Providing technical insight for Go To Market strategy.
Self-contained team to delivery end-to-end technology services
Reducing costs by providing near-shore/offshore delivery capabilities for start-ups
The MeelNow App is a “name your own price” food ordering platform designed to save money for customers and restaurants.
The MeelNow is a start-up company which needed a technology team to help build the app under tight deadlines and timelines. While the client had a unique business model, they needed a reliable partner to help build the app & related APIs such that the platform can be managed by a small team and yet allow incremental feature releases.
ITWox uses a “Pod Team” – i.e. a self contained team which can deliver end-to-end technical needs for such start-up companies. The team includes UI/UX designers, Developers, Testers & DevOps experts to provide these must-have modern development practices so that the client technical base is set up correctly. The team was optimized to have core set of developers and borrowing other niche skills on need-basis to contribute to the project spread across ITWox US & India operation centers. So, the customer was able to focus on the business while the ITWox Pod team was able to deliver the product thereby reducing the overall costs as well as needs for ramping up an internal Meel technical team.
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