It all started so well…
The software company you hired had a decent website; they had testimonials; they sent a good-looking proposal. They sounded professional. They seemed legit.
You were promised skilled developers. You were promised slick project management. And you were promised regular updates.
So you had high hopes.
But things quickly started to unravel…
Promises were soon broken. Deadlines missed. Excuses made…
And now you’re feeling pretty hacked off. That’s because…
To build great software you also need a great process, you need a great car.
Process matters a great deal. It’s what separates the good dev shops from the great. This is why…
You’ve already spent a ton of money – and don’t even have an end product to show for it.
You should be much further down the road – so you’re under pressure from partners, investors, your boss, or just the market, to get this project completed.
The idea of starting all over again makes you feel queasy – what if you choose another bad developer?
And you kinda blame yourself for the position you’re in now – even though it’s totally not your fault…
And the worst thing? You still need help to build your software. So you’re still (cautiously) searching for that help…
Put your map and compass away, your search for quality software developers is over…
No more looking for developers you can trust. No more stressful project updates. And no more excuses. We’re going to show you how a software development service should be run. You’ll get:
“But hang on, what's to say you’re any different?”
Fair question. Here's why...
You’ll only work with talented developers
When you hire developers, you never really know who writes your code. After winning your project, many companies simply hire cheap freelancers to help them deliver it.
With DevSquad, you’ll never be passed down the food chain like this. That’s because we don’t hire freelancers…
With offices in Brazil and our headquarters in Utah, we employ all our developers. They sit together, work on projects together, solve problems together and build great software together. They’re a high-performing
And we don’t just hire anyone…
Our vetting process is tough. Every software developer, regardless of their background, has to pass a rigorous assessment of their skills. And we don’t just look at their coding skill, we scrutinize the whole person.
Sure, technical knowledge is important, but so is problem solving ability, attention to detail and the ability to work well with others (including you).
95% of developers fail to meet our standards. We employ the top 5% that do. And it’s these top tier developers that work on your project.
But we also know it’s not just about quality developers, you also need a quality process
So what does that look like?
You’ll always know the status of your project
People often come to us after a bad experience with other developers (which could be freelancers, in-house employees, or an agency).
One of the biggest complaints? Poor communication. This means poor visibility of work-in-progress, often being kept in the dark, and project updates only when you demand them.
That’s not how it should be. With DevSquad we know the importance of great communication. With 100% transparency, we give you complete peace of mind:
Get access to a detailed project dashboard (you’ll see exactly what we’re working on, what’s coming next and what’s already been published).
Get bi-weekly project update meetings (this is time to review where we’re at, and adjust the development roadmap)
Get in touch with your team via your own dedicated Slack Channel (your project manager is always here to help).
Watch your software develop in real-time
We follow the Scrum method of software development; it’s a fast and iterative process. Your software will be created in small teams of 2-4 developers, breaking the work into two-week development cycles (called “sprints”). Progress is monitored daily and at the end of each sprint you have new workable software.
So you start benefiting from the software as early as possible. There’s no waiting for big releases. No wondering when your project will ever be finished. It’s simply the fastest, most efficient, and business savvy way to build software.
We write rock solid code (tested to an inch of its life)
Instead of the bug-filled code you may have received in the past, we write robust software and test the hell out of it.
But instead of just testing manually, we write additional code to test your code. This ensure bugs are spotted quickly and automatically, before your employees or customers ever touch the software. And it prevents bigger problems down the road when you try to scale usage, or add new features.