What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
We have 400–500 downloads. We set up the payment structure last October and from October until now, we’ve had 40 paid reports. The growth is still very slow, but the app itself doesn’t have a lot of bugs, which surprised me. There were a few at the start, but the app is working very smoothly. I’m very satisfied with the work that has been delivered.
I also hired a local developer to go over the code that Prosperity built and get feedback. The main aim was to find out if I could give this project to someone locally and they’d be able to continue working on it based on what’s been built. The local developer said that the code was perfect and they would be able to take on the work right away.
How did Prosperity perform from a project management standpoint?
Most of the project management was done via Upwork, and then we started using Asana. It’s gone very smoothly. Prosperity has a good work ethic.
What did you find most impressive about them?
Their communication skills are very good. When I ask Prosperity to do something that doesn’t make sense, they suggest alternatives that work better. They don’t just blindly take what I ask them to do. That’s been very valuable and appreciated.
Are there any areas they could improve?
There’s nothing I’d have them improve. I thought I was going to have more problems and bugs, but it’s gone really smoothly.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
I give Prosperity very clear video instructions and drawings of what I wanted. A lot of times, I create a mockup screen and explain it to them in Word along with a video file. They pick it up right away.