- Enable early market entry with NativeScript and perfect UI/UX design
- Created an efficient and complex product with plenty of third-party integrations
A South Florida-based luxury vehicle subscription service that provides car lovers with access to the most sought-after, new vehicles on the market today.
We needed to create a NativeScript-based mobile application with a website and admin panel to manage the business.
NativeScript, PHP 7.0, Yii 2, UI/UX design, prototyping, manual testing, Agile management framework
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I met their founder at a startup conference in Florida. The MobiDev team members had a booth and were talking about some of their capabilities, so I started to chat with some of them.
Mobidev is flexible and able to scale up and down dynamically. At times, we’ve had heavy development pushes where we needed to get a lot done quickly, and they always adapted to those needs. We’ve also had times where we would go into maintenance mode. They’re always responsive to our questions, even when about something the team isn’t actively working on at the time.
Project management is one of the areas Mobidev excels in. Their communication is excellent. In general, they over-deliver on timelines and costs. Mobidev consistently exceeds our expectations.
[Client’s review for Clutch.co]
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