QBurst is a global software solutions and consulting company with a strong focus on new-generation technology platforms. Our offices are spread across the globe.

QBurst has 1100+ employees comprising developers, designers, UX engineers, quality assurance specialists, business analysts, and project management professionals.

Our service portfolio includes mobile and web development, CRM, big data and analytics, user experience, design, testing, and cloud-based solutions. We have executed more than 650 projects successfully, earning a reputation of being a cost-effective yet high quality service provider.

 Founded: 
2004
 Employees: 
1,000 - 9,999
 Avg. hourly rate: 
$25 - $49
QBurst
C22, Thejaswini, Technopark
Trivandrum, KL 695581
India
+91 471 653 7510
QBurst
12700 Fair Lakes Circle, Suite 160
Fairfax, VA 22033
United States
703.652.8473
QBurst
ul. Legionowa 28, 3rd Floor
Bialystok 15-281
Poland
48.85.679.22.99
QBurst
Sheffield Technology Parks Suite 21, Cooper Buildings Arundel Street
Sheffield, SYK S1 2NS
United Kingdom
44.114.360.3250
Key clients: 

National Geographic, Bombardier Transportation, PrivateFly, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Webs.com, Network Solutions, Rosetta Stone, NYU, AddThis, Dell, Airtel

Accolades: 

Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2013 & 2012 Program, Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific

 

 

Detailed service description: 

Mobile development * iPhone & iPad * Windows Mobile * Android * BlackBerry * Symbian * J2ME Web development * PHP * Java * .Net * RoR * Drupal * Wordpress * Joomla * Amazon Web Services * Google Apps Rich Internet Applications * Flex * Silverlight Microsoft Technologies *Sharepoint Cloud Computing - Amazon Web Services - Google Apps Independent Validation and Testing Services Competitive Intelligence * Salesforce consulting and implementation

Focus

Service lines

Industry focus

Client focus

Ability to deliver: 
9.2325
IT Consulting & MSP Rank: 
17.4487

QBurst Reviews

Custom Development & Integration Services for Mining Manufacturer

 
Application consulting and SI
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

The client is a manufacturer of specialized devices and materials for companies and suppliers operating in the mining industry. Limited technical capabilities and resources required that the client find an inexpensive partner to support ongoing, custom development work. QBurst was carefully vetted and then contracted to supply a dedicated team of engineers with extensive knowledge of Customer Relationship Management [CRM] solutions and systems integration.

Feedback summary: 

The client considers the partnership with QBurst a major competitive advantage. According to the client, they have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from end-users and internal stakeholders alike. QBurst was praised for their attention to detail and for their flexibility. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them highly. 

"The main thing that distinguishes them is their pricing. You get a lot of value out of QBurst for what you pay."
— CRM Analyst, Manufacturing Company​

CRM Analyst, Manufacturing Company
 
11-50 Employees
 
Greater Atlanta Area
Quality: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Please describe your organization.

My company remanufactures parts and components for major mining trucks, mining equipment, and off-highway construction equipment; anything related to the mining industry. These are the parts and components for the bigger-than-your-house trucks.

What is your position?

I'm a CRM analyst. I manage Salesforce and the integration of our different subsidiaries. We purchase companies throughout the globe. When we acquire companies, my job is to integrate their existing CRM solutions into our own Salesforce system.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

What business challenge were you trying to address with QBurst?

We were looking for an inexpensive alternative for getting custom development done. We always have a lot of custom development, integration and configuration work, but we don’t have the resources to do it all in a timely fashion.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement.

Our most recent project with them is integrating custom Visualforce into the quoting platform of one of our subsidiaries. It has to be done in Spanish.

Some other complex work was calculating market shares and estimating growth potentials using various data rules, where existing trucks and the prices per component are queried, stored, and used to obtain a result. We can go into an account, and are shown how much it's worth, based on the number of equipment pieces there are. If a piece of equipment is out of commission, it will automatically be factored in.

We usually work with only one developer, which is assigned by the project manager, based on the complexity of the requirements that we provide.

How did you come to work with QBurst?

We searched the internet for different Salesforce vendors. They came with high prices for the amount of work they were doing. We didn't see the reasoning for paying hundreds of dollars an hour for work that could be done by someone with basic programming knowledge. I can't remember how I came across QBurst, but I'm thankful that I did.

What is the status of this engagement?

We've been working with them since early 2014.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any statistics or metrics from this engagement?

The feedback from all our subsidiaries has been entirely positive. Our Australian company has used them a couple of times for complex development work and are very pleased.

One of the projects for market share and potential was well received by the executive team. They've used some of the data for board meetings with stakeholders. At the end of the day, we haven’t given them anything that they haven’t been able to complete. They’re very reliable.

How did QBurst perform from a project management standpoint?

They always delivered within budget, and mostly on time. They've been a little late sometimes. We're working on a project that we're trying to finish by the end of the month, but there were some unforeseen circumstances (flooding in their area), so there's been no one in the office. Typically, they're close to being on time. I do set my deadlines a bit early, just to offset hiccups like this.

We use email for tracking issues. They're very responsive, so I never have to sift through conversations. They give me weekly status reports and post stats on the website about their advancement, like how many hours have been spent, etc.

What distinguishes QBurst from other providers?

The main thing that distinguishes them is their pricing. You get a lot of value our of QBurst for what you pay. I've used other companies prior to QBurst, but I still continue to use them. I'm very pleased with their work. They have knowledgeable teams; sometimes I can go to them with a problem, and they'll give some ideas, and come up with solutions. We have good back-and-forth dialogue trying to come up with a solution. I've only used three different developers and found them to be pretty much the same, except for pricing.

Is there anything QBurst could have improved or done differently?

Speeding up their delivery time would be good. They do regularly communicate where they are within a given project, so I'm happy with them. On our latest project, they did send an email to inform me there's a natural disaster, and when I conveyed to them that something must be done by a certain date, they'll work it into their schedule. They always seem to find a way.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score.

How would you rate them for the quality of their service and deliverables?

Four. I don't like to rate fives, stating that nothing could be improved.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with a project timeline?

Four and a half. They are responsive, and will tell me if they can get something done. I will dock half a point because they can be slightly late and I built that into my timing.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and/or conformance with project estimates?

Five.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Four and a half.

How likely are you to recommend QBurst to a friend or colleague, out of five?

Five. Someone called me for a referral on the company I'd used prior to them, and I ended up recommending QBurst. I felt bad for the other company, but QBurst is just great.

Salesforce Development for Boutique IT Consultancy

 
Enterprise application development
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

The client is a boutique information technology consultancy specializing in SalesForce customer relationship management implementations and strategy. Limited in-house technical capabilities and several demanding projects required that the client find a partner to support the completion of said work. QBurst was vetted carefully and then contracted to supply a dedicated team of certified SalesForce developers.

Feedback summary: 

The client considers the partnership with QBurst a major competitive advantage. According to the client, QBurst is now instrumental to the completion of their more challenging SalesForce implementations and integrations. QBurst was praised for their transparent approach and flexible resource availability. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them to others.

"In any relationship, you will come across problems, but they've [QBurst] definitely resolved all of them, and they're looking out for my best interests."
— Founder & CEO, IT Firm​

Founder & CEO, IT Firm
 
1-10 Employees
 
United States
Quality: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Please describe your organization.

We focus on consulting work and SalesForce services.

What is your position?

I'm the project manager.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

What business challenge were you trying to address with QBurst?

I was looking for the right API [application programming interface] for connecting SalesForce to a custom payment processor. I reached out on SalesForce forums and QBurst replied. They were the best organized and priced and spoke the best English. That won the vote for me. I've used QBurst for development work on some of my own projects.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement.

All their work has been SalesForce-related, either Apex or Visualforce. We've mostly worked on forms, websites, payment processors, and custom pages, depending on what the customer wants. They've built an extensive e-commerce site using SalesForce. We haven't hit any roadblocks, in terms of what we can't create. Pretty much anything the client asks for, we've been able to do.

We've used three or four developers from them. We originally started with two people, one of whom I've worked with for about a year. He will bring in other people, depending on the need of the environment. I interact with them directly and take on the project management role on my side. I meet with clients, assess their requirements, and QBurst will do all the code. I'm a SalesForce developer myself, so I review some of it.

How did you come to work with QBurst?

There's a forum on Salesforce.com. I posted a job there and ended up receiving 30 to 40 applications. They were one of them. They had the best English and the best presentation. The price was also low. I met them in San Francisco a few months later in order to continue our relationship and build on it from there. I exposed them to my personal clients, and they do work for them as well.

At first, I wanted to find an offshore team to handle my own specific requirements, so I wouldn't mess something up with a client. I pushed them and gave them some very hard requirements that no client would come up with.

Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?

We've probably spent $1,000 to 5,000 per month for the last year and a half [beginning in 2014].

What is the status of this engagement?

The relationship is ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any statistics or metrics from this engagement?

I don't have any specific metrics. They have an extremely quick turnaround time. All of my clients have noticed that. As we're in the United States, QBurst will work while we're asleep. We usually wake up and see our work done.

How did QBurst perform from a project management standpoint?

They're upfront with relaying where issues might show up. I talk with the developers every night on Skype, so I'm more or less the project manager. If things aren't met on their timeline, it's going to fall on me. There've been nights in which they stayed up for extended periods. They're definitely hard workers and will push to get the project done.

I created my own project management tools using SalesForce. We track all our projects using those. They use Google Docs internally, but also translate much of that into my system.

What distinguishes QBurst from other providers?

I haven't worked with many offshore teams. I can tell you that I do feel extremely lucky. I haven't had to look for another offshore provider. In any relationship, you will come across problems, but they've definitely resolved all of them, and they're looking out for my best interests. I never felt that they've done something bad intentionally.

I want to expand my business with them. The price of the development hours is very cheap, only $20 to $30 per hour. I found a few cheaper companies, but I'm skeptical about the quality they'd offer. Also, Rajiv, who runs the Salesforce team there, will address any issue that I may have. It's good communication all around. 

Is there anything QBurst could have improved or done differently?

It goes back to project management, so I wouldn't put that entirely on them. We both have acknowledged that we need to build more collaboration between the clients and them without exposing who they are. I don't want my clients knowing that I outsource their work.

Tidying up requirements and more source control on code is something I would work on. I have put some suggestions out there, but we haven't put anything in place yet. Overall, it's been a great relationship, and they've helped me out a lot. I don't have anything explicitly negative to say.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score. How would you rate them for the quality of their service and deliverables?

Four.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with a project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and conformance with project estimates?

Four.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Four and a half.

How likely are you to recommend QBurst to a friend or colleague, out of five?

Four. I wouldn't really recommend them because I'm kind of stingy, and they're mine. I would definitely recommend them in terms of their work, though.

Custom Development for Real Estate Management Firm

 
Web development
 
$200,000 to $999,999
Project summary: 

The client, The Bozzuto Group, is a private real estate services company with four operating divisions: development, construction, property management, and home design. Limited internal capabilities required that the client find a partner to support the custom development and design of their multiple digital properties. QBurst was vetted thoroughly and eventually contracted to supply a dedicated team of engineers able support the client's various development projects.

Feedback summary: 

The client conveyed great satisfaction with the work completed by QBurst. According to the client, QBurst remains instrumental to the ongoing maintenance and the incremental enhancement of their digital properties. The client praised QBurst for their superb communication skills and their meticulous approach to project management. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them highly. 

"For an offshore company, QBurst's fluidness and understanding of American culture and business practices, even our colloquial terms in conversation, has made it extremely easy to work with them."
— Director of Digital Marketing Technology, The Bozzuto Group (Real Estate Management Firm)

Director of Digital Marketing Technology at The Bozzuto Group
 
1001-5000 Employees
 
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Quality: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Please describe your organization.

We are a multi-faceted, multi-family land development, land acquisition, construction, and development company based in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore metro region.

What is your position and responsibilities?

I am a director. My department is the marketing technology department that oversees the web and digital implementation of our various platform across 200 remote properties from Boston down to Washington, D.C., and as far west as Denver.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

What business challenge were you trying to address with QBurst?

We've retained QBurst for an ongoing list of services. Most of their work is very technical in nature. We rely heavily on their technical expertise to support our own efforts, and we gain efficiencies because going offshore is much more affordable than hiring full-time developers here in the United States.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement in more detail.

We work with them closely on all of our web development platforms. We've created a Bizzudo standard web platform where we have all of our new development deals and all of our new business deals. They all require separate and custom website development, so they do all of the HTML coding. We also use them as our primary server administrators for all of our server banks. We have about 12 different servers, and some of them are AWS [Amazon Web Services] clouds, some of them are independent freestanding server banks. They also manage our intranet portal.

They are a very multi-faceted tech firm. We even ended up using them in some of our video editing projects. We contract with them on a yearly basis, but we tend to sub-contract a lot of other work to them. The quality of their work is great, and we couldn't find a better and more affordable provider here in the U.S., hands down. I've worked with overseas companies before my time here, and they are, by far, the most reliable and most consistent offshore provider that I've worked with.

How did you come to work with QBurst?

Essentially, there are several companies that we brought in to provide these solutions for us. We released an RFP [request for proposal], and they came in and proposed their services, one of which I will admit was a recommendation from someone who has used their services before. They provided their pricing structure and a lot of their past work. We immediately felt a good connection there on a working relationship and their willingness to be flexible with our unique industry and standards.

They have grown tremendously with us, so every project we have initiated with them they have taken it on and kept a very uniform process with us. The process to select them was an evaluation of three different providers, one of which was an onshore company. I would call QBurst a nearshore provider. They have offices in the U.S., but they do all of their development work offshore. Another provider was a completely offshore company. In evaluating all of those, QBurst was by far the front runner.

Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?

If you're including our website, we've invested easily half a million dollars at this point.

What is the status of this engagement?

Our relationship is ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any statistics or metrics from this engagement?

Aside from giving you my approval on them, we have a huge portfolio of custom websites that they've developed for us. All of the sites that are hosted on our server and managed by QBurst, and all of the sites that are developed by QBurst, have a 24/7 support center. Anytime we have an issue with a property that is on our servers that is supported by QBurst, the response is within five minutes in terms of email response.

Depending on the severity of the issue, the resolution is determined to be within the hour. If it requires development, they will then contact an emergency developer depending on the time of day. The response time and the ability to repair issues are exponentially quicker and more efficient, for my team, than any of our other properties that are not hosted on our servers.

We do use Basecamp in some aspects with them, but most of our stuff occurs via online, email, or a specialized automated system. Any of the requests we provide are submitted through this system, and it goes to them, and they immediately respond.

How did QBurst perform from a project management standpoint?

To my knowledge, anything that was missed or an issue, was a result of a coordinated misstep or we did not provide the right information or guidance, but it was based on an equal share of fault. There have been things that have gone awry, but not because they dropped the ball, missed an email, or didn't respond. It's usually been because we didn't provide them with what they were asking for.

What distinguishes QBurst from other providers?

For an offshore company, QBurst's fluidness and understanding of American culture and business practices, even our colloquial terms in conversation, has made it extremely easy to work with them. I haven't had that experience with a lot of other outsourced companies that I've worked with in the past.

Is there anything QBurst could have improved or done differently?

I don't have anything negative to say about them. They're kind of a godsend. They have been crucial to me being able to get my job done here at this company. If it wasn't for their support, I wouldn't have the efficiencies that I have. The overnight support and the amount of manpower they provide is fantastic, so I really can't say anything negative about them.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score.

How would you rate them for the quality of their service and deliverables?

Five.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with a project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and conformance with project estimates?

Five. Absolutely.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Five.

How likely are you to recommend QBurst to a friend or colleague, out of five?

Five.

Todd Butler

Mobile App Development for Educational Consultancy

 
Mobile app development
 
$10,000 to $49,999
Project summary: 

The client is an educational consultancy that offers a range of services from course design and development to training and education, research and auditing to authorship and eLearning. Limited access to affordable development talent required that the client find an outsourced partner to support the design and development of their prototype mobile application. QBurst was first contracted to design and develop the client's mobile app for iOS, Android, and Windows devices. The client has since expanded the scope of QBurst's involvement to include web development.

Feedback summary: 

The client conveyed great satisfaction with the work completed by QBurst. According to the client, they've received overwhelmingly positive feedback from end-customers and end-users of their developed mobile app. The client also recognized QBurst for their uncompromising responsiveness and flexibility. QBurst continues to support the client and comes highly recommended.

"They're real flexible with their clients and QBurst seems to be rather unique when it comes to resource availability and responsiveness. They're great at keeping me updated as to their progress, and they aren't afraid to ask questions when they aren't sure about something."
— Founder, Educational Consultancy

Director, Educational Consultancy
 
2-11 Employees
 
London, United Kingdom
Quality: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Please describe your organization.

My company is an educational development consultancy. I help mostly public learning institutions design and develop more compelling and effective academic curricula. 

What is your position?

I'm the founder.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

What business challenges were you trying to address with QBurst?

When I was first considering hiring a developer, it was for our mobile app. I'm not a technologist by trade, so I couldn't build out the solution, but I had the concepts and the designs prepared already. The app was to be developed for iOS, Android and Windows devices. Timing and cost were both a factor. The idea was to work closely with a developer until we got a minimum viable product ready to test with end-users. We could then work incrementally to improve the app features, layout and design.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement in detail.

Once I hired QBurst, I handed over all of the design schematics and visual materials. We worked together to really flesh out the specifications and make sure everything was understood before they started with the development. I don't actually know the size or composition of the development team assigned to my project because I only interacted with their project lead. They were ultimately responsible for the back-end development, testing, configuration, and implementing the interface design based on the materials I gave them.

How did you come to work with QBurst?

I first came across them while doing some online searches with Google. I had considered some high-end American development shops beforehand, but the majority of them were just too expensive for me, but at the same time, I needed to make sure that whomever I went with had the necessary expertise. QBurst was one of several offshore providers I reached out to, which led to Skype call and a demo of their previous work. I went through the same process with the few other providers under consideration, but with their capabilities on balance, it seemed to me that QBurst would be the best fit. 

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this engagement?

In total, I've invested around $20,000.

What is the status of this project?

The mobile apps are now live, but we're still improving it on an ongoing basis. They've also worked with me on a web-based project wherein they're developing a course assessment platform using HTML5 and AngularJS. That's also ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback from these engagements?

I don't have any real metrics to share. My own end-customers and their users have conveyed mostly positive feedback. Most of the compliments are related to the visual design and layout of the mobile apps rather than the specific features, but the apps work exactly as they should, and I rarely receive reports of defects. I'm also very pleased with their work. It's always completed on time and within budget. Perhaps more importantly, they've been great at providing me with accurate time and cost estimates. They're great at managing expectations. 

Is there anything unique or special about their practice that distinguishes them from others?

They're real flexible with their clients and QBurst seems to be rather unique when it comes to resource availability and responsiveness. Most of my emails and calls are returned within an hour or two, and all of them within 24 hours. They're great at keeping me updated as to their progress, and they aren't afraid to ask questions when they aren't sure about something. 

Based on your experience, are there any areas in which they could improve as a service provider?

Not that I can think of. It's been an entirely positive experience.

What advice, if any, would you give to a future client of theirs?

The two biggest things are having your requirements really honed and being open to asking questions. Definitely give them a chance to offer insight and recommendations. There will be times when they suggest a more efficient or effective solution to the challenge, and you want to take advantage of that. 

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score.

How would you rate them for the quality of their service and deliverables?

Four.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting your deadlines and compliance with a project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and conformance with original project estimates?

Five.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Four and a half.

How likely are you to recommend them to a friend or colleague?

Five. I already have on several occasions.

Custom Application Development Small Information Technology Firm

 
Application development
 
$50,000 to $199,999
Project summary: 

The client is a small software development and information technology services company based in Los Angeles, Calif. Due to limited internal resources, the client sought a qualified technology partner to support their ongoing custom development initiatives. The client was first approached by QBurst during a point in which they were experiencing difficulties scaling their internal development resources. QBurst was selected from a handful of potential offshore providers based on their previous experience and demonstrated capabilities. Once commissioned, QBurst began to collaborate closely with the client on their development projects, which involved the following: User requirements gathering, project scoping, strategic oversight, custom functional development, data preparation and migration, information architecture, user interface/user experience and performance testing, maintenance and ongoing support.

Feedback summary: 

The client conveyed great satisfaction and gratitude for the work delivered by QBurst Technologies. According to the client, QBurst Technologies remains an instrumental component to their ongoing custom development endeavors. Overall, the client indicates that QBurst has been able to deliver high quality, tested code on a consistent basis. QBurst received additional praise for their attention to detail and responsiveness to client requests. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them to others.

"They did terrific work, and we got very positive feedback from our clients and end users. They’re very reliable from a project management perspective, too." -- CEO, Software Development Firm

CEO at Nextware Technologies
 
2-11 Employees
 
Greater Los Angeles Area
Quality: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Could you briefly describe your organization?

I run a custom software development firm. We perform custom application development for mobile and Web applications. We also provide IT [information technology] consulting and some software implementation services.

What is your position?

I’m the chief executive officer.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenge that you were attempting to address when you first approached QBurst?

I was looking for a partner that we could outsource some our custom development work. We had a resource challenge, and we tried QBurst for a particular development project and really liked them, so we started working with them more.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement.

It’s been custom development. We’ve worked together on custom iOS development, Ruby on Rails, and Android application development. We carve out a project, we provide the technical requirements, and then have them build out the solution. QBurst provides the developers and testers. They also do their project management in-house, so that works nicely.

How did you choose QBurst as your partner?

They actually approached us. A lot of companies approach us for outsourcing our work, I’m getting almost one or two requests every day. That request came at the right time, so I followed up on it and it worked out. I was talking to multiple candidates. I didn’t have a particular location in mind. I was open to finding anybody who could do the work and do it well. They had the expertise, and their rates were very reasonable.

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this engagement?

The project was between $50,000 and $70,000.

Does this engagement remain ongoing?

Very much so, we still use them for ad hoc improvement and maintenance-type issues.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics or metrics that would demonstrate the quality of their performance?

They did terrific work, and we got very positive feedback from our clients and end users. The system is robust, and the user interfaces are developed extremely well. The solutions are very user friendly. It was a pretty complex and challenging application that we had them build. It had a number of things that we had to integrate with, so it was not an easy application to develop.

When working with QBurst, is there anything that you’d consider unique about their approach that distinguishes them from other vendors?

I haven’t really worked with a lot of other offshore developers to be able to make an educated comparison, but I really like working with them. They’re a good, competent group of people, and I enjoy the working relationship. They’re very good from a project management perspective, too.

In retrospect, are there any areas in which you think they could improve as a service provider?

Not really. I think they’re a good resource for us and we plan to continue using them.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score. How would you rate them for the quality of work that they’ve delivered?

Five.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with the project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and conformance with the original estimates?

Five.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Five.

How likely are you to recommend them to a friend or colleague, out of five?

Five.

Custom iOS and Android Development Health Care Technology Firm

 
Mobile app development
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

The client is a platform for health care professionals to personalize, access and connect through evidence-based research while also enabling hospitals to meet new accreditation and funding requirements. The client sought a qualified technology partner to develop and deploy a new custom mobile application for both iOS and Android platforms. QBurst was recommended to the client by a close business associate, and they were selected as the solution partner based on their previous experience and demonstrated technical capabilities. Once commissioned, QBurst assumed responsibility for the technical development of the client's mobile application, which involved the following: User requirements gathering, project scoping, custom functional development, data preparation and migration, systems integration, information architecture, user interface/user experience and performance testing, ad hoc modifications and enhancements, and ongoing support.

Feedback summary: 

The client remains very satisfied with the work delivered by QBurst. According to the client, the successful launch of their custom mobile application has received nothing, but positive feedback from external end-users and internal stakeholders. The client indicated that QBurst remains instrumental to their ongoing custom development and platform enhancement initiatives. QBurst received further praise for their willingness and capacity to adopt their clients' preferred style of project management. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them to others without reservation.

"They really adapt to what the client needs. They’re flexible, and we were able to add a developer or cut a developer’s time in half on relatively short notice, depending on the needs of the project." -- Co-founder, Docphin

Co-Founder at Docphin
 
1-10 Employees
 
Greater New York City Area
Quality: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Could you briefly describe your organization?

We offer a medical research platform on Web and mobile. We provide physicians and other medical professionals with access to medical research content.

What is your position?

I’m one of the co-founders.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges that you were attempting to address when you first approached QBurst?

We started as a Web platform, and we had a beta version of the app. We were looking to launch a full-fledged app that we could then continue to add enhanced features to. We needed programmers for an iOS and Android app.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their involvement.

They were involved mostly in the functional development. We provided all of the design collateral, and other technical specs. They performed the custom coding and helped us deploy the apps once they were fully functional and tested.  

How did you choose QBurst as your partner?

A friend of ours recommended QBurst to us.

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this engagement?

[It was] $3,000 to $5,000 a month. They were very flexible in terms of ramping up and down. Some months we’d double that, and some months we’d cut that in half, depending on what our needs were.

When was the project completed?

We’ve been working with them for one and a half or two years. It’s an ongoing relationship.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the quality of their overall performance?

Our iPhone app was selected by Apple, in March of 2014, as best new app for medical professionals and featured in the medical section of the iTunes store. It has now been featured in more than 50 countries. They’ve adopted our project management system, which is great because we didn’t have to change our workflows; they adapted to our needs and us. They respond usually within 24 hours. They’ve been great. 

When working with QBurst, is there anything that you’d consider unique about their approach that distinguishes them from other vendors?

I think they really adapt to what the client needs. We manage the project directly, and they have developers that work under our supervision. We also have the ability to have a project manager and quality assurance person on their side, if we wanted. We’ve used that a little bit in the past, but mostly we’ve done the testing, the quality assurance, and the management. They’re flexible, and we were able to add a developer or cut a developer’s time in half on relatively short notice, depending on the needs of the project.

In retrospect, are there any areas in which you think they might be able to improve as a service provider?

I think it’s worked out well for us. I can’t make any recommendations for improvement based on our experience with them. Assuming they operate this way with their other clients, I’d venture to say they have a fantastic team there. Client satisfaction is clearly a priority for them.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score. How would you rate them for the quality of work that they’ve delivered?

Five.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with the project timeline?

Four and a half.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and conformance with the original estimates?

Five.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Five.

How likely are you to recommend this company to a colleague, out of five?

Five. We’ve referred them to a lot of people.

Custom Development Boutique Marketing Firm

 
Application development
 
$10,000 to $49,999
Project summary: 

The client is a technology-focused marketing solutions provider delivering tailored digital marketing, interactive web publishing, and social media engagement services. The client sought a technology partner to help manage and support technical aspects of their client projects. QBurst was one of a handful of potential vendors to receive an inquiry from the client, and they were chosen as the solution partner based on their demonstrated capabilities. Once commissioned, QBurst began to collaborate closely with the client on a number of projects, which involved the following: user requirements gathering, project scoping, data preparation & migration, database & hosting configuration, systems integration, information architecture, custom backend development, QA/QC & performance testing, and ongoing support. 

Feedback summary: 

The client remains very satisfied with the work delivered by QBurst. According to the client, QBurst remains instrumental in their various development projects. In fact, the client indicated that QBurst has far exceeded their expectations in terms of quality and reliability. QBurst was further praised for their meticulous attention to detail and their flexibility with client requests. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them highly. 

"They make it a point to ensure quality project management. We’ve always been impressed with the expertise available to us."

Owner & Founder at Ruiz McPherson Communications
 
2-11 Employees
 
Greater Washington DC Area
Quality: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Could you briefly describe your organization?

I run an interactive marketing company. We manage marketing technology solutions on behalf of our clients.

You’re the owner and founder, correct?

Yes, that’s right.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you first approached QBurst?

At the time, this was late 2000, a lot of the client work we were receiving for marketing was becoming very technical; a lot of it involved email marketing, Web design, and blogging. At the time when these requests would come in for clients, it was getting to the point where it was getting so technical that we had to turn work away. It was beginning to hurt the business, so we began to think of ways to tap into the resources we needed.

I wasn’t able to fulfill the technology requirements. It got to the point where I got tired of referring the work away, so I started searching for a technology partner that I could collaborate very closely with us on these more technical projects. After some research, I learned of QBurst and we started on a tiny project. Five years later, we’re still together, tackling all kinds of marketing technology projects.

SOLUTION

Could you describe the scope of work in greater detail?

Most of their work has primarily been in custom Web development, which has since evolved into mobile application development. They deal with all of the custom coding, testing, and deployment. We take care of creative and strategy. Together, we’re able to offer an integrated and holistic solution to our clients.

How did you select QBurst as your solution partner?

It began with some basic research, but they were the first ones we reached out to and since we were impressed by their proposal, there wasn’t any reason to continue on with the search.

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this project?

The projects vary. We’ve had some between $5,000 and $20,000. But, we’ve also had some that range well more than $40,000.

When was this project completed?

The relationship remains ongoing, but the most recent project was launched in February [of 2014].

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

The overall results have been that our clients are delighted. They’ve been very happy with all of the solutions that we’ve delivered thus far. There hasn’t been a perfect project because there’s no such thing, but the deployments have been relatively smooth. We haven’t experienced an incident since 2009, and even then, the communications issues were resolved rapidly. They make it a point to ensure quality project management.

When working with QBurst, is there anything you’d consider unique about their approach and/or development methodology that distinguish them from other vendors?

In my experience, they’re just very technically seasoned. I can ask any question and if they don’t know it, they have someone on the team that can come back and deliver a layman's explanation. We’ve always been impressed with the expertise available to their developers.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think they could improve as a service provider?

If I had to pick one thing, it would be quality of their interface designs. They’re technologists at heart, so you’re not going to have fancy or extravagant designs, but they’ve improved that over the years. They’re great with design instructions. In other words, if you give them the guidance they can definitely deliver. But what you can’t do is go to them with an idea and something more subjective and have them build something out from scratch. They know where their strengths are, and it’s very clearly in the technical areas. 

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score.

How would you rate them for the quality of work they’ve delivered?

Five. Their technical development is top notch.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with the project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value and/or conformance with the original estimates?

Four and a half.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Five.

How likely are you to recommend them to a friend or colleague?

Five. I’ve referred them in the past and continue to do so.

Mayra Ruiz McPherson

Custom iOS/Android Development Startup

 
Mobile app development
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

The client is an information technology  startup that offers mobile applications (iOS and Android) to commercial businesses. The client sought a technology partner to develop and deploy their custom mobile application for both iOS and Android platforms. QBurst was one of several potential vendors to receive a request for proposal from the client, and they were chosen as the solution partner based on their demonstrated capabilities. Once commissioned, QBurst assumed responsibility for the client's mobile application project, which required the following services: User requirements gathering, project scoping, custom functional development, user interface/user experience and performance testing, and ongoing support. 

Feedback summary: 

The client remains quite pleased with the work delivered by QBurst. While their project remains ongoing, the client indicated that their development cycle has progressed without issue. QBurst was recognized explicitly for their ability to deliver consistently high-quality code. QBurst was also praised highly for their responsiveness to and flexibility with client requests. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them to others.

"They're great at incorporating their client's feedback into the development cycle. We feel like they really listen and understand our desires."

Founder & CEO at Daycare2me
 
2-11 Employees
 
Austin, Texas
Quality: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Could you provide a brief description of your organization?

Our company creates apps for technical interests. Our apps cater to the business-to-business marketplace.

What is your position?

I'm the owner and founder.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges that you were attempting to address when you first approached QBurst?

This was a technical application for both iOS and Android platforms. Even though we do have some technical expertise, we didn't feel comfortable with the idea of deploying our app on our own within the timeframe we wanted. For that reason, we wanted to find a development partner that could develop the app for us under our direct supervision. Because timing and budget were key constraints for us, we knew we wanted to approach an offshore vendor.

SOLUTION

Could you describe the scope of work delivered during the course of this engagement?

Yes. They provided project management resources, custom software development, data preparation and migration, user testing and quality assurance, and ongoing support. We collaborated closely with them throughout the entire deployment.

How did you select QBurst as your solution partner?

We posted our project description on Elance.com and QBurst was one of a few offshore vendors that responded with a proposal. We followed up with them directly and had them show us some of their previous work for both iOS and Android. We were impressed with what they'd done and it was made clear to us that they had some considerable development resources, which was a nice reassurance because we knew that if we were successful, it was going to be likely that we'd have increased development needs. So, scalability was also a big factor for us. We felt that QBurst could offer us the best service for the most reasonable price. That's ultimately why we ended up choosing them.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback you've received that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

I don't know if I can share quantitative figures with you, but they've delivered work ahead of schedule on a regular basis. Their development output comes to us already tested, which means we have very few user-facing defects. The feedback we've received has been generally positive. We've heard positive remarks about both the layout of the app and its actual functionality. We've been very satisfied with the results.

When working with QBurst, is there anything you'd consider unique about their approach or development methodology that distinguishes them from other vendors?

The first thing is that there's no element of surprise with them. Everything is well managed and their approach is very simple. It's not very bureaucratic. You don't have to go through a lot of approval processes. They're great at incorporating their client's feedback into the development cycle. We feel like they really listen and understand our desires and do their best to align their work with those things.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think they could improve as a service provider?

I think cost is always an area for improvement, but I don't think they're unreasonable in terms of service. They definitely weren't the cheapest option for us, but given the level of service, I can't say it wasn't worth it.

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score. How would you rate them for the quality of work delivered?

Five.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting deadlines and compliance with the project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Five.

How likely would you be to recommend them to a friend or colleague?

Five.

Kapil Rajurkar

Custom Development Information Technology Startup

 
Web development
 
$50,000 to $199,999
Project summary: 

The client is an information technology startup offering e-commerce, development, and design services to commercial clients. The client sought a technology partner to design and develop a custom mobile application using HTML5. QBurst was one of several potential vendors to receive an inquiry and statement of work from the client, and they were selected QBurst based on their previous experience and relative cost estimate. Once commissioned, QBurst assumed responsibility for deploying the client's custom application, which entailed the following services: Requirements gathering, project scoping, custom functional development (HTML5), user interface/user experience and performance testing, and ongoing support. 

Feedback summary: 

The client conveyed great satisfaction for the work delivered by QBurst. While the application development was successful, the client has yet to release the first version to its users. The client indicated that the custom coding delivered by QBurst was of consistently high quality. In fact, QBurst was praised highly for their meticulous and thorough approach to app development. The client maintains an ongoing relationship with QBurst and recommends them to others. 

"Their team delivers high-quality code on a consistent basis. We've been very impressed by the diligence of their developers."

Owner & Founder at Ksens
 
11-50 Employees
 
Poland
Quality: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Could you provide a brief description of your organization?

First of all, we're a very small company. We're about five people, with some additional contractors. We focus on delivering IT [information technology]-related services, such as e-commerce, development, and design expertise, to commercial clients. 

What is your position?

I'm the owner and founder.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you first approached QBurst?

At the time, we were looking for a vendor to develop a custom Web application for us. We had the conceptual design, but we needed programmers to build a functioning model. We didn't have the resources in house, and we wanted to minimize the total amount of resources we had to invest in this first build. 

SOLUTION

How did you select QBurst as your solution partner for this endeavor?

We'd already been introduced to them through some sort of local event. Their local development team was present at the same event. When we first began planning our project, and we decided we wanted to find a partner, QBurst naturally came up in our discussion. We sent a description of our project to a handful of local vendors, including QBurst. We were ultimately most impressed by their proposal, so we invited them to present some of their relevant work. They showed us a few of their past projects that incorporated similar requirements to ours, which made us feel very comfortable in their capabilities. That's how they won the work. 

Could you describe the scope of work they've delivered to you during the course of this project?

As I'd mentioned, we really only needed them for the functional development of the Web app. We had the design and framework prepared when we first went to them. We needed them for their coding capabilities. They performed all of the custom development using HTML5 and handled all of the quality assurance testing. They continue to offer support to us. 

Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?

In U.S. dollars, I think we probably spent between $60,000 and $70,000 for the development. 

When was this project completed?

It must have been near the end of April, perhaps the beginning of May [of 2014]. 

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

I actually can't share any figures with you because we haven't released the functional version to users quite yet. We're still in the process of devising and rolling out our deployment strategy, and we needed some extra time to consider how we're going to market it to new users. I can tell you that in terms of performance, their team delivers high-quality code on a consistent basis. We've been very impressed by the diligence of their developers. We've rarely found bugs or errors in their code. Because of their vigilance, we don't really anticipate running into any technical difficulties when we do end up releasing it to users. 

When working with QBurst, is there anything you'd consider unique about their strategic approach or development methodology that distinguish them from other vendors?

Like I said before, it'd have to be the quality of their code. We've been working on the project for some time now, and we've never run into issues with functionality. It's clear to us that they've got some serious technical talent over there. At the end of the day, since we hired them exclusively for their coding abilities, I can't say that we've been disappointed.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think QBurst could improve as a service provider?

To be entirely honest, my only recommendation for them would be to invest in their UI/UX [user interface/user experience] expertise. We were responsible for dealing with user testing and ensuring the interface was usable and accessible. It'd have been great if they could have also taken responsibility for that, even if just to review the work we'd done. That's the only area that I saw could really use some improvement. 

We have five additional questions. For each of these, we ask that you rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the best score. How would you rate them for the quality of work delivered?

Four.

How would you rate them for scheduling, as in meeting your deadlines and compliance with the project timeline?

Five.

How would you rate them for cost, as in value for your money and conformance with the original estimates?

Four.

How would you rate your overall experience collaborating with QBurst?

Four.

How willing would you be to refer them to a friend or colleague?

Four.

Waldemar Kardasz

Mobile Application Startup Development

 
Mobile app development
 
$200,000 to $999,999
Project summary: 

The client is a mobile application startup that is creating an e-commerce app for the hospitality industry. There was a need to find a technology partner to act as the CTO. QBurst was selected to provide development and advice. The work is ongoing and has grown into a very large engagement.

Feedback summary: 

The client is very satisfied with the work delivered by QBurst. They have a deep team that manages projects well and is independent. The only complaint is that creative design could improve. QBurst is highly recommended to others.

"They did exactly what I asked, and they moved the project along without a lot of management oversight from me."

Founder, Ecommerce Mobile App Startup
 
2-10 employees
 
New York Metro Area
Quality: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Schedule: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Cost: 

Average: 4 (1 vote)

Overall rating: 

Average: 4.5 (1 vote)

Willing to refer: 

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Details: 

BACKGROUND

Please describe your company.

We are a startup that is doing an e-commerce app in the hospitality space.

What is your role and responsibilities, please?

I am the founder.

OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE

What was your goal for working with QBurst?

We used them as our CTO and team partner.

SOLUTION

Please describe the scope of their work.

They’ve been our partner from everything from the strategy to the vision behind the product. They do everything from wireframes and specs to the coding. They did design work as well. We’ve spoken with them about doing some business intelligence work once we get launched, which they also do.

What was your process for selecting QBurst with which to work?

I looked at some of their top developers and spoke with a handful of them. I knew some people who had previously worked in the industry. I also spoke to some people who hired them to develop sites in the past that were actually live.

Can you provide a ballpark dollar figure for the size of the work that they’ve done for you?

The total cost is around $500,000.

Is the work ongoing or completed?

The work is ongoing.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Do you have any statistics or metrics to track improvement from the project?

We had a budget, and the projects have all changed as we move along. It wasn't like I handed them a spec and asked them to build it. It was an iterative process. From that standpoint, we were quite a bit higher than what the project was originally quoted, but a lot of that was from us evolving the vision of the project. It wasn’t on them.

Are you satisfied with their work?

Yes. The work has been very good. They did exactly what I asked, and they moved the project along without a lot of management oversight from me. Their senior people are good about keeping projects moving forward.

Is there anything unique about them that really makes them stand out, compared to other companies?

They can put a lot of resources on a project quickly, which is nice. I haven’t done a lot of other projects and don’t have a lot of data points to compare them to.

Looking back on the work so far, is there any area that you think they could improve upon or that you might do differently?

If they could improve on anything, it would be on the creative design side. They are very good at executing things the way the majority of websites have been done, but they could also take some risks.

We ask you to rate QBurst on a scale of one to five, with five being the top score. What would you give them out of five for the quality of their work?

Four point five.

For schedule, as in being on time and meeting deadlines?

Five. They’re very good at that.

For cost, as in value for your money and sticking with the original estimates?

Four.

For the overall score?

Four point five.

How likely are you to recommend QBurst to a colleague, out of five?

Five. I have already given their name out.

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QBurst was involved in the site’s API development and database design.

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QBurst developed a mobile solution that can be used interchangeably with the web tool kit using the same credentials.

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Check out the app on iTunes.  

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QBurst provided Venalogic a multipart web-based solution that delivers deep insights into the social standing of professional athletes. Raw data is collected from social media channels, fed into a distributed storage system and sorted chronologically.

The processor analyzes the data collected, identifies entities mentioned, counts the number of mentions, and calculates the sentiments on the athlete. The web application fetches the processed data and displays it graphically.The application also highlights the key influencers. Content can be accessed using five kinds of accounts. A management console helps the administrator add new athletes to the ‘watch list’.

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Teacher’s Pet is a fun game similar to Paper Toss. In the gameplay, the player takes on the role of a backbencher, and flings objects at the teacher’s pet seated in front of the classroom. 

The game includes 16 difficulty levels, a store to obtain free items and purchase new interesting throwables, and the ability to connect to Game Center. The game is built for iPhone and iPod Touch.

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QBurst carried out significant customizations to the customer portal using Force.com which resulted in enhanced user experience. Improvements in functionality helped Rosetta Stone track customer interests and put in place an efficient system that helped reduce support and operational costs.

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