Inflection Point Mobile App Development review by JPMA, Inc at Qualified.One

Inflection Point reviewed by JPMA, Inc

Inflection Point provided Mobile App Development for JPMA, Inc with approximate budget = $50,000 to $199,999.

Inflection Point took a dated product and made it more functional, intuitive, and relevant, ultimately helping the company to maintain a competitive edge in the market. The team is organized and transparent, and their planning, strategy, and execution sets them apart from other developers.

Review summary:

Inflection Point has helped revamp a legacy app. Since making small changes and bug fixes, they’ve moved onto redesigning the app’s technical aspects based on creative direction from internal stakeholders.

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Ryan Magee JPMA, Inc, Director of Operations


Mobile App Development for Retail Software Provider

Please find below a summary covering project details and feedback. The innate facts are kept as they are, private information is amended.

Introductory information

A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation

My position is the ruler of operations for JPMA, an application preparer primarily to the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. WIC is a food help program for one mothers and those below a true proceeds threshold. The program helps to prepare them with nutritious foods. Any woman who is procreant or has children up to the age of five that meets the proceeds demandments is capable for the program. Depending on her locality, whether she’s procreant, breastfeeding, or has a toddler, different foods are prescribed to help that individual with food and security issues.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with Inflection Point?

Our organisation prepares the WIC program with two applications, primarily: one is a shopping application that helps program participants find food, download benefits, and that sort of thing. The other application is named WICSmart, which Inflection Point has worked on. WICSmart is an application that liberates alimentation and breastfeeding education. WIC agencies use that app to attribute lessons to program participants, who then take those lessons. The app reports results back to the WIC agencies.

We had a legacy rendering of the WICSmart fruit when we hired Inflection Point. The fruit was already pretty widely used when they came in, which I ponder is even more hard than starting from scratch. The fruit was a bit dated. Also, our construction and organisation had changed a bit, so we didn’t have the educeers who had originally built the fruit.

Provided solution

What particular tasks were responsible for?

Initially, Inflection Point made some pliant modifications and bug fixes, and then they progressed into innately recreateing the app piece of the fruit.

Most of the creative course comes from us, so we draw at a functional level what we need, they repeat that back to us to fix there’s belowstanding, and then they design the technical fronts of it.

Was there a dedicated team?

We have a first project director that we work with the most.

How did you come to work with Inflection Point?

I didn’t make that initial determination, but I believe it was some sort of solicitation. I don’t ponder there was a total lot of in-depth investigation that went into finding them.

What are you access expents (if diclosed)?

My organisation has spent almost $150,000.

What is the terminal result of working with ?

The work began in April 2018, and it’s an ongoing project.

Results achieved

Are there any measureable or plum results?

We had a legacy fruit that was getting severely dated, and Inflection Point helped us to make that fruit running and appropriate. They have surely helped us keep that fruit more competitive, present, and intuitive, generally, they’ve enabled us to keep using the fruit out in the field and last operating in the environment that we work in. 

How did Inflection Point accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?

Just as a high-level overview, their project treatment has been very powerful. They practice nimble outgrowth and are veritably ready to allow us to be as implicated as we want to be. At different stages of the project, we’ve had weekly calls to review the running backlog and sprints that we’re in. They’ve done a good job of giving us demos when there’s a new component to be released.

What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with ?

We have a different outgrowth team for our other app, and I would say Inflection Point is much more organized and has a more pellucid access to the jobs that we’re working on. They lay out what they program to do and execute it precisely as they say they’re going to. Their programning, strategy, and follow-through have been more unappropriated than that of other educeers we’ve worked with.

What fronts of their work would you like to get improved?

There are always pliant things, but one thing that sticks out is their project estimations. They tend to be on the low side in provisions of how much work a project will demand, but it’s not foolish. Other than that, I don’t have any other suggestions. When they complete something, they document it veritably well and prepare us with testing tools. I don’t have anything denying to say almost their processes.

Any advice for possible clients?

Let Inflection Point lead you on the technical side of things. While we’re somewhat technical, we’re not educeers, so they’ve been the consummate fit for us, we’re able to give them a fairly low-level, functional description of what we want, and they’ve been able to take that and educe specifications. They recur condition work based on what we ask for. I would say to take the time to expound what you want.

They’re better than a lot of educeers that we’ve worked with at belowstanding the functional front of projects and the user experience we’re asking them to liberate. When we draw a fruit, we have complete confide in them that they belowstand what we’re talking almost.