What was the scope of their involvement?
Keplercode serves as our go-to development team and has built the bulk of our software. Typically, we design the interface in-house and provide them with technical documents and wireframes. They then translate our mockups into code, generating an accurate, pixel-perfect design. In terms of technologies, we use React on the frontend, a .NET web API, Azure, and a SQL server.
Rather than relying on impartial social media influencers, the software enables companies to analyze their customer base and do data enrichment. With our tool, companies can find super fans who are already talking about their brand on social media. They can then engage with and transform their customers into viable influencers. Currently, Keplercode is working on additional features and provide QA support.
What is the team composition?
They’ve assigned four developers and a QA engineer.
How did you come to work with Keplercode?
I’d initially worked with several of their team members on a previous project. At the time, we were all working for different companies. My firm had outsourced a large portion of our development to them, so we developed a good working relationship. When I moved to Wooly, I reached out to them.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve spent about $120,000 thus far.
What is the status of this engagement?
Their work started in October 2017 and is ongoing. Although we have a consulting agreement, I don’t foresee the relationship ending ever.