What was the scope of their involvement?
They developed an Android mobile app for me. I had the initial UI/UX done through a freelancer. I did the wireframing myself. I brought Omega-R in for the web development part, the backend, and all the database.
The key features include the GPS-based search of doctors, along with search options based on specialties, and appointment management, online payment, video consultation, and chat features. The chat includes messaging, attachments, and location messaging. Our solution has a feature for e-prescription and doctor support. It also has an emergency SOS signal feature that sends SOS signal to whomever the patient has identified as the emergency contact.
They started with developing our MVP, which I took to my stakeholders. Following MVP launch, I started gathering requirements for the next phase, which was the telemedicine component. That’s since launched as well. Both phases involved multiple sprints. They’re now providing support as well as various enhancements and improvements.
They’ve also advised me on branding. When I contacted them, I already had a logo in place, but it had some drawbacks. They presented a case on why I should look at a new logo and came up with a new logo.
What is the team composition?
I regularly work with their project manager, who works as a liaison between me and the developers and designers. I haven’t interacted with anyone on the development side in the last two years of my engagement. I have had some contact with the CTO.
How did you come to work with Omega-R?
I considered different entities and freelancers. I found a list of Russian companies on Clutch. I looked at Omega-R’s profile, connected with them, and everything looked good to me, so I moved forward with them.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve spent over $50,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together in March 2017 and the work is ongoing.