Engagement Model
Engagement Models
Since business needs vary from company to company based on individual setups, we provide you a range of business prototypes to match your requirements.
  1. Finite range
  2. Fixed pricing
  3. Scope has a distinct limit
  4. Recommended model when assignment needs are quite perfect and precise
  5. Project assessments would be put forward utilizing typical methodologies into delivery time period with tech stack
  6. The price involved in a project is estimated prior to the commencement with stage wise deadlines and timeline of delivery.
  7. Less risky model
  8. All the factors such as technology, Pricing, Milestones, Delivery in days, Scope is known
  1. Recommended when an assignment’s needs are not precise enough and there is constant alteration often in various stages. (Beginning, Middle, Completion)
  2. Possible allocation of resources is as follows: Business Analyst= 15%, Developer= 40%, Testers = 25%, Project Manager= 20%
  3. Standard costs per hour for resources based on the extent of experience
  1. What else can we offer? Well, we provide mixed models based on individual, project-wise scenario. For instance, our best personnel can be involved in the preliminary scope and operational definition stage under Fixed Pricing model, and then transform this involvement to other type of models as per your need.
  1. This is also known as “Hiring Dedicated Resource” based on the extent of experience into the terms of years. This includes personnel such as Business Analyst, Designers, Developers, Testers and Project Managers.
  2. Standard costs per hour
  3. The needs keep updating vigorously and the customer is anticipating long term commitment. For example, Product ideation up to maintenance and support
  4. Sweet spot
  5. Complete overview of customers on their assignment with project assets
  6. Unceasing support
  7. We function as a pillar of strength for your IT requirements right from designing up to development at every single stage of SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle)
  8. Support and Maintenance