What was the scope of their involvement?
Orases has been there since the beginning to help us brainstorm ideas about how to accomplish our objectives. We started from the 50,000-foot view. Since then, we have narrowed down the broad scope of requirements down to define our exact needs.
Orases guided us through the entire discovery process. We met twice a week. During each session, they helped us refine our concept based on our explanations. They suggested novel ideas to solve the image transfer issues we have been experiencing. Even though this is my area of expertise, they came up with new ideas I had never considered,
The main deliverable they produced was a final document with everything the developers need to move forward. We haven't started the development yet, but the end product will be a web platform. Through the system, other hospitals will be able to send us X-ray images. It will enable us to send them back reports we write up.
What is the team composition?
We work with three people from Orases; a UX architect, project manager, and the head of business development.
How did you come to work with Orases?
I searched online extensively before I met and spoke with several companies in Silicon Valley. Orases offered a much more personable feel than most of the other companies we considered.
As a small business, they were much more willing to talk about the overall project and how to address problems than a younger startup would.
How much have you invested with them?
So far, we've spent $50,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We first started discussions in October 2018. Our engagement is ongoing. Orases will also handle the development stage.