What was the scope of their involvement?
We brought them the idea and they helped us break it down. We had an idea of how we wanted the app to function, but they took that general idea and came up with the best ways to make it function for users. They took our rough wireframes and put their own creative spin on them, polishing the app to make it look professional and well-done.
Right now, the app is currently for iOS. Initially, we had launched about a year ago, before pivoting the business a little. The initial launch was on iOS, Android, and Windows, but for the direction we wanted to move, we decided to start with iOS initially and then branch out from there.
What is the team composition?
We have a very close relationship with Azam (Chief Systems Architect, SDSol) and Sam (VP of Product Development, SDSol). On a day to day basis, we’re in touch with Javier (Marketing Manager, SDSol) who helps with our ongoing marketing efforts.
How did you come to work with SDSol Technologies?
We were located in Miami at the time and we came across SDSol through a Google search. When we met with others, we felt like we were just a number and didn’t really have an immediate connection with them.
We were looking for a team and company that we could grow with and someone who saw our vision, rather than just a cheque. They’ve become like family and we don’t regret the collaboration one bit. They’re the only people we’ve worked with since the very beginning of this project.
How much have you invested in them?
We’ve spent approximately $150,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We began working with them in June 2014 and the relationship is ongoing.