Overview
$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
2014
Brocoders is an outsourcing software development and consultancy company which is focused on Web & Mobile Development Services. We’ve completed over 50 projects for the businesses of all sizes worldwide. As a full stack web development company, we provide a wide range of IT services: web development, mobile app development, UX/UI design, dedicated team with strong experience in the following domains: SaaS and ERP systems, internal manageme

Brocoders is an outsourcing software development and consultancy company which is focused on Web & Mobile Development Services.

We’ve completed over 50 projects for the businesses of all sizes worldwide.

As a full stack web development company, we provide a wide range of IT services: web development, mobile app development, UX/UI design, dedicated team with strong experience in the following domains:

  • SaaS and ERP systems, internal management platforms,
  • EdTech and LMS projects,
  • MedTech and digital health platforms,
  • B2B, B2C, P2P marketplaces,
  • Blockchain projects.

We have over 60 professionals on board, including certified developers, UX designers, project managers, client service support team, and QA team. 

Contact us to request an estimation for your project or get a free consultation from our specialists. 

Let's talk about your project: call +380 66 9782 702 today!

Key Clients
  1. AI-Powered Bookkeeping software
  2. Blockchain projects for Dutch enterprises 
  3. Internal project management platform for event services company
  4. Service that brings fashion enthusiasts and fashion lovers together.
  5. The service that enables both a job-seeker and an employer to find each other in a few clicks
  6. Powerful auction engine

Our portfolio

ua
Ukraine
Brocoders
203 Baranivska str., Sumy, Sums'ka 40010
+38 066 9782702
ua
Ukraine
Brocoders
6B Psil'ska str., Sumy, Sums'ka 40030
+38 066 9782702
Focus Area
Service Focus
  • Software Development
  • Mobile App Development
  • Web Designing (UI/UX)
60%
30%
10%
Client Focus
  • Medium Business($10M - $1B)
  • Small Business(< $10M)
  • Large Business(> $1B)
35%
35%
30%
Industries Focus
  • Business Services
  • Education
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • Information Technology
  • Retail
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
Customer Reviews
5.0 (2 Reviews)

Reliable and smart team that you want to build a long-lasting relationship with

Evgeniy Ursalov
posted on 27/6/19
I am working with Brocoders on a Ukrainian EdTech project and can tell that they are always straightforward, professional and a highly reliable team. The quality of their work is fantastic as well as the transparency in the communication style and development approach. They always suggest what can be best for the project and play an important role in features planning, growing and promoting Casers.
Project Details
Software Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 27/6/19
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ROCK STAR DEVELOPERS

Patrick Kedziora
posted on 10/8/18
They truly get deep into a project. They don't just code, they truly get deep into a project, think about it and add a great deal more. Plus, they're just a bunch of really great people that are easy to work with, deliver product on time and on budget.
Project Details
Software Development
posted on 10/8/18
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Executive Interview
Andrey Konoplenko
Andrey Konoplenko
CEO, Brocoders
Kindly share your feedback on how GoodFirms has been doing so far in increasing your visibility among potential clients.
We were highly encouraged to participate in this interview because GoodFirms constantly provides new inbound leads. This platform is useful for service seekers as it matches their preferences. They are looking to view a list of potential contractors, reviews, and portfolio works. GoodFirms fits their expectations. Highly recommended resource.
Please introduce your company and give a brief about your role within the organization.
My name is Andrey Konoplenko, and I am the CEO and Founder of Brocoders. I have a Co-founder, Rodion Salnik. We have been managing the company since its inception, in 2014. While Rodion is responsible for the development and project delivery, I am in charge of the business development and customer relationships.
My role is to ensure the efficient work of the sales and marketing departments and provide the development crew with enough projects. The more prospects we find, the more work we have. It is my key area of responsibility.

At the same time, I take care of the service quality. I want to make sure that our flow is transparent to our clients at the first point. Transparency leads to trust and helps build communication. So, one of my duties is keeping up a customer-oriented experience. It is the most interesting part of my job, I would say.

Brocoders is based in Sumy, Ukraine. Besides in-house, we have remote developers working with us from other cities. Overall, our team counts over 80 people. At the moment, we deliver the service to more than 20 clients, including the new and ongoing projects. We work pretty intensively, as you see.
What is the story behind starting this company?
Before establishing Brocoders, my co-founder Rodion and I were focused on creating side projects. We constructed them and monetized their services. I want to mention only a few projects that we developed: the culinary network, enriched with an extensive collection of recipes, the online consultancy for those who need legal advisory, and Hintarea, our SaaS product tailored for digital marketers’ needs. The latter had opened the door to the startup community, with many opportunities, like meetings with angel investors and mentors, visiting big events, and communicating with famous CEOs. It was a fantastic time as we learned much about doing technological business.

At the beginning of 2014, our team grew large. We had project managers, designers and software engineers onboard. Then I told my counterpart: "Hey! We gained valuable expertise in developing big products. Why not do it for other startup companies?". That was our real beginning. We were eager to find customers looking to develop networking services or marketplaces and benefit from our commitment.

When we entered the IT outsourcing market, it was already overheating. It took us almost three years before finding a partner of expected size and capacity. Until then, we had to develop MVPs for early-stage companies. They were approaching the startup business and just studied how to monetize their services.

Unfortunately, most of them were closed after a while. Nevertheless, our cooperation was beneficial, because some recommended us to big enterprises.
What are your company’s business model – in-house team or third-party vendors/ outsourcing?
Brocoders is providing its services on the basis of a third-party vendor. We have been focusing on this model since the early days. Meanwhile, this service includes various packages. For example, prior to the web or mobile development phase, we could carry out the discovery phase. It consists of requirements elicitation and their overview. The main methods we use to handle it are customer interviews, prototyping, user flow diagrams, etc. To start this work, we sign an agreement indicating our responsibilities, development timeline  and deadline.
How does your company differentiate itself from the competition?
We differentiate from other companies with our development life cycle. At the first point, we focus on the key priorities of the client's project. Secondly, we iterate the process. We envision the whole work through the smaller paces or milestones.

Each of them targets the development of core features. After finishing it, we show the client a working demo of the product functions. Based on outcomes, they may decide on the new requirements. We consider it a usual thing and prepare ourselves for that change.

Our service product is best aligned with the specifics of B2B SaaS companies. When evaluating their scope, we allocate the software engineers with the relevant experience. They work on the feature list needed to be developed and specify the risks that may appear during the build process. After hiring us, this team will work on the client's project. The described offering is called the dedicated team. It matches with the B2B SaaS companies that want to scale their product and accelerate the development speed.
What industries do you generally cater to? Are your customers repetitive? If yes, what ratio of clients has been repetitive to you?
We target the SaaS industry. To be more precious, we focus on constructing MarTech digital services and products. These companies are dynamic and require the vendor to follow the Agile strategy. We learned how to fit with this flow and managed to work with them at various stages. They are repetitive customers since they get back to whether they validated their MVP or received new investments to scale their product.

To add to that, we constantly receive inquiries for building real-time platforms, which are mainly SaaS and cloud-based solutions. I would outline the main spheres that they belong to:
  • Fitness and health-tech applications;
  • Inventory and FinTech companies;
  • Corporate management systems.
We also differentiate our clients by technology. In these terms they are divided into the following categories:
  • Web-based and mobile applications;
  • Artificial intelligence implementation;
  • Block-chain solutions.
Please share some of the services that you offer for which clients approach you the most for?
We provide our services under three categories:
  • Product development;
  • Product team scaling;
  • Product rebuild;
Our team consists of those specialists:
  • React.js developers;
  • Node.js developers;
  • DevOps engineers;
  • UI/UX designers.
What is your customer satisfaction rate according to you? What steps do you take to cater to your customer’s needs and requirements?
I will lie to you by saying that 100% of our clients have always been happy. Having constructed over 120 projects in 7 years, we faced various situations. Wrong expectations were the reasons for most problems. I want to share some examples with you.

After sending us an inquiry on project development, a client looks forward to getting the cost estimate. I set a meeting hoping to discuss the scope details. During the conversation, I notice that the client expects me to know the project requirements better than they do. It leads to a curious situation. Instead of writing a code, I am supposed to write a specification. But since I don't want to lose this client, I work on the requirements outline even though it goes beyond my responsibility.

Finding a compromise is the best way of successful collaboration. Indeed, we do not create the product business instead of our client. But we facilitate them at those points where they lack experience. At the initial stage, we suggest our client perform the business analyses. We offer a quote for this stage. Once agreed, we undertake the research and prepare the full specification.

Next, we provide our clients with a UI/UX design quote. It is easy to complete now: we can estimate the design work by knowing the feature requirements. After finishing the graphic layout work, we show the client a software development estimate. This information is based on the features outlined during the previous stages.

The more certainty we input into the working process, the easier it will be to cooperate. I am glad that we make such efforts in our company. To finish it up, you could visit our profiles on Clutch and Upwork to check on the latest customer satisfaction rate.
What kind of support system do you offer to your clients for catering to their queries and issues?
Our clients could reach out to their project managers and receive a quick response. The communications are running through instant messengers like Slack, Google Hangouts, and Skype. The urgent queries have the highest priority and are fixed in a short period of time. Once the issue is resolved, project managers report to their clients. The task progress could be also tracked in Jira.
What kind of payment structure do you follow to bill your clients? Is it Pay per Feature, Fixed Cost, Pay per Milestone (could be in phases, months, versions etc.)
We bill our clients based on the Pay per Milestone principle. In most cases, the duration of the milestone lasts one month. Our invoices mention the completed features and hours spent for their delivery. The following payment structure comes from our development process. We pursue the Time and Material approach, so it is more natural to bill this way.
Do you take in projects which meet your basic budget requirement? If yes, what is the minimum requirement? If not, on what minimum budget you have worked for?
Yes, we have some preferences regarding the budget. We could take on the projects with a minimum of 80.000 USD.
What is the price range (min and max) of the projects that you catered to in 2021?
Between $80.000 and $250.000.
Clients & Portfolios
Portfolios
Next-Generation Recruiting Software | Skilent
Custom Solution Development for Event Production Company| Backbone International
Online logistics platform for swine production industry | Everypig
Сross-Platform App for Office Snack Service | Korobox
E-commerce platform for loyalty points exchanges | MyCurrency
Gokada solution — ride-sharing application
DJob
Tantrum
ClaimDocs
XellarDoor
Kedzoh.com
Auctionised.com
Casers.org
Nyam.ru
Appetini
JobOrbit.com
Skill Matrix
Skills Exp. of 1 - 3 YearsExp. of 3 - 5 YearsExp. of 5 - 10 YearsExp. of 10+ Years
No. of Emp. Hourly Rate No. of Emp. Hourly Rate No. of Emp. Hourly Rate No. of Emp. Hourly Rate
Node.js 10 30 10 35 0 0 0 0
ReactJS 10 30 10 35 0 0 0 0
React Native 0 0 5 35 0 0 0 0