ConQsys Fixed Price Model:

Fixed cost pricing model approach is best suitable for projects with a strictly defined scope and requirements that won’t change. A fixed cost pricing model is a model that guarantees a fixed budget for the project, regardless of the time.

When to use fixed price contract?

  • Clear requirements and determined deadlines;
  • Limited or fixed budget;
  • MVPs;
  • Small projects with limited project scope.

ConQsys Hourly Rate Model:

Time and Material model is the most flexible business model in terms of both budget and projects specs. It is suitable if the project specifications can be changed frequently. In this case, the total cost of the project is determined by the amount of time and effort spent on implementing the planned functionality.

When a Time and Material model should be applied?

  • There is no detailed specification, and the requirements are likely to change at the development phase;
  • The scope of the project cannot be strictly defined and the development of the final product can take a lot of time;
  • The client wants to keep an eye on the ball every time and take part in the project.

ConQsys Dedicated Team Model:

Dedicated Team is a business model that refers to an agreement between the client and service provider, when the latter provides software development professionals to the client on a long-term basis. These specialists are chosen according to the demands of the client basis their experience and skillsets.

Why to go with Dedicated Team Model?

  • Full control over the management of the team;
  • Dedicated team members have a deep understanding of the client’s project and business goals;
  • Continuous communication with the team.

ConQsys Maintenance Model:

This is in the ideal interest of your site as it instantly starts generating profits for you. We ensure that we deliver a similar quality and response inevitably. Each assignment is evaluated thoroughly and the hourly estimations are affirmed by the client in advance. The hours that are not spent are continued to the following cycle.

Development Model:

SDLC Approach: -

  • Objective Planning: Find out the scope of the problem and determine solutions;
  • System Analysis & Requirement: Analyzing the need of the end-user to ensure the new system can meet their expectations;
  • Creating Design & Experience: Interactive, immersive and delighting design elements that will satisfy the functional requirement of the proposed system;
  • Developing and Testing: Now the real work begins, Adhere to standardized practices for best quality;
  • Going Live: Reaching out to the masses to initiate a boosted growth;
  • Keeping it up & running: Keeping you always accessible and continually associated.