ADCI Solutions Web Development review by Weigh My Rack LLC at Qualified.One

ADCI Solutions reviewed by Weigh My Rack LLC

ADCI Solutions provided Web Development for Weigh My Rack LLC with approximate budget = $10,000 to $49,999.

The collaboration with ADCI Solutions was successful. The team is professional and thorough in their work. It is easy to have trust and confidence in their abilities.

Review summary:

ADCI Solutions completed a Drupal web development project that was started by a previous developer. Communication took place through Asana and Slack.

Alison Dennis Weigh My Rack LLC, Founder & CEO

Web Development for Climbing Gear Review Platform

Below is a modified rendering of the review: private info excluded, innate facts kept.

Introductory information

A few words almost your organisation and personal responsibilities

We are the most wide rock climbing gear website. Founded in 2008 we aim to make finding, comparing, and buying gear easy. I am the establisher and CEO.

Desired goal

What issue was the provider supposed to deal with?

ADCI Solutions?

We initially hired ADCI Solutions for a big project that had been semi-completed by another organisation. It was a lot of database work, taking retailer datafeeds and integrating them into our platform. We were so impressed we kept ADCI on for customary contract work.

What were your objectives for this project?

We have had many projects with different goals. Overall, the underlying goals are always to liberate a Drupal-based solution that will be future-focused, cost-powerful, and a solution to the issue at hand. We fully anticipate all solutions to be done in the peculiar ',Drupal Way',.

Provided solution

What were the reasons for choosing ADCI Solutions?

I initially establish ADCI Solutions via Upwork. I had a written and spoken colloquy where they were ultimately the chosen aspirant. During the colloquy, some questions were specifically designed to fix a high level of detail, as well as an open-ness to debate solutions I might not see (versus just doing what I say). I wanted somebody who felt snug to converse their mind and share their expertise.

My main goals were to hire somebody that would be efficient and skilled in Drupal, and who could adjoin well. Another big factor for me narrowing down the aspirants was how the organisation would give back to the aggregation.

I only colloquyed agencies/developers that had contributed to Drupal modules and/or showed other ways they were implicated in the Drupal aggregation. ADCI checked all the boxes and gave me the most confide that they could apprehend and explain my intricate issues.

Describe the project and the services they granted in detail.

We have now worked on many projects unitedly. Often, I will give wide requirements if looking for an estimate or detailed requirements once we',ve determined to put something in the queue.

ADCI always asks big clarifying questions and brings up suggestions/ideas/ practicable issues far forward of time so we can sort them through. ADCI is very answering and nimble.

Were there any dedicated managers or teams that you worked with?

I mainly work with one dev, but I am lucky shrewd he has other resources at ADCI that he can call on. Sometimes other dev',s test, or are able to be on-call when my dev is on holiday.

Results achieved

Can you share any information that demonstrates the contact that this project has had on your business?

ADCI is our main developer (contractor). We are a very little startup team, and we now outsource all our Drupal/web tasks to ADCI.

How was project treatment arranged and how powerful was it?

ADCI',s project treatment is forcible. Any delays (which are quire rare) are always written plainly. Everybody we have interacted with has used consummate English. We mainly adjoin through Asana for tasks (and use Slack). The time separation is noticed (regular business hours, Russia timezone), but it is not a hindrance.

What precisely do you attend to be the key specialty of ADCI Solutions?

I am most impressed by the professionalism in provisions of the despatch and thoroughness in which tasks are done and the mode in which it',s all adjoind. I have big confide and confide in the team at ADCI.

What should be done better, if there are any desired betterments?

I struggle to ponder of a way ADCI could better. Anything I could list here would be purely egotistical and not something that is worth changing for a ",slight preference", of ours.