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Soluntech recognized as Top Software Agency by Clutch

There are several trends that are sweeping the development world today. Some have the potential to last, while other are slated to fizzle out by the end of the week. While it’s great to be abreast of the latest and most popular trend, it’s important to invest in solutions that stand the test of time and bring back measurable value back into your business.

We at SOLUNTECH understand the importance of a robust software solution. We pride ourselves on creating robust and scalable products that help our clients realize and develop their product goals. In light of our groundbreaking achievements, we’ve been awarded as a top development leader in Colombia! We’d like to take this chance to thank our esteemed clients, who’s support and dedication has awarded us an amazing 4.9/5-stars! We vow to keep up the good work!

“It means pride. We've been delivering great technology products for more than 7 years, and it feels great to be recognized as a top Latin America software agency.” – Alejandro Zakzuk, CEO, SOLUNTECH, a business and reviews website, collects objective feedback using their unique rating methodology to enable buyers to make informed decisions. We’re also featured on The Manifest, a company description site, one of Clutch’s sister platforms. Another great resource to check out is Visual Objects, which showcases creative and visual work on behalf of thousands of unique businesses.

How much will my project cost?

We can’t answer this question responsibly until we understand your idea, business, market, users, etc. While we can’t tell you exactly what your project will cost, we can compare yours to any of the 70+ projects that we’ve delivered since 2012 and tell you what’s in common with the project that we will help you with.

While it’s really hard to know the specific costs of the project without going through a discovery phase, we can usually help you set a responsible budget before you do business with us.

It’s also important to keep in mind that most projects get broken up into multiple phases. During the first phase of development, our goal is always to focus on the highest value features and architect something that sets us up for future phases.

No matter how large or small your budget, it’s always our goals for the value our clients receive to significantly exceed the fees we charge.

Who pays for bugs?

When paying for custom software, you should have the mindset of paying a team to design and develop the first instance of a product. Custom software projects are ripe with risk, including: building the right product, funding and schedule risks, third-party integrations, and technical approaches that need to be proved out.

Remember, you are paying your team to help you mitigate these risks, not to financially own them. Each sprint or release is not a guarantee of a finished, bug-free product. However, we do have standards and best practices in place that encourage each team to do their best to build a high-quality product.

We encourage our clients to embrace bugs, embrace risks, and know that we will do everything we can to address both. Your team will track bugs and work them into the schedule each week with other backlog item.

Our teams are smart and experienced; they do their best at predictably building your product.

With each iteration, we’ll take what we’ve learned and quickly your team integrate new insights to keep quality high. Be aware that the financial risk of developing custom software is in your hands. A warranty doesn’t come from your development team, but it’s what you will offer to your customers and employees. Taking on the financial risk is why you have such a potentially significant financial upside.

Shall I hire a developer or an agency?

Hiring an agency can be beneficial for larger, multi-faceted, and time constrained projects. Agencies can provide teams of experts to work on different tasks simultaneously.

Remember that a software is not just pieces of code wired together, it’s actually your future packed together as value to your users. When you hire Soluntech, you get the required package to minimize the risks around developing a custom software. With a single developer, is hard to think you will get the same level of experience, methodology, techniques, skills, speed, quality, and project management.