INOXOFT developed a mobile application that can transfer data from the main server and contain user's medical insurance information all in one place. Other features include an SMS user registration function.
Even when dealing with a low budget, INOXOFT rises to the occasion to deliver exceptional development work that serves the client's needs. Their dedicated team of professionals ensured that the project remained on course and that no milestones were missed along the way.
We are an insurance broker in the B2B sector. Our main profile is medical insurance. In addition to providing procurement procedures for our clients, we also support clients for a year after the contract is signed. We pay a lot of attention to this work because this is our competitive advantage.
What challenge were you trying to address with INOXOFT?
We needed to create a mobile application for our clients that contains complete information about their medical insurance, including their conditions, exceptions, phone numbers, contacts, etc.
What was the scope of their involvement?
We were creating a mobile application with static and dynamic data. One of the features we wanted was the ability for the app to take information from our database on our server. Another interesting feature of the app is the user registration capability. With this feature, users can input their phone number and receive an SMS code that is then typed into the app.
I negotiated primarily with INOXOFT's general manager. He then gave us a contact person who was our one window for all questions.
How did you come to work with INOXOFT?
We had a very low budget. For this reason, INOXOFT was one of the few companies that agreed to be our provider.
How much have you invested with INOXOFT?
The project lasted about 5-6 months and cost us about $8,000-$9,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
The timeline was very critical for us. We were very detailed and strict about the timeline so I was surprised that all stages were done in time without any delay. During the last stage, we made a lot of changes to the app so we had to change the timeline, but that was for our reasons.
Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or impact of the engagement?
Not yet because we just launched the project in August of this year (2017).