What was the scope of their involvement?
The platform that Queble designed is the technology infrastructure that matches clients to dieticians. Jackson [CEO, Queble Solutions] and his team took the app itself and solidified it. They made significant improvements and changes –everything from cleaning some technical debt out of the codebase to developing new features.
From there, we engaged them to also create a marketing website and a technology backend infrastructure for managing the backend of our systems. We work with Jackson on the web side, the marketing site, as well as the iOS and the design side. He transformed it from a Ruby on Rails site to a PHP platform.
Jackson works in sprint iterations. Together, we would outline a monthly agenda ahead of time, agree upon the scope and the actual details of the functionality or the design and everything in between.
What is the team dynamic?
Jackson [CEO, Queble Solutions] was my primary point of contact. His platform is very scalable. If we needed 30 people, there would be 30 people. If we needed five people, there would be five. We worked with an iOS developer, a designer, a web person, and a QA professional. So, there were at least four or five others that I interact with regularly.
How did you come to work with Queble?
Jackson [CEO, Queble Solutions] reached out to me years ago, before we ever launched EduPlated, to pick my brain on my last technology startup, which was in a similar industry that he had some experience in. When it came down for us to post the job opportunity, he came calling. He really “wowed” us.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together in May 2017 and the work is ongoing.