Whether you are just starting out as an entrepreneur or a well-established business, choosing the right development agency is an important decision that can catapult your business for success. Some companies hire outside agencies to design or build products to save time. For other companies, it is a risk-reducing strategy for experimenting with new ideas without interrupting current projects. Here at Koombea we get lots of requests for help designing and implementing various apps and often get asked, how does one find and pick a tech agency after all?
The first, most common questions you should ask yourself :
- Do you have an idea but no product?
- Do you need something built fast?
- Do you need something custom?
Going with a development agency means that your team can leverage existing product experience as well as various in-house tools and development items that can make for a higher quality user experience and also save on time. Once you know the core components like budget, timeline and main features you can easily find the right company to do your development in whole or in part (For more insights on this topic read TheNextWeb )
Finding The Right Fit
Once you know you want to work with a development agency, it’s important to ask all the right questions and get a good feel for working with them. We put together a small deck to help guide you through the process to find (and pick) the right technology partner for your MVP projects:
Outsourcing technology development can be the best and fastest way to get a product or MVP out the door and in the hands of users. Meeting and talking with other technology experts should be fun, not stressful. If the stress of finding a vendor is too much, you can always give us a ring. We’re available any time to answer any questions, help you find the right solution, and are generally knowledgeable about apps. You can also upload questions and docs here and we will happily message you back with estimations and thoughts.
Who are we? Koombea.com is leading development agency with offices in San Francisco, New York, and Barranquilla, Colombia. We love crafting apps and taking names and can be pinged at any time to help.