Our clients use us because of our broad capabilities to successfully deliver complex app development projects. We have over nine years of’ experience in solving all kinds of problems, such as working alongside existing development teams, working with legacy systems to support new app developments, building technically complex features, and bringing together systems, processes and applications with seamless integration.
If you have big ideas, find yourself with complex problems and want the very best from an agency, then UET can help.
Yes, we can.
Before we begin your project, we work with you to write a detailed project specification and then provide you with a fixed-price quote to deliver the work. This fixed price and specification protects you: you can hold us accountable to deliver exactly what has been put to paper, for that exact cost. No hidden charges, no sneaky fees, everything is clear and concise.
A fixed price and accurate specification may take a commitment of time from yourself and software to reach. Before that commitment is made, you may appreciate a ballpark quote.
Talk to us. If you share your idea via email@example.com one of our team will respond within one working day by email or phone.
If you’d prefer to speak to us right now, call +91 9650663664 and one of the team will talk through your ideas and project.
We never hard sell, all calls are without obligations, and we’re always happy to help.
Yes, most of the apps we make support both iOS and Android mobile platforms. It’s common for people to want their applications to work across web and mobile devices, so we use development frameworks such as React and React native that enable us to quickly support both platforms.
Yes, in fact nearly every mobile app that we build also needs a web based application behind the scenes to drive it. Ever logged into an app? There is a web server in the background, serving the app with data that is checking whether you have permission to log in, or not.
We don’t just blindly begin building your requirements; we start by having a meeting to understand the commercial factors that are driving the need for your project. We want to get to a position very quickly where we know enough to challenge you on the assumptions you’ve made about the features you require.
Once we understand your business, we go to a lot of effort at the start of a project to work with you and scope out your requirements in detail.
You don’t just want us to tell you that we understand your project, we need to prove it to you. This is why we will often create a 10+ page requirements specification, with wire-frames where appropriate, before we design a single pixel, or write a line of code.
You will be assigned a dedicated project manager, who will be your primary point of contact throughout the development process.
All of your requests and questions are managed through our support portal, to ensure we give you a swift response, and your work is prioritized appropriately. We also offer a range of support and maintenance options to ensure we are responsive to your requests after the launch date.
To ensure a secure service, we do not publicly detail all our security precautions. However, we can provide an overview of some of the steps we take to protect your data:
If you host with us, our data centre is based in London, with dedicated managed servers supplied by VI.net. These data centres are manned with 24/7/365 access via secure procedures. Redundant, meshed Cisco 6500 series routers (true as of 9/2017) with redundant fibres capable of 320Gb/s in total-for-total resilience. Our servers are regularly updated to run the latest software and patches, and the servers themselves have a firewall.
The back-end server code used to drive your application is configured to run over HTTPS and has a secure SSL certificate installed.
We store passwords as hashed strings using a per-user salt, and in some scenarios, we store some sensitive data using two-way encryption algorithms. Should the worst possible scenario happen, and your data is compromised, the culprit would still need to perform complex decryption for the data to be readable.
Many factors contribute to launching a successful project, and some requirements may result in the project taking longer to develop than others. However, for estimation, a good guide is that a project will typically take one month for every 5000$ (+vat) of development work.
In some cases yes, in others, no.
Can nine women deliver a baby in one month? This analogy can be applied to tech projects too.
Sometimes, by dedicating more developer resource to a project, it can be completed much faster. But in other situations, we may be restricted by the project, technology or security requirements.
If you have a date requirement, contact us as soon as possible so we can do our very best to meet it.
Yes, we offer the option to engage us on an ad-hoc basis for support, or have monthly retainer options should you require a more consistent and reliable level of service.
Ad-hoc support can work for projects that need minimal support as to avoid the need for fixed ongoing monthly costs. However, this can be at the expense of responsivity as requests are scheduled based on when our resource is available.
Most of our clients choose to have at least a small monthly support retainer to get the best responsivity, as dedicated time is scheduled months in advance. If you have a highly technical project with us, then we would recommend opting for a monthly support retainer to cover small ad-hoc changes, improvements, updates and support.
We base our retainer pricing on the amount of development and support hours you need each month. The number of hours that you need depends on many factors such as the size of your project, or the number of new features you are likely to need each month that you’d like to be covered by your retainer arrangement. It’s important to us that you get value-for-money so
we’d recommend putting together a nice-to-have list so that your allocation is used each month on value-adding improvements.
Should you have ongoing project requirements beyond the launch of the first version of your website or app, then you may want to consider taking an AGILE approach to your project and have an ongoing retainer arrangement with us that allows us to build, test and deploy larger new features every month. Under this agreement, we would have a retainer allowance which pays for enough time to develop significant new features. At the start of each month, we would agree on the work that is going to form part of the next sprint (i.e. the next 2-4 weeks) and would deliver the work at the end of that period.
Yes, in fact, we highly recommend that you begin by launching the simplest possible version of your vision first and continue to adapt it over time. This staged approach is called launching a "minimum viable product" (MVP).
The idea behind launching an MVP is that you’ve inevitably made assumptions, and you can’t test these assumptions until you release something to the world. By releasing a lean first version, you can test your assumptions and use this information to decide on the priorities of future requirements. It reduces engineering waste.
We have some options around making future changes to your app or website.
You can either commission us to update your app or website on a project-by-project basis, whereby we specify, quote, schedule and finally deliver a fixed set of requirements as-and- when you need them. Or, we can take an AGILE approach whereby we schedule in a certain amount of developer time each month to constantly improve things for you. Both approaches have merit, and it’s likely that you will know instinctively reading this as to which is right for you.