Scripting a Better Future

A unique IT Service company that imbibes leading technologies and processes and helps its clients disrupt industry. Some of the projects that we have been involved in are a simulation engine for one of the world's largest armies, an Internet of Things based water purification and dispensation solution and a device that monitors drivers behavior.

We like to collaborate with our clients as true partners and for us, problems are not just around technology but also involve the business case they are looking to address. We are technology agnostic but embrace the advantages of Opensource and leverage tools like RoR, Python, Hive, 

Our Services

  • Web & Mobile Application Development: Native (Android & iOS) and Crossplatform (PhoneGap etc.) Ruby on Rails, C, C#, Java, Ember.js, Node.js, Angular.js, React.js, .NET, Python
  • ERP/CRM Implementation: Opensource (Odoo etc..)
  • Testing Services: Selenium, Cucumber, Capybara
  • IoT Development

Case Studies

  • Wipro
  • Larsen & Tubro
  • The Indian Army
  • Supply Chain Finance giant headquartered in the US
  • Marks & Clerks
 
$5,000+
 
< $25 / hr
 
50 - 249
 Founded
2010
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Noida, India
headquarters
  • Navyug Infosolutions
    G-203, First Floor, Sector-63
    Noida 201301
    India
    +91 120 4347130
other locations
  • Navyug Infosolutions
    24101 Marathon Street
    Mission Viejo, CA 92691
    United States
    +1 949 299 0282
  • Navyug Infosolutions
    Langer Weg 16
    Frankfurt am Main 60489
    Germany
    +49 176 34651507
  • Navyug Infosolutions New Delhi, DL
    India

Portfolio

Key clients: 

Our major clients include Wipro, L&T, Genability, CrediHealth and the Indian Army, to name a few.

Paytronics Network : Electronic Payment Network

Executive Summary:

Paytronic is a privately held company funded by Odyssey Capital and India’s leading electronic payment networks company. Paytronic is in the business of implementing and operating payment networks for multiple services like mobile prepaid top-up, DTH top-up and Cash acceptance for various services providers/ utilities.

Features:

  • Removal of bugs from the existing system to increase service predictability and consistency.
  • Development of a robust and scalable infrastructure to meet the future forecast demand.
  • Mobile app for mobile top-up, DTH top-up and various ticketing/bill payment services.
  • Mobile & D2H recharging and rail & flight ticket booking.
  • Gaming website to accept payments from customers on this network.

Technology:

  • Technologies: Java, Javascript, Eclips, Glassfish and SVN.
  • Frameworks: Spring and Emberjs.
  • Testing Tools: JUnit.
  • ...

Azad : Wealth Management Web App

Executive Summary:

The AZAD web app helps Users achieve financial freedom through sound management of their financial plans. The app acts as a bridge between Users and certified AZAD Coach Financial Experts (ACE).

Technology:

  • Technologies: Ruby on Rails, EmberJS, Ember Data, jQuery, Twitter Bootstrap.
  • Platforms: Developed for Web.
  • Database: PostgreSQL
  • Deployment & Testing:  AWS, Jenkins for CI, Rspec, Cucumber for Integration Testing and Capistrano for Deployment.
  • Support Tools: Balsamiq Mockups, RubyMine IDE, Git Repository, Trac for Ticketing.

Business Benefits:

  • Through timely application development, Serengeti-Ventures achieved rapid go-to-market for AZAD.
  • AZAD is attracting over 5000 New Users every year.
  • Interactive features are ensuring continuous Client engagement with AZAD.
  • Financial tasks have become less of a burden for Clients through features...

AAA Vehicleades : CMS Based Drupal Website

Executive Summary:

Navyug designed and developed a custom CMS Website for AAA Vehiclades (www.vehicleades.com), one of North India’s largest Maruti Car Dealerships, to display data on all Maruti Variants, Spares, Accessories and Customer Offers at its outlets in New Delhi / NCR.

Features:

  • CMS Website with Admin Panel.
  • Customer Logins with Data on Customer vehicle(s) and customer interactions with AAA Vehicleades.
  • Search New and True Value Cars, Compare Cars, Buy / Sell a Car, Book a Test Drive.
  • Accessories details and Discount Offers to Various categories of customers.
  • Car Finance and Insurance Offers.
  • Calculator: Customers can calculate a Car price inclusive of discounts and offers.
  • Careers and On-site Job Application.
  • Admin can upload CSVs of Prices, Features, Offers, etc

Technology:

  • Technology: PHP.
  • Platform: Drupal.
  • Database: Amazon...

Garg : ERP for Cable Manufacturer

Executive Summary:

Navyug’s Custom OpenERP solution has automated management processes at Garg Associates (a high-end cable manufacturing company).

Modules implemented Include:

  • Manufacturing
  • Purchase
  • Warehousing
  • MRP
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Projects
  • Accounts & Finance

Technology:

  • Platform:OpenERP.
  • Technology:Python and .XML.
  • Database: Amazon AWS and Postgress.
  • Testing Tools : Manual UI testing.
  • Support Tools: Balsamiq Mockups, Aptana IDE, Git Repository, Trac for Ticketing.

Business Benefits:

  • Client’s losses of critical raw materials during the manufacturing process were reduced to 2%.
  • All legacy processes were replaced by ERP.
  • Quality monitoring was enabled over the custom Quality Management Module.
  • Adherence to statutory requirements was achieved through modification of...

Ammi’s Biryani : Food Ordering Mobile App

Executive Summary:

Ammi’s Niryani is a food chain with outlets across India. They needed a Mobile Application to reduce the call center load and to allow users could order food more conveniently and with a shorter response time.

Navyug designed the Application Architecture and Developed the entire application.

Technology:

  • Technology: Phonegap and Javascript.
  • Framework: EmberJS with Handlebars and SASS.
  • Database: PostgresQL.
  • Testing Tools: Selenium, Capybara, Cucumber and Robotium.

Business Benefits:

  • The App helped Ammi’s Biryani immensely by increasing their daily orders, streamlining their orders and delivery processes and reducing response time.
  • Customers could now place orders online using the mobile app without any interaction with a call center – thus reducing load on the call center.
  • Users were provided a number of value added features like finding nearby outlets,...

e-Suite : Corporate Internal Training

Executive Summary:

A WEB based multi-user environment for a corporate to manage and conduct internal training for its employees and associates.

Features:

  • Creation of the organization’s hierarchy.
  • An asset library with Course and Lesson Plan creation.
  • Allocation of Training Courses to trainees.
  • Employees go through allocated Courses in their own time.
  • Delivery of lesson plans in classrooms is also possible.
  • Assessment and issue of Certificates to employees

Technology:

  • Technologies: Ruby on Rails, Ember.js, Faye.
  • Platform: Developed for Web.
  • Database: Postgres.
  • Testing Tools: AWS, Jenkins for CI, Rspec , Selenium, Capybara and Cucumber for Integration Testing and Capistrano for Deployment.

Business Benefits:

  • The application is scalable across large organizations.
  • It can also be white-labeled for organizations....

A US Company : Supply Chain Finance

Executive Summary:

Navyug acts as the development center for a multinational Supply Chain Finance giant headquartered in the US. The Web and Mobile Solution provides supply chain financing to vendors of very large end-clients (large corporate / industrial clients) through participating banks.

Service to the Client include:

  • Development and Product support.
  • Manual and Automation Testing.

Technology:

  • Technology: Ruby 1.9.3 / 2.0 , Javascript, RabbitMQ, Custom OAuth, Custom Ember Widget Library, Clojure, Redis Sidekiq, Bootstrap and Datamapper.
  • Platform: Rails and Emberjs.
  • Database: Postgres 9.3.
  • Deployment & Testing: EngineYard, EC2 AWS and Chef.

Business Benefits:

  • The Client business has expanded substantially and has obtained a second round of equity funding and is seeking to expand business further.
  • The Client has also won an award in its domain....

K R Mangalam : LCMS for Schools

Executive Summary:

A web based Learning Content Management System with a multi-user environment where teachers across multiple schools may create, store, reuse, manage and deliver digital learning content from a central repository.

The application ensures the same quality of teaching and educational content across schools makes classroom teaching easy and effective.

Features:

  • An asset library.
  • Lesson Plan creation.
  • Delivery of lesson plans in classrooms.
  • On the spot quizzes.

Technology:

  • Technologies: Java, Javascript and Velocity.
  • Framework: Spring framework 2.5 and Emberjs.
  • Database: MySQL 5.0.41.
  • Testing Tools: Junit, Cucumber and Selenium.

Business Benefits:

  • Centralization of content was achieved ever over limited bandwidths – school servers sync with the central server once a day. Thereafter, content is easily distributed within...

Genability : Optimizing Electricity Consumption and Payment

Executive Summary:

A company founded to bring transparency in electricity pricing through information gathered from over 3500 electricity providers throughout North America. The company’s aim was to put the data into the hands of electricity consumers and companies so that they could make informed decisions about when to use, store and sell electricity.

Features:

  • A Rating engine to suggests a tariff plan suited to the User’s needs with 99% accuracy.
  • Provide information on electric pricing and tariff plan, letting Users make informed decision about usage.
  • Send signals or schedule operation of any connected device using customer-specific electricity prices.

Technology:

  • Technology: Java, Flex and HTML5
  • Framework: Spring and Montage studio.
  • Database: Apache WebServer, Tomcat, MySQL and MongoDB
  • Testing Tools : Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara, rSpec and Jmeter

Business...

Indian Army (CE EC) : Personnel Management Solution

Executive Summary:

This Personnel Management Web App helps Chief Engineer Eastern Command manage all personnel processes for a very complex hierarchy of over 11000 personnel in Eastern Command MES organizations.

  • Technology:
  • Technology: Ruby
  • Platform: Rails
  • Database: Postgres
  • Deployment & Testing : Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara, rSpec and Jmeter.
  • Support Tools: RubyMine, Git and Trac

Business Benefits:

  • A quantum shift from manual data management to automation of most personnel processes.
  • Different departments manage different categories of personnel and functions – while the system enforces data integrity through a 100%, searchable audit log.
  • Posting processes which earlier took weeks now take only minutes to execute.
  • Users can now run complex search queries to extract all kinds of data.

Indian Army (E-in-C) : Inventory Management

Executive Summary:

This Inventory Management Solution provides a unique method to exchange and consolidate inventory data at Army Headquarters level:

Servers at both E-in-C’s Branch (Army Headquarters) and 100+ Engineer Units exchange data manually over encrypted CDs. The data received at both ends is decrypted and synced at the Servers.

Web Clients at both Army Headquarters and Unit ends allow access and analysis of inventory data.

Technology:

  • Technology: Ruby.
  • Framework: Rails.
  • Database: Postgress.
  • Testing Tools : Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara, rSpec and Jmeter.
  • Support Tools: RubyMine, Git and Trac.

Business Benefits:

  • Staff at Army Headquarters can update, monitor and compare inventories of Engineer Stores held by 110+ organizations spread across India.
  • All inventory categories, items, authorizations are configurable – this makes the application extendable and...

E1B AND MS 12 (Indian Army) : Officers Postings Management

Executive Summary:

These Quantified Posting Management Solutions ( 2 Web Applications) provide Branches of Indian Army Headquarters a Decision Support System to reach better posting decisions for Indian Army Officers and MES Officers.

Features:

  • Maintaining personnel data of Corps of Engineers Army Officers /  MES Officers.
  • Defining complex, configurable rules to shortlist officers for postings.
  • Run posting rules to identify the best man for the best job.
  • Posting Process management, from inception to issue of Posting Orders.
  • Maintain Noting Sheets.
  • Maintain Data on ACRs.

Technology:

  • Technology: Ruby, drools (rules engine), Java, Kettle and Javascript.
  • Framework: Rails, Spring and Emberjs.
  • Database: Postgres.
  • Testing Tools: Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara, rSpec and Jmeter.
  • Support Tools: RubyMine, Git and Trac

Business Benefits:...

CrediHealth : Online Health Management

Executive Summary:

A patient oriented website, Credihealth.com provides a platform to view, compare and provide feedback on doctors, hospitals, and diagnostic centres. Patients use this information to make a well-informed decision for minor and major health conditions and diseases treated.

Credihealth ensures a hassle free experience for patients. Credihealth is emerging as an unbiased marketing and sales platform for partner hospitals and health care providers.

Features:

  • Search and compare Doctors and Hospitals and book appointments.
  • Post queries.
  • Get comparative quotes for a procedure from different hospitals.
  • Blogs and Health advice.

Technology:

  • Technologies: Ruby on Rails, Emberjs, Faye (IM and Chat) and Phonegap, Phantomjs
  • Platforms: Developed for Web , iOS , Android
  • Database: Postgres
  • Search: Solr
  • Deployment & Testing:  AWS, Jenkins for CI,...

Sparsh : Dynamic DNS Allocation

Executive Summary:

Development of Dynamic DNS Allocation System for Sparsh Securities to allow their DVR (Digital Video Recorder) vendors to create DNSs for devices sold to end-customers.

Features:

  • Devices can be configured with the DDNS Service.
  • DDNS sends “API” calls to update its status on Sparsh servers.
  • Users login to their accounts and monitor their DVRs (Digital Video Recorders).

Technology:

  • Technology : Ruby and Amazon Route 53.
  • Platform      : Rails.
  • Database    : PostgresQL and Amazon SES.

Business Benefits:

  • Client received huge appreciation from new & existing customers for this feature.
  • Users can stream video recordings remotely from anywhere with zero downtime.
  • Users can anytime retrieve previous recording stored on remote servers.

Samriddhi : OpenERP Customization

Executive Summary:

Navyug’s Customized OpenERP solution helps Samriddhi Securities (a security equipment manufacturer with manufacturing units at multiple locations) provide sales and after sales services both to dealers and end-users.

Features:

  • Company Configuration: Management of Company data including Departments and Employees (including Sales Department).
  • Inventory and Warehouse Management.
  • Sales Module: Complete sales cycle from Leads generation to Supply Order.
  • CRM: Comprehensive Module to manage all types of customer interactions including inquiries.
  • After Sales Service and Support.
  • Purchase Management
  • Management of warranties, returns, replacements and repairs.
  • Integration with Tally ERP.

Technology:

  • Platform         : OpenERP.
  • Technology    : Python and .XML.
  • Database       : Amazon AWS and Postgress.
  • Testing Tools  :...

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Executive Summary:

As per the requirement Navyug finalized, Designed and Developed the entire WEB based survey APPLICATION- for the Bio-Acoustical Utilization Device (BAUD) that creates sonic waves that coincide with brain frequencies measured by an electroencephalogram, which helps doctors in making informed decisions relating to patient.

TECHNOLOGY USED:-

  • Technologies               : Ruby, Handlebars, Javascript, Jquery and CSS.
  • Platform                      : Rails, Nodejs and Emberjs.
  • Database                    : Postgres.
  • Deployment & Testing :Capistrano , Aptana Studio, SVN and Selenium

Dana Choga’s Kitchen : Food Ordering Mobile App

Dana Choga is a food chain with outlets across India. They needed a Mobile Application to reduce the call center load and to allow Users could order food more conveniently and with a shorter response time.

Navyug designed the Application Architecture and Developed the entire application.

FEATURES:

  • Provide Users the ability to easily order food, select and apply discounts and pay for their orders online.
  • Functionality for a User to track an order.
  • Store an order and use the same for repeat orders.
  • Other features like Location of nearby outlets, provide Feedback and Contact the Head Office.

TECHNOLOGY

  • Technology: Phonegap and Javascript.
  • Framework: EmberJS with Handlebars and SASS.
  • Database: PostgresQL.
  • Testing Tools: Selenium, Capybara, Cucumber and Robotium.
     

BUSINESS BENEFITS

The App helped DANA CHOGA immensely by increasing their daily...

Patient Next Door : App Connecting Patients & Doctors

The project includes a mobile app (iOS and Android) that helps a patient to connect with Patients and Doctors with similar problems (diseases) or relevant experience respectively and a mobile platform with search and other features.

FEATURES:

Search for people related to problems that a user needs advice on (might be a doctor who treats the problem or a patient who is undergoing treatment for the same problem).

  • Calling option.
  • Chatting Option.
  • Book services.
  • Read about issues related to your problem at forums.
  • Submit articles to forums.

TECHNOLOGY

  • Technology: Ruby and Javascript.
  • Platform: Rails, EmberJs and Cordova.
  • Database: PostgresQL.
  • Testing Tools: Capistrano, Aptana Studio, SVN and Selenium.

BUSINESS BENEFITS

The project is currently undergoing delivery.

Marks & Clerks : Patent Search Application

The project included web app development for a leading patent and trade mark attorney firm in UK (Marks & Clerk) to automate their patent services and to track reciprocity data from associate law firms and partners all over the world.

FEATURES:

  • A Web-based tool to help attorneys easily select partners based on certain eligibility criteria.
  • A Patent buying and selling service.
  • A Patent inquiry module was added to the website.
  • Recording and tracking Patent related data from multiple patent offices.

TECHNOLOGY

  • Technologies: Ruby and Javascript.
  • Platform: Rails and Emberjs.
  • Database: MySql.
  • Testing Tools: Capistrano and Selenium.
  • Support Tools: Aptana Studio and SVN

BUSINESS BENEFITS

  • The implementation automated the Company’s Patent discovery services.
  • The attorney could easily choose a partner and keep track of their work based on...

Indian Army (OTA Gaya) : Officer Cadets Training Management

This Training Solution helps trainers to seamlessly monitor, assess, record and compare the performance of trainees anywhere – in office and in the field. Trainers can enter data on their laptops during exercises and sync it with a central server on return. Reports and results are auto-generated.

FEATURES:

  • Maintaining data on all activities and tests related to training of Indian Army Officer Cadets.
  • Trainers can enter data in the field on the laptops.
  • Data can be synced with Servers at Academy level from Client machines in offices.
  • Reports, including Graphical Reports, can be generated.
  • Results and Comparative performance of Cadets and Training Organizations (Battalions, Companies, and Platoons) can also be generated.

TECHNOLOGY

  • Technology: Javascript.
  • Framework: Emberjs, Nodejs and Loopback.
  • Database: Postgres.
  • Testing Tools: Mocha and Chai.
  • Technology...

Larsen & Tubro : Dynamic DNS Allocation

Development of Dynamic DNS Allocation System for L&T Electrical and Automation to allow their DVR (Digital Video Recorder) vendors to create DNSs for devices sold to end-customers.

FEATURES:

  • Devices can be configured with the DDNS Service.
  • DDNS sends “API” calls to update its status on Sparsh servers.
  • Users login to their accounts and monitor their DVRs (Digital Video Recorders).

TECHNOLOGY

  • Technology: Ruby and Amazon Route 53.
  • Platform: Rails.
  • Database: PostgresQL and Amazon SES.

BUSINESS BENEFITS

Client received huge appreciation from new & existing customers for this feature.

Users can stream video recordings remotely from anywhere with zero downtime.

Users can anytime retrieve the previous recording stored on remote servers.

Wipro : Lead Procurement Mobile App

The project included a Web and Mobile App (iOS and Android) for WCCLG Sales staff to enter their local reimbursement claims in the field, along with lead details while making calls upon existing / prospective customers. The Web App extracts significant sales information from this data and generates Sales Reports.

TECHNOLOGY

Technology: PhoneGap, Java script and Ruby.

Framework: Rails, emberjs and Android.

Database: Postgres.

Testing Tools: Cucumber, Selenium, Capybara and Robotium.

Support Tools: RubyMine, Git and Trac.

BUSINESS BENEFITS

The Client was able to capture critical Sales data, which was usually lost earlier.

The Client was also able to generate Sales Reports automatically from the captured data.

In addition, Sales staff had an incentive for filling Sales Data, as this was linked to their reimbursement claims.

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Job Application Dev for Engineering Recruitment Company

"They solved all problems and developed the solution that we wanted."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
May 2014 - Feb. 2015
Project summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions developed and invested in an e-recruitment platform that tracks the whole recruitment process, taking on all tasks related to backend and frontend development and design.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
India
Pankaj Mittal
Co-Founder, ARCHELONS
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions created a useful platform and even helped build an Oracle tool for classifying millions of resumes, something that most other vendors wouldn’t do. They were involved in the whole process, from conceptualization to delivery, and never backed down from challenging situations.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I am the co-founder of ARCHELONS, a recruitment company that’s been in business in 18 countries for the past 10 years.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We’re primarily a traditional recruitment company and we wanted to get into the e-recruitment space. We’ve seen that technology can help scale up our business, especially if we can connect a lot of independent recruiters with our clients based on our specifications.

We thought of creating a platform where we can engage independent recruiters and also grade them, as well as our clients. This is why we contacted Navyug.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We created an e-recruitment platform called End Jobs; the concept was to connect a lot of independent recruiters with the different clients that are associated with us. The platform itself can be used to track the complete recruitment process.

Navyug Infosolutions not only agreed to develop this platform but to also invest in us. They were involved right from the start when it was just a concept and worked in the development as well, including backend and frontend coding. They helped in designing the user interface and in defining the complete system workflow as well as the different software systems of End Jobs.

We uploaded the entire recruitment workflow onto the system, which starts with job posting and ends with the candidate being hired. The entire process is mapped on the End Jobs’ workflow and its main feature is to classify the resumes by obtaining each candidate’s skills such as education, employment details, and their personal information, all of which are automatically uploaded to the candidate´s social profile.

Navyug also created a simple application where we can categorize the candidates depending on the client’s preferences. The system automatically ranks the profiles based on the client’s choices. We created a kind of indexing engine using the elastic search; it can store a large number of our resumes and supply one very fast.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions?

I knew someone who had been working for Navyug for quite some time. When I presented this idea to him, he organized a meeting with Sunil, their CEO. I didn’t evaluate Navyug before starting to work with them; it was mostly the trust in my contact that led us to work with them.

How much have you invested with them?

The total cost of the project was $80,000. Since they're involved in this project’s success, the cost was more than we thought it would be. We were estimating that it would be around $50,000–$60,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started the project in May 2014 and it lasted about 9 months. In February 2015, the first version was completed and then there was a small team that kept working on enhancements and things like that.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

They were involved not only in the development but were also part of the concept and participated in solving some of the difficult problems, which isn’t something you find in most software companies.

The user feedback is primarily handled by our team, and whenever we have any requirements, we pass them on to Navyug.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

We had weekly meetings and communicated through phone and email. They have an in-house project management tool which gives us an idea of how the project is going. We can see the effort as well as the cost online. The system was also used to give feedback to their own internal teams, which was useful because that way they were also aware of the timelines and the cost of the project.

What did you find most impressive about them?

They don’t say no, even to a complex problem. They always find a solution or develop one that doesn´t exist in the market.

We were actually categorizing around 16 million resumes into different buckets, including company details. They worked on the coding of one of our tools that was available in Oracle — something other software companies don’t do. After that, we could easily classify the resumes and find out the proximity between two resumes using that system.

Are there any areas they could improve?

Not really; I think everything was good.

4.0
Overall Score
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    They have a project management tool to work with the client. Sometimes, when they are solving complicated problems, the schedule gets delayed because they spend too much time on a particular issue.
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    They are a little more expensive than other software companies.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    They solved all problems and developed the solution that we wanted.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    If you’re developing a simple system like a website project or a workflow project, then Navyug will definitely be costly. If you’re developing a complex system, I would recommend Navyug Infosolutions.

Mobile App Development for Startup

"They are technically competent and have the right attitude."

Quality: 
4.0
Schedule: 
3.5
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Less than $10,000
 
May 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions took over the engineering of a 2-way corporate communications app, redeveloping and retesting the Android product and expanding its functionality on iOS. They now provide maintenance. 

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
India
Sanjiv Arora
Director, People Grid
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

After launching on a smaller scale, the finished app attracted interest from major customers and drew positive feedback from initial users. Navyug Infosolutions quick understanding of project goals, disciplined workflow, and eagerness to meet expectations continue to drive success. 

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m a director at People Grid, which is a startup that has developed a mobile app solution that delivers various solutions for employees and customers, helping companies engage people through an awareness program and online feedback system within the app. We are promoting the platform in India. 

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We wanted to build a 2-way communication solution for boosting employee involvement and productivity, encouraging them to spend less time on WhatsApp and other tools. We focused on engaging people through a better knowledge, training, and awareness system with real-time feedback to let the company know which employees are dissatisfied.

I’ve been a developer for more than 25 years, so I decided to handle the architecture and app design in-house. We wanted to retain control of operations and business development, but we didn’t want to get into development as much, although we could have. It was easier for us to evaluate a company and approach them as a third-party.

We initially worked with a small vendor that closed after only a couple of months. Our second vendor had a good team but couldn’t deliver things on time. Navyug was our third option. 

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Navyug initially worked on our Android app, taking over from the previous vendor. Then, we expanded to iOS. They had to redevelop and retest the existing work and present it to us in a functioning state.

They were able to grasp our expectations quickly and had no problems understanding what we wanted from a business standpoint. This contributed to a satisfactory output. We have a comprehensive business solution, so understanding the logic behind it was essential.

The solution is suitable for any industry that employs people in large numbers. It can be used for engagement on multiple topics and groups, wherever employees need to provide more output and be more productive. A person working for 7 hours in a company will not necessarily provide 7 hours of output. A study we looked at found that 54% of all employees were disengaged with their company. In order to reduce this number, we need to make them aware of new things at their companies, recognize how to improve their working style, appreciate the general culture and attitude, and simultaneously collect feedback from users.

The app delivers real-time business intelligence and analytics about certain groups of people on certain projects or topics. It's flexible enough to be implemented in almost any industry.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions?

We were introduced to the company by a reference. Their principals are well-established professionals, and 1 of Navyug’s salespeople is an ex-army person. He lends a sense of discipline, which flows down to the developers. Navyug is not a show-off company, as opposed to others with high visibility but low-quality outputs. I had worked with another company that was comparatively larger than Navyug but terrible. They had a much better portfolio and image but couldn’t handle the work.

We met Navyug, looked at their team and portfolio, and hired them to develop our app. It’s easy to find coders, but finding a team that can sync and achieve a good output is more difficult. Navyug understood the technical nitty-gritty of the app and offered suggestions on how to improve some aspects that I, as an architect, missed.

How much have you invested with Navyug Infosolutions?

The cost of their work was about $8,000. Indian development is a bit cheaper compared to other countries.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug around May or June 2016. The initial project ended in November, but we still work with Navyug for the maintenance of the platform. The apps are available on Google Play and the Apple App Store. 

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or impact of the engagement?

We have launched the app on a smaller scale. We have been slow with the business development aspect and are trying to increase our numbers. We are looking at some big customers at the moment.

I would rate Navyug’s work a 9/10, relative to our expectations. We have some improvements to make still, which will be phase 2 for us. The user feedback has been positive, but volumes are still low. People have seen value in the product.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

I was able to get my solution up-and-running faster than with other companies, which took considerably more time testing and didn’t deliver a good output in the end. If the rework is reduced, it also reduces the time necessary for delivery, and this metric was very low in Navyug’s case.

They were professional in handling the project, keeping track of our timelines and the hours worked by each resource, and informing me ahead of time of the availability or non-availability of those resources. It was a well-managed and well-communicated project. I didn’t have any complaints.

We mostly communicated through email, but I did drop by Navyug’s office a few times to meet the team and explain the unique points of what we do. We had a meeting per month.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug Infosolutions?

The most important aspect has been the people selected by Navyug’s team. They are technically competent and have the right attitude.

Are there any areas Navyug Infosolutions could improve?

I don’t have any changes to suggest. I’m content with our current status. 

4.0
Overall Score They are headed by committed and genuine people.
  • 3.5 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    I received the quality I wanted without much hassle.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I would be happy to refer Navyug, and I will continue to use them to meet my business goals.

App and Web Dev for Tire Company

"We received a glitch-free website in no time."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
4.5
The Project
 
Less than $10,000
 
Feb. 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions redesigned a tire-service website, streamlining the UX/UI and simplifying the ordering process via drop-down menus and graphics. They now conduct mobile app development and updates. 

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
India
Sumit Singh
Director & Co-Founder, TyresNMore
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The new platform boasts improved client-facing messaging and performs reliably, thanks to Navyug Infosolutions’ attention to detail and expert suggestions. Their commitment to deadlines, accessibility, and rapid turnaround time continue to drive success. 

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

My partner and I founded TiresNMore 3 years ago. Our business is the first doorstep tire-fitting service in India. We sell tires in New Delhi and Bangalore and also visit customers’ homes or offices to replace tires. We handle all requirements, including tire balancing and alignment on location. We now have 7 employees. I act as the director and marketer of the company. 

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We had a problem with our website, as people were finding our services hard to understand. Our business is unique, but customers were not getting the right message. We brought Navyug on board to solve this issue. 

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

People don’t purchase tires every day, so our customers may not come back to our website for the next 2 years. We really just wanted to make people understand our concept and help them choose the right tires for their cars. Navyug transformed our ordering process and improved the client-facing messaging of our business. They had great suggestions for the front-page of our website and found images that illustrate our niche. 

Our prior customer process was complicated, as visitors needed to know what types of cars they had. Navyug came up with a drop-down menu for selecting the brand of a car, followed by the model. The website then shows customers different tire options and helps them choose the most suitable option. They implemented logos for different tire features, such as low-noise, high-durability, high-traction, or fuel-efficient.

Since we have a doorstep service, we wanted to be clear which areas we cover. When a person enters an address, the website will confirm if we can come on-site, ship tires, or don’t service the area. 

We also have a mobile app for customer feedback, which Navyug created in its entirety based on our ideas. We can enter job details and assign particular tasks to certain teams based on their locations. The teams receive notifications on their mobile devices with the details of the customer for whom they need to fit a tire. Once the team reaches the customer’s house, the app’s second page is enabled. This has a form that must be populated alongside the customer with information like how many miles the car has run and how many balancing weights were put onto the tire. Our teams also fill in how much time the job took and which tires were replaced. Once the work is finished, the customer can enter feedback on the app or receive an email later.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions? 

They were recommended to us by someone who’d been happy with their services. We reached out to them a year after we started our business. The person who was taking care of our website wasn’t able to translate our ideas into a customer-friendly site. We started looking for other options and asked for recommendations from friends who had experiences with tech companies. They recommended Navyug.

How much have you invested with Navyug Infosolutions?

We have spent $3,000 on the reworking of the website. Including the mobile app development, the total could be closer to $5,000 or $7,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug 18 months ago. The collaboration is ongoing. 

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or impact of the engagement? 

We are satisfied with Navyug’s work; they accomplished what we asked. The app and website are working well.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

They executed the initial project perfectly on time, which is why we trusted Navyug with the app as well.

We went through quite a few demonstrations—using TeamViewer and at our office—in order to show the workload and assess the site’s look and feel. As suggestions were given, they were incorporated into the work.

Our dedicated project manager was quite helpful, taking calls even on holiday. We never had a problem with communication. We spoke via email and phone calls primarily, with face-to-face meetings on a few occasions.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug Infosolutions?

I appreciate their commitment to the timeline. Our previous company couldn’t build our site in 6 months, but Navyug did it in 60 days. They understood that we needed the website quickly in order to conduct business, and they made improvements on a continuous basis. We received a glitch-free website in no time. They prioritized the shortcomings of our website based on their importance and addressed the crucial items first.

Are there any areas Navyug Infosolutions could improve?

I’m quite satisfied, and I can’t think of anything for Navyug to improve. 

4.5
Overall Score Navyug is a good, ethical provider.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 4.5 NPS
    Willing to refer

LCMS Dev for Software Company

“Navyug stands out because of their flexibility and openness to making changes.”

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.5
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Less than $10,000
 
Aug. - Nov. 2012
Project summary: 

Navyug provided end-to-end development for a CMS that is being used in higher education classrooms. The e-learning software is mobile-responsive and features multimedia assets and questions.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
India
Pritam Dutta
Product Head, Edu-e-Web
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Navyug’s team was committed to creating a user-friendly product, and they were willing to implement changes without charging additional fees. While this delayed the product deployment, the resulting CMS exceeded expectations.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I was the product head of Edu-e-Web at K.R. Mangalam, a software company in the edtech [educational technology] domain. I started the company with one of my friends. We developed software for schools and video learning software for the consumer market.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug?

We were trying to develop a learning content management system. At that time, we wanted to outsource the project because we were running out of human resources. The challenge was we had to scale up from pre-K to 12th grade in a span of 4 months. We had a huge team of multimedia professionals who were developing day in and day out. The system needed provisions to download the content and export it to mobile devices. Our backend learning content management system had to be strong and flexible enough to handle these requirements.  

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

There were 3 deployment phases to the project. We were learning as we were building and deploying this platform. Navyug built the learning content management system from scratch, including a strong backend. They proposed a flexible backend mode that we agreed on. We used SCORM, which stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model.

Our first requirement was integrating multimedia assets into the SCORM backend. Our internal multimedia team was developing certain assets that were mapped out to individual classes. These assets had to be cross-referenced so that the multimedia content could be used in multiple contexts. Aside from the multimedia content, we had a lot of questions that had to be hosted on the system’s backend.   

The second part of the project was creating the system’s frontend. Navyug created something really nice from the wireframes I created. The learning content management system was designed for classroom use.

We ran through a lot of focus groups to see how the product and deployment process went. After we started running the system in real-life scenarios, we realized that there were serious changes that needed to be made. There were certain things I did not foresee that had to be tweaked. Navyug’s team understood. They were supportive and made all of the changes, including the ones that increased the scope of work in the final delivery of the project. They didn't even charge us extra for that work.

Navyug made a lot of recommendations that we incorporated into the system. Their suggestions added value to the final output. If I have to quantify it, I gave them probably 70% of the requirements and 30% of the finesse actually came from them. That’s how it all worked out in the end.

How much have you invested with Navyug?

We spent less than $10,000 with Navyug.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug around August 2012, and we ended our work together in November 2012. We had to start the pre-deployment phase within 3 months.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

Navyug did a brilliant job. The platform was user-friendly and mobile-responsive. The backend that Navyug proposed and created was better than we had expected. I don't exactly remember the metrics because the project happened a while ago. We had certain key performance indicators. One of those was the number of teachers and instructors who used the platform for delivering their lectures. Our target was to have 60 people using the system daily for 6 months. Navyug did fairly well at this point, and they achieved our target of maintaining user engagement.

Even the feedback was great. Although I don't work with the company anymore, the product lives on and is still being used by 7 schools in Delhi. There’s only been 1 upgrade since the platform launched. From what I hear, it’s been doing well.

How did Navyug perform from a project management standpoint?

Our work with Navyug was more of a collaborative effort. We shared reviews constantly, which they never shied away from. They were open to sharing whatever they had by a certain point in the timeline. They had no hesitations in showing us a half-baked product because we could understand it. Our reviews were frequent too, every 15 days on average.

They stuck to the deadlines for the most part, but they were a few days late. That was completely understandable — we were the ones who kept generating change requests that they had to cope with. Navyug did well in terms of complying with the deadlines that we gave them.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug?

I’ve worked with other vendors, and Navyug stands out because of their flexibility and openness to making changes. It was a shock. If we could logically prove that something was not performing well or certain changes were needed, they were open to incorporate the changes. They did so at any point during the development of the project, even after deployment. Navyug was great at incorporating changes that improved the product without us having to worry about the final bill. Their focus was making a user-friendly product, which they really helped us do. They did not even charge us additional fees for the changes they made.

Are there any areas Navyug could improve?

Navyug could focus a bit more on the user interface. They deployed a strong backend, but the user interface could have been done a little differently. I’m not saying they didn't solve the problem, because they did. That’s the only criticism I can make.

4.5
Overall Score Navyug stood out because of their openness to incorporating changes.
  • 4.5 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    It was my own venture, so any money lost was a big deal. Maybe this is a more emotional reaction. To be honest, I think the cost was justified.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I have recommended Navyug a couple of times already.

Data Mining Support for IT Services Company

"The quality of their work was impressive."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
4.0
The Project
 
Less than $10,000
 
Sept. - Dec. 2013
Project summary: 

Navyug augmented an internal developer on an end-to-end Java project involving data mining and data scraping of e-commerce sites, as well as storing and pulling insights from that data.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
India
Manoj Gupta
Director, Sumedh Infosystems
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Navyug is a well-versed and experienced team. They’re able to use several technologies and platforms to meet changing and scaling needs. They’ve stayed on time and within budget, and although some of their resources have less years of experience, they all deliver high-quality work.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m the director of Sumedh Infosystems, which provides IT software services.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug?

I was looking for a particular Java resource that could help with me a client’s project, because I needed extra help.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

So far, we’ve only worked on one project. It was an end to end project involving some data mining and data scraping of multiple e-commerce sites from the web, and then the data was stored so that I would be able to gain insights from it including pricing changes from some of the dealers that we targeted. Navyug analyzed the data and generated filtered reports for me. We could analyze the data from different parameters and generate reports and graphs to see which products are having more price fluctuations.

How did you come to work with Navyug?

I knew about Navyug through friends. They have a very broad technological base and can work on projects using many technologies and platforms. If I don’t have the capacity or a certain expertise in-house, I would look for a company like Navyug to help me.

How much have you invested with Navyug?

We spent $7,000 on the project.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with them in September 2013, and the project was completed in December 2013.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

The project went well and was delivered on time and according to the client’s specifications.

How did Navyug perform from a project management standpoint?

We were using an internal project management tool that Navyug had. The billing, time sheets, task assignments, etc. were managed through the tool. The project was managed well. We worked through the day using Skype or phone calls. We are from the same city but not the same office, but we still worked closely together.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug?

The quality of their work was impressive. Even though their resources are less experienced in their number of years, they deliver good-quality work.

Are there any areas Navyug could improve?

There was an option to have the resource in-house for a couple of days, but we didn’t use it. I think we could’ve worked closer with them.

5.0
Overall Score My overall experience was very good.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    The project was delivered on time with good quality.
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    I understand that cost varies depending on multiple factors. I would have liked if it was less expensive.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    The understanding of the project requirements was good. The quality of work was something that I liked. They were no major issues. I was satisfied with the quality and timeliness.
  • 4.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I would like to recommend them to my friends and colleagues, but given the cost factor, the person would need to have a budget that would match their cost. Somebody that doesn’t have a budget, I don’t think they could work with them.

Hyperlocal Mobile App Dev for Startup

"We can trust Navyug in terms of their technical abilities and commitment to the project."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
4.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Jan. 2015 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Navyug built a mobile platform for local sports enthusiasts, providing full-scale development based on defined specifications and first-level design. They now conduct feature additions and product expansion. 

The Reviewer
 
10-50 Employees
 
Mumbai, Maharashtra
Vinay Krishna
Co-Founder & CEO, Jigserv Digital
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The finished app successfully supports the novel business concept on iOS and Android, attracting positive feedback from initial users. Navyug’s responsiveness, detailed task tracking, and excellent price point continue to encourage an efficient partnership.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m the CEO and founder of a digital marketing company. We have around 10 employees and have also published an ad-based platform for sports promotion. 

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug?

We wanted to focus our business on local sports and build a platform for enthusiasts. I was looking for a partner who could help me do this and found Navyug.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We set out to create a solution for encouraging people to play more sports. The platform allows users to find players based on a type of sport. Once we identified this as the problem to solve, we realized that it was local in nature, so we chose a mobile app as the mechanism for solving the problem. Once the project was defined, we partnered with Navyug. Our team managed everything in terms of thinking through the features we needed and performing first-level design. The development was Navyug’s responsibility. We had an ongoing collaboration between our teams in terms of design and development.

The app was developed for Android and iOS. One feature involves mapping out the play spaces nearby, similar to what Google Maps does for businesses. Users can connect to each other as “play-pals,” the equivalent of “friends” on Facebook and other platforms. The app has social networking capabilities in terms of discovering players, connecting with them, and forming teams.

How did you come to work with Navyug?

When we started looking for development partners, we reached out to friends for suggestions. We were a startup ourselves, and this was a new product, so we looked for a company with experience with these types of projects. We received a few references for Navyug and looked at their portfolio. They had experience in working with startups, as well as competency with the technologies we were looking to use. These factors were the basis of our decision.

How much have you invested with Navyug?

The cost of their work has been over $100,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug in January of 2015. The product is on the market and has active users. Our collaboration is ongoing for the foreseeable future. As we continue to develop the platform, more and more data will be coming in, and we will continue to expand the available activities. 

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

Since launching the app, we have maintained an active project based on the analytics gathered. It’s an evolving product with no end-point. We will continue to add monetization channels, as well as more general features. The product is able to support our business, and the user feedback is generally good.

How did Navyug perform from a project management standpoint?

We’ve had no problems in terms of responsiveness and communication. We have a collaborative project management process and, most importantly, daily standup reviews. From this perspective, the collaboration was excellent. Project management was a shared responsibility in terms of setting and managing timelines.

We used Google Spreadsheets for tracking tasks. Navyug also uses various tools internally for tracking which functionalities have been completed.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug?

I want to highlight Navyug’s willingness to find technical solutions for difficult problems. They effectively handle challenges like the ability to edit a video online. From a user perspective, that may not seem like much, but it can be technically challenging.

Are there any areas Navyug could improve?

They have processes in place for team and client communication, but they could be more outgoing in terms of sharing their views on certain features and other matters. 

4.0
Overall Score We have received very little negative feedback from consumers.
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    By and large, Navyug has delivered on time, but there have been some slip-ups.
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    The value for money is high.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    The partnership creates good value for money and involves minimal risk. We can trust Navyug in terms of their technical abilities and commitment to the project.
  • 4.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I certainly would recommend them.

Application Dev for Driving Risk Solutions Company

"I am content with the quality of service provided by Navyug."

Quality: 
4.0
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
4.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Oct. 2015 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions handled and continues to support the full development of a software for analyzing driving behavior, involving aspects such as data acquisition, IoT, and a visualization platform.

The Reviewer
 
10-50 Employees
 
India
Birendra Bisht
Director, Intello Transport
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Navyug Infosolutions helped deliver a valuable solution and was flexible in scaling resources up or down according to need and budget. The project team has been deeply involved, meeting all quality and budget expectations and participating in daily communication, which has helped saved time.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I am an entrepreneur running Intello Transport. We are a technology company working on rating the driving behavior of people. Our current focus is on the B2B fleet operators segment, to which we offer driver diagnostics and behavior related solutions. Along with my partners, I founded the company in early 2015. We have around 12 full-time employees, and a network of 7–8 people who are working with us on a commission basis.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We needed to develop the entire technology platform. Our system has three distinct components: data acquisition, transformation, and visualization. We needed a partner who could build this system.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We have a complex solution which targets a new market segment in India, so it’s been a challenge to develop it. In my opinion, Navyug has had a significant participation in its creation.

I have conceptualized the entire solution, including the product itself, its positioning in the business ecosystem, and the technology roadmap. Navyug Infosolutions’ team worked closely with me over a period of 1½–2 years on developing it.

The data acquisition component allows us to see how people are driving, using an Internet of Things hardware solution. Once the data has been acquired by the sensor, it is transmitted to the servers in an efficient manner. After it has been processed properly, we display it through an analytics engine and visualization platform for our enterprise clients.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions?

I had been looking for technology contractors for the full development of the software part and did not want to build an in-house team. I evaluated 3 or 4 different vendors including Navyug, which I’d known in the past. I looked at the teams’ capabilities and the long-term commitment which the companies could provide to us.

In this context, I found Navyug to be the better choice in terms of resources and pricing. Beyond the price itself, how it would be structured was also a consideration. In many of these aspects, I found them to be extremely flexible and cost-competitive compared to the other vendors I evaluated.

How much have you invested with Navyug Infosolutions?

The cost of their work has been around $140,000–$150,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug in October 2015, and have continued the relationship. After the product was brought to maturity, Navyug’s team was reduced, but we are still working together.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

I don’t have any metrics off the top of my mind given that their team has been engaged with me directly and I have been steering them. It is more a question of their comprehension and adherence to my ideas and vision. In this respect, I am content with the quality of service provided by Navyug.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

We have been satisfied with the kinds of resources allocated to us. From a project management perspective, the job has been done well. We initially negotiated for a team without a full-time manager. One of the 4 initial developers was asked to become project lead, but his role was also to contribute in the technology development process. He became deeply involved the product development part and was always aware of what was going on.

I like to work in close coordination with the team, having 2–3 interactions with each member on a daily basis. The team has found this approach to be quite good, and we have saved time on several activities. Because of the nature of the engagement and the style of work which we adopted initially, the process has worked well.

We depend less on emails and more on video conference. We are located in different cities, so Google Hangouts has become the preferred way of communication. I had calls with each member a couple of times per day or more, especially in the earlier parts of the project.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug Infosolutions?

The balance between cost and delivery was an important aspect for me. We had to ensure that we did not overshoot the budget significantly, given that many things are fluid when it comes to IT startups. Whatever is estimated as the project budget, in the beginning, will always go haywire. In our case, Navyug has met our expectations to a great extent.

Whenever there were peaks in our workload, Navyug was able to supply quality resources in a short amount of time; when the work subsided, a part of the team was offloaded. Navyug has been reasonably flexible with us in terms of meeting our workload requirements.

Are there any areas Navyug Infosolutions could improve?

There is always room to improve. In hindsight, when I analyzed our errors and reworks, I found that many of them could have been avoided. Still, when things were moving, we tried our best to keep bugs minimized and ensured that the team was on the same page in terms of expectations.

4.0
Overall Score The overall experience has been reasonably good.
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    There have been some timeline overflows, and as an entrepreneur, I want minimal waste of time and money.
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    This is their biggest strength.
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 4.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I have recommended Navyug to a few contacts and will continue to do so, which is an indication that we appreciate the work they’ve done.

Web and App Dev for Online Healthcare Platform

"Navyug has maintained communication with us and asked relevant questions, which led to an optimal result."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
4.5
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Confidential
 
Jan. 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

A healthcare IT solutions company needed to design a user-friendly website and app, organizing all relevant information via an aesthetically pleasing layout. Navyug Infosolutions implemented the back and frontend requirements. 

The Reviewer
 
10-50 Employees
 
India
Amit Thakur
Marketing Director, Surgivisor
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

It was a difficult task, but the website now has all of the relevant information. There is no one that understands the site better than Navyug, and the client relies on their support and ongoing maintenance services. Their team always responds promptly and provides good quality control.  

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

Surgivisor provides a bridge between patients and hospitals, helping users find the right facilities and doctors for their surgeries. We have around 20 employees, but most of our work, including IT, is outsourced. I am the marketing head of the company. I am in charge of website development and online marketing.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We needed to design a user-friendly website which offered ample information in an aesthetically-pleasing way. We wanted to give users the ability to apply filters, do searches, and find what they required.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Navyug designed and built the initial version of our Ruby on Rails website and mobile app from scratch. The site can provide hospital and doctor details, and it uses certain algorithms for categorizing 2,000+ surgery types. Each hospital has an associated list of services, and they can also be selected according to budget. Navyug implemented the algorithms architected by myself, handling both the backend and frontend of our web and mobile platform. Our app is available on iOS and Android.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions?

We found Navyug through a reference, but we also searched online for development companies. We looked at Navyug's portfolio and contacted them. The cost was a secondary consideration for us.

How much have you invested with Navyug Infosolutions?

This is confidential.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug in January 2016 and have an ongoing collaboration. The development time was close to six months. We are continuing to improve the website on a daily basis, based on user experience. No one could understand our website better than Navyug. I wouldn't trust anyone else to make changes or even project management. Navyug's manager knows our website in-and-out regarding algorithms and technology.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

We are very happy with the website, apart from a couple of glitches, which are a normal occurrence with any new site. We've only had to make small changes to the result. I would rate Navyug's work a 9 out of 10 since any website in the world could be improved. Our specific requirements were taken care of, and I have no complaints as of now.

The site has between 300 and 400 visits per day in the Delhi area, and we're looking to promote it throughout India. We're in the process of marketing it, and it operates in a niche field. It's not something that a person would look up daily, but we want the people looking to have surgeries, to come to our site.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

Navyug assigns a project manager for each project, who keeps in touch with us at any time of the day to identify and perform any changes we may require. The maintenance part has been taken care of in a satisfactory manner as well. Every ticket was addressed within 24 hours.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug Infosolutions?

Navyug has maintained communication with us and asked relevant questions which led to an optimal result. Our website can provide the information that users are looking for, which was a difficult task.

Are there any areas Navyug Infosolutions could improve?

Navyug could reduce the cost, but without lowering the quality of the work.

5.0
Overall Score We have had a very good collaboration with each other over the last one and a half years.
  • 4.5 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    We have had a 15-day delay in our six-month project. This is not long from an Indian perspective.
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    As an Indian, I wouldn't normally rate cost above a 1, but Navyug has good value.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    We are happy with the website's performance and ongoing improvements.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Frontend App Dev for Automotive Company

"I appreciate Navyug InfoSolutions' design team. They were understanding of what I wanted to do as well as what our users wanted."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Less than $10,000
 
Jan. - July 2015
Project summary: 

An automotive company wanted to build a mobile application for iOS so users could participate in their auctions. Navyug InfoSolutions designed the app, which included frontend development and beta testing. 

The Reviewer
 
10-50 Employees
 
India
Product Manager, Automotive Company
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The results met the client's expectations, and the project was completed efficiently and within a reasonable budget. Testing and quality assurance could have been better, but overall, Navyug InfoSolutions has a skilled team and always provides an adequate number of resources. 

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We are an online automotive company. I am a product manager within the auctions department.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug Infosolutions?

We wanted to develop an iOS application for our auctions segment. Users can participate in auctions through the application.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Based on the Android version, Navyug Infosolutions built our iOS app from scratch. I acted as the product manager during the work, taking part in conceptualization and gathering requirements. I handed this information to Navyug Infosolutions' team. They took care of the design, frontend development, and beta testing. Backend development was done internally. We initially used two developers and one or two designers from Navyug Infosolutions' team.

How did you come to work with Navyug Infosolutions?

One of our colleagues had worked with Navyug Infosolutions in the past and referred them to us. We had a conversation about the project and worked out a timetable. Navyug Infosolutions offered to develop our app in less time than we'd anticipated and for the same price, so we chose them.

How much have you invested with Navyug Infosolutions?

The cost of Navyug Infosolutions' work was between $5,000 and $6,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with Navyug Infosolutions in January 2016. The development part took around four months, but Navyug Infosolutions provided additional troubleshooting services. The application was delivered in July.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

Our application was meant for a limited number of users, mainly internal ones. They have used and liked the product, but we didn't track any metrics for it.

I appreciated Navyug Infosolutions' design team. They were understanding of what I wanted to do as well as what our users wanted. Navyug Infosolutions designed our app accordingly, and I liked the results.

How did Navyug Infosolutions perform from a project management standpoint?

I am not aware of everyone who was involved in the work, but we were given a strict timeline and used as many resources as needed for getting the project done. Resource allocation was not a problem since Navyug Infosolutions assigned more people whenever there was a chance that we would not meet the deadline. We communicated through Gmail, Google Docs, and phone.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug Infosolutions?

This was my first project with an external vendor since I usually work with internal tech teams. I found Navyug Infosolutions to be very flexible. We were not sure of everything we wanted in terms of requirements, but Navyug Infosolutions made some suggestions and incorporated elements we missed. They were helpful and understanding.

Are there any areas Navyug Infosolutions could improve?

They could improve their quality assurance. I felt that there was something missing in that area, but the designing and development parts were good.

5.0
Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    There were a couple of features which we forgot to enter in our requirements. I was hesitant about requesting them, but Navyug Infosolutions included them for the same cost.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    Navyug Infosolutions was very good in terms of design and development, but the testing was a bit lacking.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I have recommended Navyug Infosolutions to my friends and plan to use them again for future projects.

Outsourced Coding for Encryption Solutions Company

"Compared to other shops in India, they're pricier, but their resources are of high caliber."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.5
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
July 2015 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

In search of a cost-effective development team, a software company leveraged the expertise of Navyug Infosolutions' developers to write the backend code of their proprietary, data-protection solution. 

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
San Francisco, California
CEO, Kapalya Inc.
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The code was written successfully, and any challenges that arose were solved. Although Navyug Infosolutions could be more proactive at times, their team is professional, committed, and honest about their capabilities.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

Kapalya is developing a data protection system to protect data on endpoints for on-premise service and cloud. I’m the founder and CEO. 

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with Navyug?

Navyug was our development solution. We have our own in-house team, but it was more cost-effective to outsource the work.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

We designed the solution, and they wrote the code for the back-end to implement the solution. We assigned tasks to them, and they would deliver it. We would test it, and then they would implement the code.

How did you come to work with Navyug?

We were searching for software developers in India that understood networking, VPN, encryption, and security. There weren’t too many companies that did that. Nayvug was already in the space and were already working with other clients in the same way, so we thought they were a good fit.

How much have you invested with Navyug?

We have spent between $50,000 and $200,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We began working with them in July 2015, and the work is ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate productivity, quality of work, or impact of the engagement?

I’ve been satisfied with everything they’ve done. They are always up to the challenge of providing solutions for us, and they delivered successfully. We were able to solve all of the challenges we had. We didn’t have any times where they delivered bad code that crashed the system.

How did Navyug perform from a project management standpoint?

They have a part-time PM on their side, but I manage most of the resources. We work very closely, and we haven’t had any issues. We communicate daily using WebEx. They would let me know if there weren’t enough resources for my project and when they would be available.

What did you find most impressive about Navyug?

They have a level of professionalism and a commitment to deliver. I’ve worked with other firms that have told me they could deliver but weren’t able to. Navyug was very transparent in what they could and couldn’t do, which is why I continued to use them.

Are there any areas Navyug could improve?

I would like them to work on my time. Also, they could be a little more proactive in working with us.

4.0
Overall Score
  • 4.5 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    They’ve been able to meet deadlines.
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    Compared to other shops in India, they’re pricier, but their resources are of good caliber.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    I’ve been satisfied with their work so far.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I would recommend them to anyone who wants to do work in the space that I’m in.