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How we do and that’s how the whole thing works

IT-project launch guidance

How we do and that's how the whole thing works

What do you get?

  • Ready to use product or prototype
  • A detailed plan for product development with estimates and timing
  • Tech problem solving
  • Comprehensive consulting including an assessment of business processes and needs for IT products
  • A detailed plan for implementation of the product into your business

What do you get?

  • A signed contract relevant to US laws
  • Flexibility in drawing up parts of the contract, which takes all your wishes into consideration
  • NDA at your request
  • A guarantee of an appropriate performance
  • Lifetime warranty on our code and timing

What do you get?

  • Control of the development process:
  • A work process using SCRUM and AGILE methodologies, or any others, which will maximize efficiency and are convenient for you
  • Constant communication with the team, project managers, teamleads, allowing you to provide quality feedback, regardless of the difference in time zones
  • Your wishes considered on each development stage
  • Detection and correction of all possible bugs on each stage Final testing
  • Detailed consulting at various stages of development, as well as solutions for the problems found
  • Strict compliance with the contract and approved stages of development
  • A product that meets all your requirements, both in terms of functionality and logic

What do you get?

  • A fully tested and ready to use product
  • Integration of the product into your company processes
  • Additional services to help make the product more efficient
  • A lifetime warranty on our company's code, which serves as an indicator of our confidence in the quality of our services

What do you get?

  • Tech support
  • Development of new
    features
  • Analytics

We also take care of other important aspects

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Communication

Our software development company works hard to do our best in terms of communication as we understand that both we and our clients need to always be in touch for the most effective work on the project.

To achieve this, we use both planned communication which includes meetings, brain storming and reporting, as well as unscheduled communication such as prompt answers to urgent questions, work with client requests etc. Basically, we are always in touch through the Watch online button (by clicking it, our customers can personally see how we work on their project).

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Legal aspects

Mass Media Group knows how important it is for our customers to have guarantees of quality and integrity of their corporate data. That is why we always document all the details, requirements and obligations ahead of time.

We offer an internationally recognized contract where everything is spelled out from the small details and the client’s wants to the methodology and application architecture. The contract also includes the findings of IT consulting.  It specifies the detailed estimates on time and cost in order to ensure maximum transparency in matters of pricing.

In addition, we provide a non-disclosure agreement guaranteeing that your data will not fall into the hands of competitors.  We also offer a free lifetime code warranty so the client feels confident in our willingness to be responsible for the product’s quality and operation.

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Responsibility

We guarantee a responsible attitude to the implementation of the project. At Mass Media Group, timely and high-quality task execution is monitored at 3 levels.

  • CEO and CTO actively use special tools to monitor the implementation of global tasks.
  • Stories, sprints and tasks are monitored by project managers who, among other things, are constantly reporting on progress.
  • And finally, the developers involved in the project are supervised by team leads who help them when necessary and ensure high-quality performance.
  • To eliminate possible errors and bugs in the code, the project goes through many stages of testing by our experienced QA-engineers.

Our IT solution company provides several engagement models

You decide which model suits your project best.

Fixed price

This is an engagement model in which both parties mutually agree to the workload and requirements for the project indicating the necessary amount of time needed. Then our company provides IT specialists that meet the requirements of the customer. The client manages the process and makes decisions on the development of the project independently. An outsourcing software development company can help them only in certain organizational matters.

This is an engagement model in which both parties mutually agree to the workload and requirements for the project indicating the necessary amount of time needed. Then our company provides IT specialists that meet the requirements of the customer. The client manages the process and makes decisions on the development of the project independently. An outsourcing software development company can help them only in certain organizational matters.

Pros:
• Direct communication and control of the team;
• The greatest engagement model in terms of reliability;
• The software development team works on a long-term basis and is interested in quality;
• High work efficiency - the software development team is familiar with the product and works on it for a long time;
• Suitable for long and complex projects.

Cons:
• Making changes to the project require additional coordination regarding cost as well as additional changes to the contract;
• Requires very detailed documentation;
• Not applicable to large and complex projects.

Dedicated Team

This is an engagement model in which both parties mutually agree with the workload and requirements for the project indicating the necessary amount of time. Our company provides IT specialists that meet the requirements of the customer who fully concentrate on projects.
The client manages the process and makes decisions on the development of the project independently. An outsourcing software development company can help them only in certain organizational matters.

This is an engagement model in which both parties mutually agree with the workload and requirements for the project indicating the necessary amount of time. Our company provides IT specialists that meet the requirements of the customer who fully concentrate on projects.

The client manages the process and makes decisions on the development of the project independently. An outsourcing software development company can help them only in certain organizational matters.


Pros:
• Direct communication and control of the team;
• The greatest engagement model in terms of reliability;
• The software development team works on a long-term basis and is interested in quality;
• High work efficiency - the software development team is familiar with the product and works on it for a long time;
• Suitable for long and complex projects.

Cons:
The most expensive of the engagement models;
Requires costs and time for proper team management.

Time and Materials

This is an engagement model in which both parties mutually agree with the workload and requirements for the project, indicating the necessary amount of time.
Then outsourcing software development company provides IT specialists that meet the requirements of the customer, which fully concentrate on a projects.
The client manages the process and makes decisions on the development of the project independently. An outsourcing software development company can help them only in certain organizational matters.

This is an engagement model where the price is formed according to the time spent by the team and materials spent on the development of the software. The project is divided into tasks, the performer estimates the first task and provides data - how many man-hours are needed to implement it, multiply the man-hours by the rate(s) of the developer(s) and get the cost of the task. Payment occurs after the completion of a task or sprint.

Pros:
• Flexibility of the engagement model - the client can make changes at any stage of development;
• Quick start - there is no need for detailed documentation for the entire project at once;
• Focused on agile development methodologies;
• Pay as software developers complete tasks.

Cons:
• Constant monitoring by the client is required in this engagement model;
• Time for coordination needed;
• Possible difficulties in assessing the cost of the project in advance.

FFF — Fixed time, Fix budget, Flex-scope

This type of engagement model allows you to work TOGETHER with a client. At the beginning, the software development company has a certain budget, for example, $100 and the amount of work on the client's tasks, for example X hours of a specialist's work. If the client with his new wishlist exceeds the hundred-dollar budget, the software development company either removes part of the functionality (old or new) in the second release, or rejects the idea without increasing the $100 budget.

This type of engagement model allows you to work TOGETHER with a client. At the beginning, the software development company has a certain budget, for example, $100, and the amount of work on the client’s tasks, for example, X hours of a specialist’s work. If the client with his new wishlist exceeds the hundred-dollar budget, the software development company either removes part of the functionality (old or new) in the second release or rejects the idea without increasing the $100 budget.

With each innovation, we look at what change it will make to the budget. If the budget is exceeded, then the work can either be transferred to the second release or stand in the current iteration of development. The main principle: in the current iteration, the software development company doesn’t change the budget and terms under any circumstances.

Pros:
• Price and quality remain unchanged when adjusting the scope of work;
• Convenient engagement model if there are more ideas than money, and you need to focus on creating the best product for your budget;

Cons:
• This type of engagement model requires working more closely with the development company and the client;
• This engagement model requires more careful planning and flexibility on both sides.