What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
This is a cutting-edge field of work that requires independent research and learning a lot upfront. They’ve been adaptable in this area, and they’re comfortable in the fintech domain. It’s clear that they’re deeply interested in our work, able to scale up quickly.
Their finished products have high uptimes. They also have experience handling large volumes of data, which has helped in our efforts to manage blockchain data. We’ve been able to use the expertise of their developers to support all of the data processing involved.
How did Scalac, Inc. perform from a project management standpoint?
We’re happy with the way they work because of the level of independence they offer. They have their own project managers that can delegate work. Other times, when we have specific requirements, they’re able to adhere to those as well. Our relationship has become very productive that way.
Despite our remote relationship and their offshore location, communication has never been a problem. All members of their team have been able to discuss their work. Time differences have been beneficial because we have solid workday overlap hours with them. They’re responsive and always get back to us quickly.
What did you find most impressive about them?
They are clearly highly-trained in this field. That’s a huge advantage over other companies we’ve spoken to. They seem passionate about their programming language and tools, so we’ve learned a lot from them. We recommend them frequently, and my connections have also been happy with their work.
Their communication skills and price points really set them apart from our other options. They’re competitive from all angles. We appreciate their flexibility and ability to handle work independently if needed. They take whatever we ask of them and make it work. Even though much of their work is done remotely, a representative from their company stops by our office every once and a while to grow our relationship.
Are there any areas they could improve?
It would be really helpful to have a minimal presence in the United States for collaboration purposes.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
Communicate with them about their capabilities. If you’re doubting them, start them off on a mini-project. If you offer that and set expectations upfront, they’re sure to be happy to accommodate you before committing to a long-term relationship.