Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
As far as the client was concerned, the platform was successful. They received everything that they wanted. All issues were related to operating logistics, not Rozdoum's development.
We went through performance testing for the system, and it was able to handle 2,000 concurrent users at the time. It was capable of being scaled up, but it never went further than that at the time.
How did Rozdoum perform from a project management standpoint?
Everything required of Rozdoum was delivered on time in 95% of cases. Any delays were usually due to specification changes. We used Jira for our collaboration, which was provided by Rozdoum. I mainly kept in touch with our project manager, but I did have communications with the development team as well, for particular tasks.
What did you find most impressive about Rozdoum?
I find Rozdoum to have an organizational structure more akin to what is found in the US.
Are there any areas Rozdoum could improve?
At times, when we wanted to accelerate certain portions of the project, Rozdoum couldn't provide additional staff. It would be nice to have this, but I can understand that keeping people on staff without assigned work doesn't make much sense from a business perspective.
What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with Rozdoum?
Rozdoum typically keeps to the specified requirements. They do make suggestions in the initial phases, but clients should understand that the work will be done precisely as instructed, which can differ from their actual vision. We've had some delays after the client realized the result wasn't quite what they meant to develop.