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PRICING

COMMITMENT PLAN TAILORED FOR YOUR BUSINESS

We’ve prepared three models based on our experience
Let’s choose pricing model tailored for your needs

WATERFALL

Fixed Price contract with analysis

in the Waterfall model.

Clearly defined functional requirements

Knowing the exact budget

Binding and transparent design and technical specifications

Delivery schedule based on specific dates

Ability to plan work for many variables

AGILE

Agile contract 3, 6 or 12 months

Project scope flexibility

Transparent budget control

Continuous and equal involvement in the process on both sides


Immediate transfer of copyright

 

The fastest way to check the system in production or market conditions

MVP

Fixed Price in the Minimum Viable Product version

Great focus on functionality

Quick and clear implementation stages

Tangible business value on a tight budget

Approximate work schedule


Manual tests and objective measurements of the project's profitability

NOT SURE WHICH PLAN FITS YOUR BUSINESS?

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CASE STUDIES

Check out our selected case studies! It's the perfect way to see how we've matched pricing models to specific projects.

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LOGISTICS FULFILLMENT PLATFORM - AGILE PLAN

BAKOTECH - WATERFALL PLAN

BURCZY W BRZUCHU MANAGEMENT APP FOR DIETITIANS - MVP PLAN

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FAQ

We have prepared answers to the Frequently Asked Questions. Check what stakeholders ask us most often.

  • What factors influence the hourly rate for custom software development?
    The hourly rate of custom software development is influenced by several factors, including the complexity of the project, the technology stack used, the expertise of the development team, the project duration, and the level of customization needed. When it comes to total cost what matter the most is time needed to fullfill requirements. The amount requirements define project lenght, thus the total price.
  • What is the minimum lead time before starting a project?
    This depends heavily on our availability and project size. Ideal time to discuss big projects i.e. 12 month contract for our biggest Agile Team (700 hours a month) is best discussed at the end of year. Smaller projects size, MVPs or 3-month contracts for a Agile Team of 100 hours a month can be available within 1-3 months.
  • Can the cost of custom software development change during the project?
    This depends solely on the available budget and deadlines. Every pricing plan assumes full transparency and full control over budget. The monthly cost may vary depending on the expected delivery and deadlines. If, for some reason we need to put extra effort we use on-demand rate to cover time-sensitive requirements. For every contract we find the most optimal solution for your budget.
  • What are the long-term costs associated with custom software development?
    Beyond the initial development costs, custom software often incurs long-term costs that include maintenance, updates, additional features, and technical support. These costs depend on the complexity of the software, the technology used, and how frequently the software needs to be updated to meet changing requirements or technology standards. Budgeting for these ongoing expenses is essential for the sustainable operation of custom software. A very significant factor that is very often overlooked is the amount of integrations for a particular system. If integration changes it's way of operations the system needs to change as well. Keeping integrations up to date require extra maintenance and support hours.
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