What was the scope of their involvement?
Our largest project together was Tourburst, a mobile app for a small community in rural Illinois. The region usually attracts about 60,000 tourists each year. Visitors are often unaware all of the attractions to see because they’re not listed on Google. We also created the same app for the entire state of Mississippi.
inVeritaSoft stayed involved from requirements and concept stage all the way through the build. They developed versions for Android and iOS based on the requirements we gave them. All of the apps they’ve built for us feature geofences, push notifications, and admin panels with security protocols for different levels of authentication.
Maps are the most essential components of our apps. inVeritaSoft created a solution that’s simple and robust at the same time. When the user is looking for something fun to do on locally on their trip, the product makes it easy to locate interesting options. Results can be sorted in accordance with location and time.
Currently, they’re working on APIs for the websites we produce for our clients. They also handle our server uploads and store interaction with iOS’s App Store and Android’s Google Play. We have three pieces of software under development with inVeritaSoft, one of which is up to version four.
What is the team composition?
They assigned us one project manager, one client manager, a team of 2-3 iOS developers, and about 6-7 people for Android, backend, and admin panel development.
How did you come to work with inVeritaSoft?
I traveled to Ukraine a few times during my work with different software companies. A vendor we’d used was underperforming, so we needed a replacement. One of the owners of inVeritaSoft reached out to me via LinkedIn. Based on our discussion, he said he could fix the situation.
How much have you invested with them?
We paid $48,000 for version three of Tourburst.
What is the status of this engagement?
We worked together from April – June 2018. We just completed the upgrade requirements for version 3.5 and 4.0 at a meeting less than two weeks ago.
Now, we’re getting ready to hand off a couple more projects to them. Since another developer has dropped the ball on our medical software, we’ll probably have inVeritaSoft take over that one, as well.