At 200OK Solutions, we value our clients immensely and strive to accommodate all their requirements. With this in mind, we have developed three different types of engagement models for our projects giving you power over how we work.
THE DEDICATED RESOURCE MODEL
This option gives the client the most control of the three over the development process. We encourage you to provide us with regular, almost constant input to ensure we give you exactly what you want. We’ll even show you daily reports on our progress: clearly this engagement model is one for clients who prefer complete transparency.
THE TIME AND MATERIAL MODEL
The T&M model is our most flexible with the greatest scope for changes and additions throughout the development of the project. It is most suitable for the development and implementation of the most complex SharePoint solutions, Java-based projects and mobile apps development schemes which require constant modification and vigilance from our experts. If you’re not sure of how long the project will take and exactly what is needed to make it work, this is the model for you.
THE FIXED TIME MODEL
This selection is best for those of you who know exactly what resources you need from us and for how long. As with the Dedicated Resource Model the price for the Fixed Time Model is also agreed to at the beginning. These projects can be completed either onsite or remotely at our development centres.
200Ok Solutions are flexible and always striving to improve technologies and the way we work. One of the clearest examples of this is the adoption of the relatively recent and certainly revolutionary way of working: The Agile Scrum Methodology.
The Agile Scrum Model
Used in software development to help businesses respond to unpredictability, the Agile Scrum model of methodology is an alternative to traditional project management. Rather than disregarding one project phase immediately on completion, the Agile way of working provides opportunities to assess its direction throughout the development lifecycle through regular modifications known as “sprints” or “iterations”.
Every aspect of development is continually revisited giving the team (comprising of a Product Owner, Team and Scrum Master) time to redirect the project depending on outside markets. This means you reduce the risk of the end result being redundant on the time of completion.
The basic principles of the Agile methodology are, “inspect and adapt”. Consequently, you can drastically reduce development costs and time to market.
Our extensive experience has shown us that using the Agile Scrum methodology for our SharePoint, Java development and mobile apps development services is both the most productive and the most time efficient. We highly recommend this method of working to all our clients.