Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
The feedback we have received is overwhelmingly positive. Most of the feedback we get is on the aesthetics of the application. In large part, the credit goes to our designer and Yomba for that. It’s very graphics rich and because it’s all developed with native tools, it’s very fast and fluid and works very well.
How did Yomba perform from a project management standpoint?
It was a good performance. Comparing to other developers that we worked with, I’d say Yomba was by far the best in all aspects. The project was on time and communication was very easy. They raised the right questions, and they really worked very well with the server side. There were many issues that had to be resolved and a lot of testing to be done. They were always available and did a good, solid job.
What did you find most impressive about Yomba?
I’d say attention to detail. What I really liked was how they took ownership of the project. They wanted to really to make it great and make sure that it worked well, and I really appreciate that. They were always bringing clever solutions to the conversation. In that sense, they didn’t require much management. They had to be pushed a little bit to be more aggressively, but they gave great advice and in the end and it proved to be very effective
Are there any areas Yomba could improve?
I cannot think of anything. There is always a concern when a developer raises various questions, because you would think there’s going to be a big cost overrun, but to be totally frank, I was always surprised that they were building everything on time, and the best that we would estimate would be that it would take more time than they were billing for. In that sense, we were very comfortable with all their suggestions. We didn’t feel like we were being taken advantage of. On the contrary, the suggestions were very proper, and in the end, they resolved all the issues.