Please describe the scope of their involvement in detail.
I'm not a technical guy, so I can't give you the scope of what they're doing. They're still working on two additional products for us at the moment. We have an ongoing relationship with them as part of our outsource development team. Our product is fully functional in modern-day browsers.
Instead of syncing files from your desktop, you work completely in a cloud server, whether it be as a small company where you work in the public cloud environment that we have, or if you have a larger organization and you feel that you want to have your own private cloud server. The whole product works in a browser, regardless of the device you are using, be it a laptop, desktop, or tablet. We have a mobile app, which we've also asked Redwerk to review and update for us.
How did you come to work with Redwerk?
We actually had been looking for a number of different outsourcing environments. We worked close to home, we worked with some people in Malta, and we worked with outsourcing companies in India, with varying degrees of success. Last year, we got back in touch with Konstantin [Klyagin, the CEO] from Redwerk. We gave them a project that was quite successful, and the communication has been very good. As a result, the amount of work that we placed with them has grown, and it helps with what we're doing. We have a couple of developers there who seem to understand what our product is.
Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?
At the moment, we tend to work on small projects at a time – less than $10,000 for each one. We're working together right now, and we're discussing the possibility of taking on a team there, where we'd be talking about expanding the scope and size of the work. But, that's still in discussions.
What is the status of this engagement?
I believe we started working with Redwerk in the second quarter of 2014. The relationship is ongoing.