1. Do you consent to the conclusion of the NDA agreement?

Yes, we sign an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) at the customer's request. We can do this at any stage of the process - it is entirely up to you.

2. Am I the owner of the ownership and the code of my project?

Yes, we always transfer copyrights after the settlement of a given stage of work for the ordered project.

3. Where is your development team located?

Our team works remotely in a distributed system throughout Poland. Thanks to a transparent cooperation we have access to the best programmers. The main seat of the company is in Rzeszów, yet there are no communication barriers for us and visiting the client, also outside our country is not a problem.

4. How do you manage communication in different time zones?

We are a 100% office team, so working with a partner from anywhere in the world, we have a maximum of 2 time zones to coordinate. We have experience in working with clients from all over the world and we are able to effectively cooperate in many time zones. We also have our business partners and project managers employed in the United States, Germany and Great Britain.

After preliminary agreements regarding the conclusion of cooperation, we agree the times of meetings that are convenient for both parties. We communicate with you on Discord via a channel dedicated to the project, where you can always see all important discussions about your product and you also receive from us to preview the work of Clickup, where you can also interact while watching the effects of work.

5. How do you settle with your customers?

We work based on T&M or Fixed Price divided into stages of work. We adapt to the expectations of our client.

In the T&M model, you pay for the actual work time spent by the team on developing specific tasks. You are responsible for the scope of the project and you set the priorities for the development team, the increase in work is measured by the selected tool with which we can integrate the Clickup system on which we work on a daily basis, including: Chrome plug, toggl, harvest, lockify, hubstaff, everhour, timedocker, timeneye, timely .

In the Fixed Price model, we divide the project into rigid stages, followed by the settlement. The division into stages of works is a compromise between the appropriate code increment according to the approximate date and liquidity for the development team.

6. How big is your team?

We are a 100% office remote team consisting of over 50 talented professionals: Flutter programmers, React.js programmers, Vue.js Backend Laravel programmers, Symfony, UI designers, UX specialists, manual and automatic testers, Devops and project managers.

7. Can the code be transferred to another team?

Yes. We create project documentation, we store the code in a repository on Github. The one that belongs to us is very clear and well documented, which makes it easy to transfer the project to another team