We will guide you through the entire software development cycle
Hosting & Infrastructure
Take it from our past and present clients
We received a great deal of effort for our money, and I’m happy with our collaboration. The quality of work was professional, and their team identified any bugs by themselves most of the time. Based on the ideas we provided, they came back with an improved solution. They also gave us extra product functionalities.
The initial meeting we had with DeSmart before we started the project was really effective. I recommend doing so if you have the opportunity. Also, their communication, speed of development, and expertise were impressive. DeSmart was excellent at providing their own ideas, which benefited the project greatly.
DeSmart is synonymous with service quality. The company works in a truly agile mode, regularly
delivering work increments, which allows to quickly and easily synchronise on requirement details. I was
especially impressed with the dev team’s capability to quickly learn and start using our new APIs.
We understand the challenges companies face with software creation
Validating product assumptions
Validating product assumptions
Before we start working on a project (and sometimes even before we take it on), we like to save everyone some precious time with thorough client workshops. So that, instead of wasting time and money on developing features based on wrong assumptions further down the road, we can focus on user stories that will move the needle for our client.
The problem with creating MVP is that many people want them to be perfect. Which is not what MVPs are all about. This might become clearer if you think about what MVP stands for. You know. Minimum. Viable. Product. So let’s talk about where the line is – and how to build an MVP.
We’ll let you know the pros and cons, budget and timing implications, and outlooks for the future with the selected technology. Of course, the call will be yours, but we’ll make sure you’re making an informed decision.
You should be confident that the company you’re working with actually has the resources to complete the project in a specified timeframe (need we mention you should specify that timeframe in your contract?) And that includes replacements and backups in case anything changes.
At DeSmart, we have a quality assurance flow going from planning through to development and testing (We rely on a project board in Jira for this.) Any testing task the QA team gets is verified according to the acceptance criteria, but also other requirements, including user feedback.
Get to know your target market very well and the solutions they might like – starting with basic ones like the prevalence of an operating system and ending with local payments people will want to use e.g. for their subscriptions or in-app payments.
Obviously, a huge one. People need to be able to easily order or book their service or item. User experience and the right choice of payment methods are key if you want to minimize dropouts at checkout and improve your conversion rates