HOW WE WORK
Our preferred working model is “team extension” or “dedicated team model. This model proves to be advantageous for our customers, as 90% of our customers use it. However, we recognize that often customer first wants to see the high quality of our work and be comfortable with our teams before committing to this model, therefore, we also can also complete work on a time and material basis and a fixed bid basis, if well-defined specification is given, to start the relationships. See below the more detailed description of software development models:
In order to extend the bandwidth of your on-site development team(s) or to create your own software development team, Aarya Solutions proposes an off-site “team extension” business model, advantageous when the project is ongoing and project requirements are growing over time. In this model we assign our customers a team of developers who work on their project(s) full-time exclusively. Our customers prefer the “team extension mode” because it is advantageous for them as it allows them to reach optimized Return On Investment (ROI) from investments in their development efforts. Aarya Solutions appoint the lead software developer/team leader who manages each team of developers. Customers communicate with software development team leader and plan intermediate milestones to have phases of the project completed. In this model, software developers are fully dedicated and integrated into customers’ software development projects and their onsite teams. They often work with the customer in Agile or SCRUM method of software development and are in constant communications with the customers – skype, e-mail, phone calls, IM, and they are sending daily reports and using variety of reporting tools and do frequent code drops. In this model, upon request, we send our team leaders to customer’s site to become familiar with the project and meet the on-site team, complete the knowledge transfer, and then return to development center to lead and manage off-shore software development teams.