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Cooperative patterns

Fixed price

This model is one of the two most popular models of cooperation. The most demanded for small and medium-sized businesses in the work on short-term and medium-term projects. The model includes the exact amount of requirements, deadlines and a fixed budget.

The customer defines a set of requirements for the final solution, which should not change throughout the term of creation of the final product. Our company in its turn provides a schedule, a detailed work plan and a monetary assessment based on the scope of work and the complexity of the project.

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Time and material

This model is optimal for long-term projects with varying requirements and an undefined amount of work. If at the first stages of the project creation there is not enough data or the customer wants to get more control over the process of creating the solution, this model helps to provide flexibility to define and record changes to the project at any stage of its implementation.

This model of cooperation provides the flexibility of the size and volume of developer team load involved in the project optimizing time and costs. The total cost of the project is determined by the amount of time and resources spent, based on the number of specialists and the mutually agreed hourly rate for different categories of employees.

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A dedicated team

This model allows customers to expand their staff at the expense of professionals working offsite. Our company offers a team of specialists, previously selected by the customer. The team adopts the norms and methodology of software development and project management of the customer. Project management can be carried out both on the customer’s location and from the office of our company. In both cases, the customer has full control over the software life cycle.

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