We recently launched an MVP for “Red Door Network”, a recruitment platform for the hospitality industry. Our client came to us with the following issue: After conducting research within the state of Maine about restaurant hiring processes and where the pain points were for restaurant owners, it became clear that there were inefficiencies in the process that could be remedied with the help of technology.
This month we are happy to announce the launch of one of our latest projects, Home Notes – an iPhone app that allows home buyers to keep their notes and photos organized as they view different homes during their search process. If you have ever been in the market for a new home, then you certainly know how overwhelming the process can be. Aside from all of the logistics (deciding on a realtor, securing financing, selling your existing home, etc.), shopping for a new home can become a blur and each home you see may be hard to distinguish after a while.
If you have ever had a home renovation done or a new construction (or known anyone who has gone through the process), you are probably already familiar with how construction estimates work. They are based on either a fixed price, time & materials, or a hybrid of both. Software development estimates are structured in a similar way. A different kind of development, but both construction and software do indeed share a lot of similarities when it comes to the different estimation options and the pro’s and con’s of each approach.