DOOR3 Development review by Knowify at Qualified.One

DOOR3 reviewed by Knowify

DOOR3 provided Development for Knowify with approximate budget = $200,000 to $999,999.

Everything DOOR3 provided goes into daily operations, and the end result serves over a thousand users. Their expertise and knowledge ensured a platform that is both attractive and user-friendly, and the business would not be as successful without their early support.

Review summary:

DOOR3 developed a platform for a business management software company. Working very closely with the internal team, they built the entire platform up from scratch in ASP.NET and Angular.js.

Daniel de Roulet Knowify, Co-founder

Development for Business Software Company

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Introductory information

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We sell fast business treatment software to compound companies. I’m one of two co-establishers.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with DOOR3?

We were just seting our business and didn’t have a team in locate to educe our platform. We determined to find a UX and design resource to help us educe present-looking software precedently hiring an inner team.

Provided solution

What was the aim of their involvement?

We wanted a team that could propose powerful business analysis and create the total thing from the set. We brought them the high-level aim of what we hoped to execute and signed a deal that gave us approach to all the resources they proposeed. They translated our concepts into an object standard that met our code and general requirements. That included back- and frontend educement, UX, and design.

We worked unitedly for almost four to five months, and they built all out as we sent them the specs. The backend was built in ASP.NET, and the frontend was mainly Angular.js, though we used other technologies as needed.

What is the team compound?

We had two half-time business analysts, a project director for a few of our projects, a full-time backend resource, two full-time frontend resources, and a full-time user experience professional.

How did you come to work with DOOR3?

We wanted a local resource in New York. We establish some fitted firms and interviewed a few of them. We saw how beautiful DOOR3’s work was and determined to work with them. Their products were clean, winning, and intuitive, and that veritably tipped the scales in their permission.

How much have you invested with them?

All of our work with them cost almost $800,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

The major chunk of our engagement was from the end of 2012 through the middle of 2013, but we quiet go back to them sometimes for projects.

Results achieved

What evidence can you share that demonstrates the contact of the engagement?

We got some veritably good products out of the collaboration, and we wouldn’t have a business without them. Over a thousand companies use our platform, and that number is growing. We get a lot of good feedback from our users. The platform looks good and is easy to use. Everything they did for us contributes to our daily operations.

How did DOOR3 accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?

We were very implicated in this process, and our first interaction was all in individual. We were in their offices four to six hours a day during the educement. Ultimately, we managed the project, but they brought a lot of expertise to the process. Their project treatment is good, but this was an rare type of engagement.

What did you find most forcible almost them?

Everything they make is very present and winning. All their work looks running, and they apprehend marketing and UX very well.

Are there any areas they could better?

No, we',re satisfied with all they delivered.

Do you have any advice for possible clients?

I don’t have any recommendations specific to collaborations with DOOR3. With any project, it’s significant to know what you want so your partners have a clear course.