Where Possibilities meets Technology
WebOccult Technologies is known for providing innovative and user-friendly app solutions for simplifying highly complex processes of modern business. Headquartered in Ahmedabad, India, WebOccult has expanded its global footprints by providing result-oriented IT solutions in the domains of web development, mobile app development, IoT, Augmented Reality (AR), Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence.
We provide a wide range of services in the domains of
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Web and Mobile Application Development
- Graphics and Web Design
- Blockchain Development
- AR/VR Solutions
- IoT Application Development
Key Technologies We Work on
Our Development Approach
Developing feature-rich app solutions while maintaining coding standards and meeting deadlines remain our forte since inception. We offer end-to-end solutions from ideation to development and deployment to maintenance to boost our clients’ business. In a short time of establishment, we could get recognition as a leading web and mobile app development company because of our holistic approach and our experienced developers’ focus on performance.
If you want to avail the advantage of emerging technologies and evolving mobile platform, WebOccult can be your one-stop destination. Just send us your requirements at [email protected] to get a free quote and complete technical assistance. Want to know more about our services? Just click on www.weboccult.com
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"In general, they did everything pretty quickly and were responsive to work with."
WebOccult Technologies developed a website for a software house looking to build it on a HubSpot platform. They used existing designs and handled the coding all the way through the launch.
"In general, they did everything pretty quickly and were responsive to work with."
Jul 15, 2020
The work from WebOccult Technologies earned positive feedback and satisfies the client’s requirements, though more QA support could have been helpful. From their expertise in SEO to their immediate responsiveness, their team was impressive and flexible.
A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.
Introduce your business and what you do there.
I’m a marketing manager for a Python software house. We hire more than 200 developers, who are mostly Python developers. We recently branched out into other technologies as well such as React, machine learning, and things like that. We also do consulting and product design. Our clients are mostly mid-market companies, but we also work with corporate clients.
What challenge were you trying to address with WebOccult Technologies?
We had a pretty outdated website and before we decided to hire WebOccult, we wanted the website within HubSpot because we had been using HubSpot CMS and CRM and wanted to stick to that technology.
We’re mostly Python-based, and most of our developers, especially the frontend developers, were occupied with different projects. Even though we are a software house, we decided to outsource the building of our website.
What was the scope of their involvement?
They handle the development of the website because we work on the project graphics and visuals on our side. We work in batches, so we prepared the first batch of design and passed the design onto WebOccult. They developed and coded in the staging environment. After that, we did the QA together.
On our side, we had a little more to do because we had to prepare content and the content was passed onto the designers who did the design, and then we uploaded on Zeppelin. WebOccult Technologies had access to Zeppelin and that is where they were basing the development activities. They took care of the technical aspects, making it pretty much live on HubSpot, and we did everything else.
We’re still working on the website, making changes and tweaking things. We’ll be working on other batches, but most of the project has already been done.
What is the team composition?
We work with two people.
How did you come to work with WebOccult Technologies?
We used Clutch to scan through different companies that specialize in HubSpot. We wanted to outsource to India because it is cheaper, and we wanted to try it. At the end of the day, there’s not much that can go wrong in building a website when you have all the designs that were made by us. We weren’t afraid of outsourcing there.
We had a few other companies as well that we had calls with. At the end of the day, WebOccult, both communication-wise, and price-wise, were okay so we decided to go with them.
How much have you invested in them?
So far, they’ve worked 300 hours for us, and we have spent around $6,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started the project in late March 2020.
What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
The overall feedback was very positive. In general, they did everything pretty quickly and were responsive to work with.
How did WebOccult Technologies perform from a project management standpoint?
We’ve worked with one developer who works on the website full-time, and the other person acts as a product manager. He essentially coordinated the work on their side while I was the product manager on the client-side. The workflow was fairly simple. They took care of tweaks and changes very quickly, and they assisted us with the final launch of the MVP.
What did you find most impressive about them?
For me, the most impressive thing was that they were really quick to reply to my emails. There was never a situation when we couldn’t agree on a date to jump on a call. If I said I needed to hop on a call with them to explain something, they asked me to suggest a time that worked best. They were flexible and responsive and those were the main things that stood out in my opinion.
They were also very eager to do SEO optimization. They were knowledgeable in this area and they were willing to follow our ideas and try things we weren’t sure were possible.
Are there any areas they could improve?
The only thing that wasn’t the best was the quality assurance. I had to jump in and do the QA myself even though they were supposed to handle it.
They also could have followed the design guidelines better, but even if they didn’t, they could’ve caught it in the QA session but we have to do that ourselves. That was the only downside of working with them but they compensated for it with their speed and being really responsive.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
You’ll get great quality for the money you pay. The rates are not that high and what you get in exchange is really good. Do the QA on your side. Take it in-house, and have one dedicated person to be in touch with them and check the outcome of the development process. I didn’t have to interfere with the development, but just checked if everything worked properly and if they were following the guidelines in terms of design.