Our company has three models of payment. Working with us, you may choose one that suits you best.

 

1. Fixed price (Fixed price)

Used:

For small sites and tasks with detailed technical requirement.

 

Advantages:

- Clear and detailed technical requirements;

- Fixed price for job done;

- Fixed task duration;

- Guarantee of performance

 

Disadvantages:

- High costs;

-  Strict conformance with work process is essential; deviation is not allowed.

- Modifications not specified in technical requirement should be carried out at an additional cost.

 

This model is used in case detailed technical requirement is presented and allows customer to plan project budget in advance. It is suitable for simple sites or applications where one knows exactly what to do. The cost of this operation for small tasks is usually calculated as doubled development cost. The cost includes work correction, time for communication with customer, coordination of work, testing, further support.

 

1. Upon completion of technical task, the following aspects remain unchanged:

1.1. The source code of site

1.2. Settings, software, and hardware of site’s server

1.3. Standard software modules and other third-party program codes

 

2. The following elements keep their previous operativity:

2.1. Standard programming modules and other third-party program codes

2.2. Third-party services 

 

3. Technical task is presented. The required  functionality is described in technical task and can’t be changed.

 

4. After the accomplishment of technical task, there is no extra work neither on project nor on new technical tasks.

 

In case of functional errors, developer finds out the cause of errors. If it is not a warranty case, developer should notify customer explaining the cause of  such errors. 

 

2. Time and Material (T&M)

 

Used:

For large projects, ccomplex tasks, or for project support.

 

Advantages:

- Low development costs

- Continuous availability of experts

- Ability to change task in the process of development, which means greater flexibility

 

Disadvantages:

- The development budget is approximate. It is necessary to lay up budget for developments, coordination, communication with customer

- No guarantee to get work done

 

This model is used in work on major projects or complex tasks where it is impossible to prepare a detailed technical task in advance. Work goes by iterates (steps), each of which solves a particular problem. The approximate dates of performing the steps are agreed with customer, so that you can plan your budget. Specific technical tasks are agreed at each stage.

Working costs are low and include development only. Modifications, testing, corrections are evaluated and implemented separately.

This model is used to support and develop long-term development projects. The development of projects can be divided into stages with coordination of approximate timelines for each stage. The model is similar to presence of stuff member with permanent employment and agreed work schedule.

 

3. Dedicated programmers

 

used:

For support or development of long-term projects

 

Advantages:

- Planned monthly budget

- Continuous availability of experts

- Flexibility in setting tasks

- Possibility to attract more qualified specialists on a permanent job

 

Disadvantages:

- Lack of clear references to the scope of work.

- No warranty on work done

 

This model is used to support and develop long-term development projects. The development of projects can be divided into stages with coordination of approximate timelines for every stage. The model is similar to the presence of a member of staff with permanent employment and the agreed work schedule.