Bacancy’s delivery process is built to ensure our clients experience no surprises or added costs to product development. We generally do this through client involvement in daily standup in the decision-making process, honesty and transparency. We never give you false promises and commitments.
We manage each project with the same set of guiding principles. These principles, or approaches, dictate how Bacancy delivers in each phase of the process. They guide us in our decision-making and help ensure our clients’ trust.
We believe in agile. We believe in honesty and transparency. But first and foremost, we believe in what suits our customers the best. We use common sense to execute project. Over the past several years we’ve lived through countless projects and honed a delivery process that finds the intersection between quality and pace. It includes sequencing releases and ensuring your user experience receives meaningful functionality at an acceptable pace.
Over the years, we have worked with many clients. We have worked with good clients. And we have worked with some unpleasant ones too. We have worked with clients who don’t have any goal and so they keep asking for changes in the product, frequently. And alas, but at the end, they are unable to find any vision or mission to sell their product. So after these years of experience, we have started caring about product and user experience more than the client. We work hard to release the best product in the market, we work hard to give right suggestions, and we work really hard to show the right direction to the clients as well as our programmers in order to develop a world class product. See our client’s product.