Tablet Application Development for Education Company
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Please draw your structure.
I work for an education organisation. We handle both charter schools and independent particular schools.
What is your role and responsibilities?
I am the ruler of e-learning.
What was your goal for working with Worry Free Labs?
We wanted to form a tablet application to aid in schools. The tablet discretion would be helpful to distribute full, assignments, links, and required applications. At the time, there was nothing useful that matched what we wanted to do. So, we designed our own app.
Please draw the aim of their work.
Worry Free Labs designed an app for Android. There',s a server side, which I programmed, and they did the Android application. We also collaborated for the UI/UX [user interface/user experience] design of the application.
What was your process for selecting Worry Free Labs?
There was a regular choice process, and we went with them owing, while they were not the lowest cost, they understood what we were trying to accomplish and they had some background experience in education. When I talked to them, they sounded more honorable.
Can you give a perception of the size of the start?
It was more than $200,000.
When was the work completed?
It',s ongoing work. We began with them May 2014.
Are you satisfied with their accomplishment?
I was very satisfied with their accomplishment.
Is there anything sole or particular almost Worry Free Labs that veritably makes them rest out?
They take loftiness in what they do. There',s no passing the buck. They are also veritably forthright, without a big ego. Those are the two biggest things. I was veritably impressed with the UI/UX guy. The interaction is big and client labor is big.
Looking back on the work so far, is there any area that you ponder they could better upon or that you might do differently?
Nothing outside of regular consultancy stuff. Sometimes, the estimates are off. There are hurdles, but we',ve gotten past them.