inmost?
We set out to work with Inmost from the beginning, to develop a mobile app for our new wine business, because we want to connect consumers directly to consumer wine sales.
What was the scope of their involvement?
What we’re having them do is design and build the entire app. This isn’t a revamp or reskin project, this is completely done from the ground up. We want this app to have the ability for users to track their wine, inventory, and items they want to put into a wishlist — they can also view their items by producer, by vintage, or by region.
The second part of the project is to connect cellar owners directly, and give them the ability to buy and trade from other cellar owners. At the current time, the app also gives cellar owners the ability to migrate their data over from other platforms — using an API that allows them to easily import their wines from other sites. Right now, we’re rolling out a complete trading platform that allows cellar owners to transact with each other.
Additionally, we’ve incorporated further functionality with INTELEtrack, and through that, we do identity and age verifications. The app is only available for iOS, and we’re not going to Android any time soon, since we’ve got far too many features to work in.
They’ve been an active partner, and we’re getting ready to roll out a redesign and relaunch of our website, which they’re also managing for us.
What is the team composition?
We’ve probably been working with at least half a dozen people, depending on the functionality we’re working on. My main point of contact is Dmytro (Founder).
How did you come to work with Inmost?
I had interviewed a number of different mobile app firms, looking at their portfolios and the work they’ve done — but, I was also trying to find a firm that had an aesthetic design approach that I thought would be compatible with us — and that’s what I saw with Inmost. I highly anticipated that we were probably going to have to change firms at some point because we might either outgrow them, or perhaps they wouldn’t be able to see our vision.
However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Inmost had been a great partner. They get our vision, they’re committed to it, and I’ve been working with them since we started developing the app.
How much have you invested with them?
For the app development, I would say we’re probably approaching close to $100,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started the actual development in January 2020, and it’s still ongoing.
What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
From a metrics perspective, we’ve been working together quite efficiently. We keep our sprints on the shorter side, but sometimes we’ll have sprints that’ll last anywhere from 2–3 weeks, so we keep a high degree of communication. As soon as we finish the sprint, testing, and review, we move on to the next one.
Where the company has been effective is in the stability of their own team. We haven’t had a lot of turnover on most of the staff that’s been working on the project, because Inmost does a lot to recruit, train, and motivate their team. We’ve seen that from the folks who continue to be committed and engaged in our projects.
How did Inmost perform from a project management standpoint?
We have a day-to-day communication via email, and a stand-up call once per week where we discuss any open items, questions, future sprints, and challenges related to integrating different platforms into the app.
What did you find most impressive about them?
We’re impressed with the stability of the Inmost team — it’s been a big success factor. There are always situations where people move for new opportunities, but we’ve had great stability with the team, and that has played a role in continuing development where we don’t have to retrain, or bring anybody up to speed.
The other part of that is their team composition. I found that they have a very well-rounded and complete team, that is able to support us in the front- and backend, the project management, and QA. it’s not just the project manager who communicates our views and feedback to the team, we’ll actually have the developers on the call with us. Having the developer engage with the customer makes the messaging clearer.
Are there any areas they could improve?
There’s always room for improvement, but I believe that Inmost has been one of our more effective partners over the last 18 months, so I don’t really have any criticism — they’ve been very complete with their execution and delivery.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
What I would say to any firm that’s looking to engage with Inmost, is that you have to be very clear about what you want, and what your endgame is. You need to know exactly where you’re headed so that you can guide your partner appropriately. Define your path when working in app development, or else you’re just going to end up burning cash resources.