What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
The first product we delivered was a complete success. The arts and culture platform for a local university was delivered on time and satisfied all of their requirements.
After that, they also implemented a well-established algorithm regarding analysis for sensors and the data gathered from them. It was a machine-learning algorithm that parses all the values from the sensors and, based on those values, we’re able to determine the performance of a machine. We struggled with the problem for a year and a half before we offered it to webamboos, and they solved it successfully.
How did webamboos perform from a project management standpoint?
We use the Kanban agile methodology, and they use Jira as a project management tool. We use Microsoft Project internally, and we synchronize our tasks, deadlines, and milestones for each project. We have good communication.
What did you find most impressive about them?
They’re focused on providing solutions and solving problems that aren’t entirely specified or defined. Other companies we’ve worked with reacted only to the requirements provided. webamboos is open-minded. They come up with their own solutions, and they bring an external point of view that often proves better than ours. webamboos has a fresh take on our problems.
Are there any areas they could improve?
They could grow more. Our requirements are pressing, and our projects are growing larger and larger. They have limited resources now, but they may be able to grow in time.
Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?
It’s important to have good communication. If the client puts all the potential problems on the table, webamboos will provide a better solution and ensure fast deployment for the project.