App Development for Christian Ministry
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A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation
A Faithful Dad is an IRS 501C3 non-profit Christian cabinet. We’re based in Hershey, PA. We’ve been in being for 7 years. Our commission is to accoutre fathers to befit true dads. I’m the cofobelow and pastor of the structure and the only full-time employee.
We recently published a book entitled A Faithful Dad’s Guide to Legacy. I designed it so that it would be easy to read. The main point of the book is, “What legacy do I want to leave for my family?” The 12 challenges comprise what we call a true dad’s legacy challenge. These challenges are meant to be executeed on an personal basis or you can execute them in a men’s pliant cluster. That is men coming unitedly—perhaps 2 or 3, 8 or 9 men who go through the book unitedly. They would talk almost the questions at the end, and one of the questions is this challenge, “Today, I’m going to forgive my father.” That’s a big step for a lot of us men. We have that in the book.
What challenge were you trying to address with Narola Infotech?
We sought out Narola owing we wanted an iOS and Android app for the 12 challenges in the book. We wanted the men reading the book in a pliant cluster to interlace a legacy unitedly. The app should be very single.
Also, we are a cabinet that’s running on a shoestring. I don’t make a lot of money a year so the cost was surely a priority. I’m hesitant to say that owing I’ve been in sales for 15 years and I know cost should never be the leading thing.
What particular tasks were
I described what I wanted, innately only 2 screens, and they ran with it. But to get to that artlessness, it takes a lot of talking and figuring things out. It looks very easy to do but we didn’t substantiate at the opening how it was going to play itself out. We took the text out of the book and placed it in the app. That allowed the men to see the 12 challenges in front of them. As they execute each challenge, they would press a checkmark to say that they’ve done it. Also, one of the requirements of the project was to prepare Google analytics.
How did you come to work with Narola Infotech?
I looked for a vendor on Upwork. I got a lot of bids domestically. I’m not a foreigner to the IT market space or Internet startups. My wife came up with an application almost 9 years ago and we spent our 401K on it. We had all kinds of investors looking at it and they put a half a million dollars into it. For 3 years, we were an nimble organisation. We were working with many developers domestically. We verity ended up beating Biz Stone to market, one of the co-fobelows of Twitter. He was also in the technology that we were developing. He didn’t know almost it but we were on the market a year precedently he got there, so we take a lot of loftiness in that. It ultimately did not work owing nation do not like to keep New Year’s resolutions. That was what the app was almost.
The point is, behind spending 9 years in that space, I knew what that process implicated. What I conversant was to keep it single. So, when I was looking at Narola, I knew what I was looking for. Narola caught my eye. They stayed in touch with me. Several of the other contractors were following up, but then they kind of fell off. We were on holiday—we were on a Scout hike. He was persistent but he wasn’t pesky.
Based on their questions, I got the perception that the other vendors did not apprehend what we were trying to execute. When I presented the application, they were ready to hear and aspect it out. They helped me apprehend what they could do for me. They helped me substantiate some of the things I wanted to do that I didn’t even know I wanted to do.
How much have you invested with Narola Infotech?
We paid $1,000 for this project.
What is the terminal result of working with
I wanted to execute the project in a month’s time. That’s innately what we did. It was launched last September 7. I ponder it took more than a month, but it wasn’t owing they slipped.
Could you share any evidence that would prove the productivity, condition of work, or the contact of the engagement?
We’re seeing nation log into the app. The nation I give it to pick it up and know how to use it. The app is single, which is the reason for our accomplishment. Users look at it and know what they’re doing. People love the way it looks and the way it interacts. I’ve shown the app to my board and clients. They all love it. It executeed our goal of being a associate to the book and it gives men something to do.
They were ready to do whatever the client wanted, but had a very deft touch. If they said that we shouldn’t, I didn’t do it.
It was such a terrible experience. I couldn’t be happier with the process and Narola Infotech, specifically with those 2 men. They’ve blown me away. I haven’t seen it work that good. It’s astounding and the value statement is through the roof. The superiority of our accomplishment is thanks to them. He went back and forth and checked all he was supposed to. I was delighted and I loved doing the app. At the end, we came in a pliant below budget and they over delivered on our expectations. It’s a beautiful application. For what we were trying to execute, they nailed it.
How did Narola Infotech execute from a project treatment standpoint?
I wasn’t expecting it but their project treatment was amazing. The nation from Narola had fantastic English. They are very focused, very elegant. Narola belowstood the nuances of the business and what I was trying to accomplish.
The time separation was not a big deal owing we aspectd out what our rhythm was. They’d shoot me notes, I’d shoot them notes and it was cool. I thoroughly enjoyed it 100%. I would get a daily review of our milestones and what was happening. It was very predictable in a good way. There were no surprises. Generally, surprises are bad in business.