TURN KEY PRODUCT DEVELOPEMENT

This is the case when you have reasonably well specified product or project requirements. In other words you already have determined and articulated your expectations with regards to desired deliverables along with desired timelines and/or budgets. These requirements should ideally be quantifiable, testable and documented at a reasonably technical level so that we could base our estimated and quotes on a most accurate information available.

 

This is the case when you have reasonably well specified product or project requirements. In other words you already have determined and articulated your expectations with regards to desired deliverables along with desired timelines and/or budgets. These requirements should ideally be quantifiable, testable and documented at a reasonably technical level so that we could base our estimated and quotes on a most accurate information available.


For instance, one can’t just request a quote for an “eCommerce website” and expect a reasonable bid in return. You need to have a lot more detailed vision for it; have details that you can share, such as what goods and services do you plan to offer, roughly how many of them, expected (or planned for sale volumes), desired (or planned for) payment gateways integrations, your initial thoughts about hosting/deployment facilities etc.

The standard practice in many industries is when our clients submit their project requirements and expectations along with all details they deem relevant in a single document, usually referred to as an RfQ (Request for Quotation). Sometimes it’s also known as RfP, which stands for Request for Proposal.

Based on this document and within mutually agreed upon (or specified in RfQ) timeframe we would prepare our extended commercial proposal that we believe would satisfy your requirements. This proposal would normally specify how we intend to achieve your goals, list major milestones and their associated and include other pertinent details.

These types of projects usually imply fixed price quotation, in which case our payments are usually tied with agreed upon milestones and would also be specified in our proposal. Though fixed price bid is prevalent, T&M (time & material) approach is not uncommon, in which case our proposal would reflect the rates and expected preliminary budgets.

As the project develops any deviations from original agreed upon deliverables and timeframes are closely monitored. Any material changes are dealt with through an agreed upon change control  method, which often result in additional payments.

If you don’t have well specified business requirements, unable to furnish an RfQ document and\or are generally  inexperienced with dealing with services suppliers let alone IT services suppliers it’s not a problem! We can provide our highly professional local specialists needed for consultations, gathering business requirements, preparing RfQ and generally guide you through the entire procurement process ( and even project development process if needed).

The benefits of such engagement approach are numerous: you don’t have to worry about any development models and/or methods, or any specific tasks and/or individual roles or people. The success is measured by agreed upon deliverables within agreed upon milestones schedule. This is often popular with clients that don’t want to be deeply involved in the process and who just focus on end results. Finally, this approach is often the only available option with some organizations due to political decisions and/or policy requiring tenders


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