The development team has to deliver a specific scope on a set schedule for a fixed price.
The client has to pay for the hours invested in the project until completion.
Direct sacrifice on quality in order to meet budget and deadlines.
Too much effort and time spent on requirements gathering, which most likely will be outdated halfway through the project.
High focus on contracts; constant change orders and negotiations.
Budget easily gets out of control and cost increases significantly.
Impact on the project schedule, deadlines are continuously delayed.
Waste of effort and time by building features that don’t add value to the business.
At the beginning of the project, you will never know all the real needs you have.
You should keep your budget and time focused on the features that add value to your business.
“The only way to make
deadline — the only way to go fast — is to keep the code as clean as possible at
Robert C. Martin, Clean Code
Set a fixed budget and schedule at the beginning of the project and constantly plan to get the most out of the remaining budget.
Allows flexibility for scope changes based on business and user needs.
Keeps stakeholders focused and helps them prioritize the most important features.
Every feature build provides real business value.
Deadlines are met and budget is under control.
We go through a discovery sprint to understand your needs and provide you with a ballpark estimate.
After the discovery sprint, you define the budget.
You define the features to build, controlling budget and due dates.
We help you prioritize and we deliver working software every two weeks.
We use proven best practices: Scrum, TDD, and Continuous Integration.
You get scalable and maintainable software.
115 W 18th St
New York, NY 10011
221 West 6th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Av. Shyris N44-135