What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
Photographers, content creators, and content consumers can use the platform now that it’s been launched to the market. Many of them were really amazed by the design. It’s striking and qualitative, while still being to the point. The security was also a huge plus point. They did security audits, ensuring that everything was perfect in that area.
We had an ICO presale phase, in order to get in touch with the community. We’ve had beta testers and people in the community downloading the app, receiving very positive feedback. We’ve gotten requests to develop the MVP further in terms of functionality because its performance is good.
How did Jelvix perform from a project management standpoint?
They used Jira for project management. We had someone in charge of supervising everything and reporting when each task would be accomplished, as well as who would do it and how.
The technical documentation was excellent: it described everything in detail, which helped me a lot. I’m quite controlling in this sense, so the project coordinator probably suffered from my numerous suggestions. I wrote to him constantly, and he handled it with confidence. We had frequent calls and I also received activity reports, so everything was really transparent.
What did you find most impressive about them?
I really valued the fact that they met all the deadlines as that was really important for me and my activities. I also think their attitude was impressive, particularly their approach to solving problems. Their team was on the same page as me: they were thinking about the market and functionality, as well as the expectations of the users. They focused on the business problem, rather than just the tech problem.
Are there any areas they could improve?
I can’t think of anything negative.
Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?
Go to them and explain what you’re trying to achieve in terms of business goals, growth, and customer experience. Jelvix is able to dive into a problem and understand it, and then find the right solution.