Project Based.

Delivering value to our clients is one of our primary goals at Software Co. Our project based models are similarly tailored to meet the exact needs of each client and project

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Payment Cycle
monthly contract
  • Clients that need to extend the in-house IT team or strengthen the R & D capability
  • Projects that do not have a clear work scope
  • Long-term continuous projects
  • Clients that would like to be involved in projects
  • Stable full time developers
  • Transparent flexible process
  • Adapt to changing requirements, features can be added or removed at any time
  • Clients pay monthly based on team size
Project-based Contract
  • Projects that are well defined, with clear requirements and scope and very little anticipated changes
  • Short-term one-off projects
  • Finalized price
  • Strict deadline
  • No management from client’s side
  • It depends. Most pay by milestones
Agile Contract
  • Clients that are used to working in Agile and has very mature processes
  • Potential risks could be founded and mitigated at the earliest time
  • Quick responses to changing requirements and frequent software deliveries improve the speed to market
  • Clients pay at the end of each iteration after the delivery is received.

Scrum or Waterfall — We’ve Got Your Back.

Each project can have unique requirements, and we fully appreciate that. Rather than rigidly imposing a one-size-fits-all approach, we meticulously analyze your business needs and suggest the optimal way to make your project succeed.

Our teams of software developers have accumulated a wealth of expertise in many popular development methodologies, with Scrum being our weapon of choice. We also keep a close eye on, and adopt best practices from other agile methods, such as Lean and Scrumban


Scrum methodology.

Scrum is an iterative development model that uses time-boxed sprints. Scrum is best suited for larger, more complex projects that fit the following criteria:

  • Only a rough project vision is available or project requirements are loosely defined
  • There is a high probability of the requirements changing during the project course
  • Both parties are willing to frequently discuss and refine the requirements to advance the project
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Waterfall methodology.

Waterfall presupposes classic, linear develop­ment that relies on several project phases that do not overlap. Waterfall could be a good fit when:

  • The project is relatively short in duration and the technology is well-understood
  • The requirements are not expected to change a lot after the development begins
  • The project budget is fixed and budget control is of paramount importance
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