The only thing that really differs from ordinary software development here is the cost and revenue distribution.
Therefore, we also need a detailed requirements specification on the product before we can get started.
If your company cannot make the specification itself, we can possibly assist in the development of a requirements specification - this is done through conversations and meetings.
However, this assistance requires that we have already reached an agreement on cooperation.
Wivvies must assess whether there is enough revenue to cover the costs, so we need a revenue budget.
We also need a marketing budget and a plan for what your business will do to sell the product.
Wivvies does not start projects where we estimate a development time of more than 3 months, because then the risk becomes too great.
Wivvies usually need to create database, web server and host these, one or more mobile applications, website to describe the application, etc.
Wivvie's job is not just to make a program, there are a lot of elements that need to be connected - and it takes time.
Throughout the development process, your company has three tasks:
As long as your company sells the product, Wivvies assumes responsibility for the software is being further developed - we remove, so to speak, the “technological headache” from sales and use the support company.
The biggest challenge for a sales company in outsourcing development to a software house is in fact not the development price itself, but instead software maintenance and support - that's what entrepreneurs discover usually only when they have tried to have a sales success, but are totally dependent on a software company that makes a living from selling hours.
Wivvies offers a solution that eliminates this issue as both parties have financial interest in making the product as attractive to customers as possible.