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Globaldev Group provides cutting-edge services in terms of software engineering and team extension to help our global partners address the most complex digital transformation needs and untangle the most ambitious software challenges.

We deliver the exceptional so your project is in good hands.

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ISO 27001
$50 - $99/hr
50 - 249
2011
Locations
Poland
Skierniewicka str. 14 lok. U5, 01-230, Warsaw, Warsaw
Ukraine
Odessa, Ukraine Odessa, Ukraine, Odessa, Odessa 65000
+1 415 449 8696

Focus Areas

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  • Mobile App Development
  • Web Development
  • App Designing (UI/UX)
  • Web Designing (UI/UX)
  • Testing Services

Client Focus

100%
  • Small Business

Industry Focus

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  • Business Services
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • Advertising & Marketing

Steelkiwi by Globaldev Executive Interview

Viacheslav Ponomarov
Viacheslav Ponomarov
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Please introduce your company and give a brief about your role within the company?
Headquartered in Ukraine, Steelkiwi is a US full-stack software agency, offering mobile and web development services. I co-founded Steelkiwi with Anton Baterikov in 2011, positioning Steelkiwi as a Python/Django web development company. We formed a mobile app department in 2012 and things really took off. Now, Steelkiwi has 4 major departments: web development, mobile development, quality assurance (QA), and graphic design department.

While Anton is responsible for all technical aspects, I manage non-technical teams such as sales, marketing, and HR departments. My job is to manage and improve the company’s internal processes, analyze clients’ feedback, and make sure our infrastructure is convenient for clients and employees alike.
What was the idea behind starting this organization?
We wanted to offer an alternative to PHP and chose Python/Django as the foundation for our web development services. Being different from PHP development companies, allowed us to offer something new to our customers. We wanted to deliver high-quality products in a time-efficient way so going with python made a lot of sense. One more good thing for us is that today when data analysis and machine learning becomes an essential part of all big products, Python stack gives us all the power we need.

The industry has changed a lot and we therefore no longer focus only on the technology side of our solutions. Instead, we try to deliver meaningful value to our customers by using our technical experience as well as market expertise. At present, we’re building on our expertise in healthcare and restaurant technologies.
What are your company’s business model–in house team or third party vendors/outsourcing?
We have an in-house team and we run projects from two offices located in Odessa and Vinnitsa. Making a leap into the future, we plan on opening one more office in Kiev.
How is your business model beneficial from a value addition perspective to the clients compared to other companies' models?
Our primary focus is valuable and qualitative products that meet our client's business goals, make a positive impact on their business and give the possibility to predict ROI.

We achieve it through excellent communication, reliable technology, and project management. We follow the consultative approach while proposing a solution, not just code written. Therefore, along with classic engagement models such as project-based work and outstaffing, we offer the product development approach. Such type of cooperation means the Steelkiwi team is involved in the marketing and business sides of the future product, taking into account common goals (shared among our client’s team and the Steelkiwi team) and KPIs.
What industries do you generally cater to? Are your customers repetitive? If yes, what ratio of clients has been repetitive to you?
Some industries we cater to include healthcare (multichannel patient communication, clinical pathway management, schedule management, and online doctor apps), the restaurant industry (table booking, self-ordering kiosks, food delivery, pre-ordering, and loyalty apps). Also, we have experience in developing employment-oriented software, education platforms, location-based solutions, travel apps, and entertainment apps.

In terms of categories, we have expertise in building on-demand services, social networking apps, content and media focused solutions, and online marketplaces to connect businesses with clients.

Speaking of return customers, we do have them. When a client returns to us, they usually want to add new features or build a brand new product. The ratio fluctuates year after year because you can never predict whether a return customer may need something again.
Mention the objectives or the parameters critical in determining the timeframe of developing a mobile app. The feature set?
Generally, clients touch base with us to develop a mobile app from the ground up. Other than that, our clients want to improve their existing product or finish it in the case when they aren’t satisfied with their current software service provider.
Considering the above two scenarios, the timeframe always varies.

First of all, we prioritize features for the product from most to least important. Based on this, we decide on the stages of development. This allows us to release a product which comprises the most crucial functionality to the market ASAP.

To sum up, the timeframe depends on the project’s complexity, its features, and whether or not there’s the legacy code. Additionally, we try to evaluate the risks related to third-party integrations like connecting to uncommon payment gateways or tax services.
How much effort in terms of time goes into developing the frontend and backend of a mobile app?
Truth be told, there’s no solid answer to how much time it can take to build a mobile app. Every project is unique and requirements are usually different. A client may want an app with only a few basic features or they may want to include a GPS functionality or real-time data synchronization that require a complex backend infrastructure. The time will much depend on the type of an app the client is building and it’s business logic. Speaking about native app development, I’d say that it may take up 400 to 700 hours to build an iOS app and 500 to 800 hours to build an Android app. But again it’s just a rough estimate.
What are the key parameters to be considered before selecting the right platform for a mobile application?
Of course, choosing the right platform is essential. First of all, you should interview your potential users and find out how they’re going to interact with your app. To do so, you need to describe your startup idea to your target users. You can also ask them how and when they interact with similar existing apps. This will help you create the UX/UI design that’s logical and interactive.

Once you’re done with your target audience, you need to define your target location. This will help you determine which devices dominate the market. The ultimate goal of the app and whether it’s free or not drives the choice of the platform. For instance, iOS users tend to pay for apps they use whereas Android users are likely to download free apps. Finally, you need to make sure your objectives align with your budget frame.

What’s more, if you plan on integrating your app with third-party devices, you should study which platform offers better accuracy and ease of integration. You could always go with cross-platform development if you want to kill two birds with one shot. But everything really comes down to your users and the money you’re ready to spend.
Which platform do you suggest your clients to begin with when they approach you with an idea (Android or iOS) and why?
Usually, our clients have a specific platform in mind. In case when they’re not sure and seek our advice, we analyze the market they want to launch before suggesting the best option. However, if we see that the client can have a larger market share, by going with both platforms, we suggest they build for iOS and Android both. If a client wants to target both iOS and Android users, but the budget or time is an issue for them, we offer cross-platform development with Flutter.
Android or iOS, Native or Hybrid — which platform is best to use to build your app? What are your recommendations?
You must be clear about your objectives and functionality you want to power your app with, that’s number one. Then, you should also bear in mind that Android has a larger market share, compared to iOS. iOS dominates in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, and Western Europe, whereas Android is popular in Central and South America, Africa, China, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and some other countries. So you should definitely take into account the demographics.

If time is not an issue and you’re not pressured to launch ASAP, go for native app development. Native applications perform well, offer excellent security, and UX. If you want to launch faster, you could go with hybrid app development. With hybrid apps, you get the source code with a native wrapper which allows you to capture web and mobile users alike. However, hybrid apps limit users in terms of functionality available on the web. So you need to think about whether you’re ready to sacrifice some features which are not essential for your user journey when accessing your app via a mobile device.
What are the key factors that you consider before deciding the cost of a mobile application?
In most cases, we rely on the number of features and the complexity of design to determine the cost of a mobile application. Additionally, we try to delineate the risks in regard to development which tend to influence the mobile app cost.
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 usually keep to the three models. The first one is the “time and material” model. After receiving a request from the client, we start finding out the details (if there is no option to extract the scope of work). We write down detailed functional and technical requirements and assign developers to a project. We charge clients a set price per hour of work.

The sister model of the “time and material” is when we fix a team, let’s say 5 people, and charge a set price for their full-time workload.

The third “fixed price” model is built upon estimation. To define the total development cost, we write project requirements and create UX/UI design, which helps us figure out the number of hours needed to implement all features. According to this estimation, we tell our clients how much the development will cost. Any requests or improvements estimated by the team and approved by the client will require an additional charge.

In our billing, we try to be as transparent as possible, providing regular reports to our clients.
Do you take in projects which meet your basic budget requirement? If yes, what is the minimum requirement? If no, on what minimum budget you have worked for?
It’s hard to say in numbers what the minimum budget is. We analyze the functionality our client wants to include and offer different ways of implementation. Products vary, and so do their minimum budgets. The main point here is this: the minimum budget should cover expenses on a high-quality product comprising a set of features that meet the needs of the target audience.
What is the price range (min and max) of the projects that you catered to in 2019?
In 2019, the projects we worked on were worth $25,000 and above. Some projects were really big and the price range went up to more than $150,000.
Which business model do you suggest to your clients enabling them to generate revenue from mobile applications? Why?
Everything depends on the app business model and market, which the app is targeting. We always analyze competitors and offer relevant recommendations. It can be a subscription-based model, revenue through advertising, or it can be a paid app.

It’s essential to understand why users are going to use our product and the value our solution delivers. Once we’ve analyzed users’ pains and gains, we offer monetization model that best suits our client’s app.
Kindly share your feedback on how GoodFirms has been doing so far in increasing your visibility among potential clients.
Since the time our company is featured on GoodFirms, we’ve had 900 people visit our website. Out of these 900 visitors, we’ve had 70 leads.

Steelkiwi by Globaldev Clients & Portfolios

Key Clients

  • Teva
  • Subway
  • Pliant
  • Tylertech
  • Vodafone
  • Budget Thuis
  • Hoopit
  • Scoutbee
  • IWC
  • Yoc
  • Siemens
  • ECIT
  • Bliq
  • SAKANI
  • Endios
  • Meddy

Meddy.co
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Meddy.co
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Healthcare & Medical

Together with Meddy, we assembled a dedicated team of developers, designers, and quality assurance engineers to develop a sophisticated system where patients can book appointments with doctors, providing different healthcare services. The system is integrated with the Meddy.co database, where administrators directly schedule appointments for patients, thus ensuring better hospital management. 

We have successfully designed the system’s UI, architecture, and front-end as well as implemented a set of important features, including patient data management, appointment management, staff availability, time shift creation, and environment for hospital management. 

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ECIT / NettLønn Expense
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ECIT / NettLønn Expense
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Ongoing
Financial & Payments

ECIT is a Nordic group of 2,500+ employees providing Scandinavian businesses with a high level of expertise and smart technology. For this, ECIT has a finance & accounting decision and an IT team that offers security, operations, systems, support, and outsourcing.

Globaldev Group helped ECIT to create a white-label modular structure solution to manage the company’s employee expenses. The application now provides businesses with features for expense management, from uploading receipts to creating reports. This white-label solution also quickly adapts to business needs and ensures consistent user experience across product versions.

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Sakani
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Sakani
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Ongoing
Real Estate

During a 2021 Dubai business trip, our technology consultant met Karim Alam, the future CEO of Sakani. Recognizing flaws in Dubai's real estate platforms, Karim aimed to create a competitive alternative. Together, we developed a web platform to empower Dubaians in making informed property decisions.

The platform creatively visualizes Dubai's real estate landscape, allowing users to explore communities before purchasing or renting property. Users can access community profiles, view up-to-date listings, browse images, compare sales data and rental ROI, and apply filters for customized searches. Utilizing algorithms, the platform suggests the two most suitable 

properties based on user-defined parameters.

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Vodafone
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Vodafone
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40 weeks
Telecommunication

Having identified operational inefficiencies in their marketing campaigns, our client aimed to enhance productivity while reducing errors. 

So they approached us with an idea to develop custom software to streamline their campaign management tasks, including planning, creation, execution, and reporting. Furthermore, this solution was expected to minimize human errors and automate repetitive processes.

We assembled a development team and built software that facilitated smoother information exchange, moderation, and approval processes. As a result, it enabled our client to efficiently scale marketing experiments and collaborate effectively with external vendors.


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Tyler Technologies
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Tyler Technologies
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Ongoing
Real Estate

Globaldev's collaboration with Tyler Technologies started back in February 2020 as the first step to enhancing their existing property assessment tools.  At that time, Tyler Technologies sought to unify its suite, scattered across platforms and holding back data processing. Their core aim was to develop an internal assessment tool from scratch, thus upgrading the current assessment process and boosting the team’s KPIs.

The project was segmented into manageable parts, culminating in the creation of a web app featuring user-friendly interfaces and essential modules for core management tasks. This MVP version drastically reduced property assessment time to under two minutes per property, facilitating the review of approximately 480 parcels daily, a significant improvement from the previous 150 to 200 parcels.

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YOC
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YOC
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Ongoing
Advertising & Marketing

YOC's VIS.X® technology stands out in digital marketing by offering high-impact advertising formats, enhancing advertisers' ability to connect with their target audience and achieve key performance KPIs.

The partnership with Globaldev Group began with a mutual understanding of YOC's needs, leading to the recruitment of IT experts to enhance collaboration gradually. From filling staffing gaps to building a dedicated team and improving leadership skills, the collaboration evolved to meet the demands of YOC's projects.

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eHealthy
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eHealthy
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Ongoing
Healthcare & Medical

Our client envisioned a platform bridging the gap between patients and healthcare providers. They sought an MVP with dashboards, profiles, and integrated chats for physicians, patients, and facilities.

eHealthy was initiated by private practice physicians and soon evolved into a comprehensive platform facilitating seamless healthcare operations. It now optimizes medical center processes, empowers patients to access top specialists, and aids physicians with essential automation.

Following the successful MVP development, our collaboration expanded to the integration of features tailored to patients, doctors, and medical facilities. We designed web portals supporting various healthcare users, ensuring streamlined communication to prevent errors and delays.

Additionally, we created two dedicated websites to showcase eHealthy's benefits: one for patients to discover the platform and access top-tier doctors, and another for facilities to explore its functionality and resources.

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Tarya
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Tarya
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Ongoing
Financial & Payments

Tarya, founded in 2010, aims to empower borrowers and lenders by eliminating banks as mediators and ensuring control over financial situations. Since 2014, it's been a leader in P2P lending, offering a suite of solutions like Next-GEN BNPL and HR empowerment.

With a growing demand, Tarya sought R&D opportunities to match evolving financial service needs. Following Tarya’s request, we leveraged our offshore development hubs to form R&D teams that could support Tarya’s requirements and growth plans. 

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Gentrack
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Gentrack
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Utilities

Gentrack is a leading New Zealand technology company engaged in the development, integration, and support of interactive cleantech solutions for the utility and airport industries across the globe.

With the development of smart metering, Gentrack recognized the wealth of data generated, aiming to leverage it for driving business improvements, enhancing customer experiences, reducing costs, and improving cash recovery.

In collaboration with Globaldev, Gentrack designed the Gentrack Logical Data Model (GLDM), a novel data and analytics layer. GLDM enables a unified data source and a comprehensive customer view, facilitating rapid report generation, dashboard creation, and analytics. Additionally, it supports the implementation of AI/ML use cases atop hundreds of predefined utility-centric KPIs.

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endios
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endios
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Ongoing
Utilities

endios is a Hamburg-based company that provides One Pro, a no-code platform for developing smart city and smart energy applications. The One Pro software simplifies digital self-service for customers of local energy suppliers and utility companies. The software allows developers to build individual applications without writing code line by line. The One Pro software offers real-time information on mobile payments, smart parking, e-ticketing, e-fueling, bike rental, waste calendars, and public transport.

Initially a startup driven by innovation and passion, endios evolved into a robust organization. In 2019, they turned to Globaldev to help them reach a larger talent pool and hire mobile app developers and a project manager. Currently, the team consists of 45 employees, both in-house and remote.

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Columbus Coffee
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Columbus Coffee
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Ongoing
E-commerce

Columbus Coffee's journey began in 1994, when coffee enthusiasts, including David Burton, envisioned a café in Auckland CBD to share global coffee traditions. Today, it's a premium fast-casual franchise with over 60 cafés across New Zealand's North and South Islands.

Initially seeking to enhance the UX and performance of their loyalty app, Columbus Coffee approached Globaldev. However, a decision was made to develop a new loyalty app instead, focusing on improved usability, performance, navigation, and UI branding.

Collaborating with Columbus Coffee's backend team, Globaldev crafted native Android (Kotlin/Koin) and iOS (Swift) apps. 

The Columbus Coffee Rewards app enables customers to earn and redeem points for free beverages, eliminating the need for physical loyalty cards. Additionally, it facilitates finding nearby cafés, accessing special offers, and viewing order histories.

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Pliant
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Pliant
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Ongoing
Financial & Payments

Pliant, founded in 2020 by Fabian Terne and Malte Rau, disrupts the corporate card industry by offering a dynamic B2B credit card solution Their platform seamlessly integrates with accounting and travel expense tools, offering real-time reporting and flexible card management.

Today, Pliant provides both physical and virtual Visa cards, accepted globally by over 40 million merchants in 200+ countries. The company's expansion into seven European markets showcases its rapid growth.

With a focus on innovation, Pliant offers three product types: Pliant App, Pliant Pro API, and CaaS, catering to diverse credit card needs.

To meet an increasing demand, Pliant reached out to Globaldev. We helped them to shape their web and mobile teams to ensure continued market leadership.

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Teva
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Ongoing
Healthcare & Medical

Teva originated as a small wholesale drug business in 1901 under S.L.E. and aimed to enhance patient lives by providing quality medications. Evolving into Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, the company is a major player in developing branded and generic drugs for various health conditions, managing a vast portfolio of over 3,500 products across North America, Europe, and international markets.

To expand and manage its global pharmaceutical operations effectively, Teva adopted data and analytics solutions. Recognizing the need for skilled professionals, Teva is partnering with Globaldev to bolster its data engineering and business intelligence capabilities. We provided experienced consultants and data engineers, enabling Teva to develop a top-tier data and analytics platform.

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Budget Thuis
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Utilities

Budget Thuis initially entered the Dutch energy market as a provider of low-cost gas and electricity. Over time, they expanded their offerings to include telecom contracts, becoming a provider of budget-friendly electricity, gas, TV, internet, and telephone services. Their innovative EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF concept reshaped the Dutch market, showcasing the possibility of bundling multiple services for extra benefits.

Globaldev has been partnering with Budget Thuis for nearly a decade, helping them build an international development team and manage it. The Budget Thuis development team encompasses four nationalities and has 35+ team members.

Globaldev has implemented HR best practices, fostering productivity, engagement, and success.

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Subway
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Subway
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30 weeks
Food & Beverages

To meet the client's request for a unified loyalty system across European fast-food restaurants, we developed Android and iOS apps. Following clean architecture principles, we used Kotlin and Swift for Android and iOS development, respectively.

The implementation of a service-oriented architecture for the iOS app ensured its scalability and maintainability. Today, the new app facilitates seamless support across new countries without the need for app store updates. The backend needs to be updated with localized content. Furthermore, a dynamic UI/content structure allows customization for diverse market needs.

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Advisory Company
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Advisory Company
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100 weeks
Financial & Payments

Our client, an Australian financial firm with 300 advisors and over 10,000 clients across 27 offices, faced the challenge of digital transformation to streamline data collection and service delivery. To address this, they engaged Globaldev.

Globaldev developed a custom CRM system and client portal, centralizing client data, optimizing sales and marketing processes, and providing detailed insights into client behavior. User roles and permissions were tailored to accommodate the diverse needs of 300 advisors with a super user role, ensuring comprehensive system control. Diverse tools were created to cater to each division's specific requirements.

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Hoopit
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Ongoing
Other Industries

After addressing his own struggles with organizing activities, Øivind Husby created Hoopit to simplify children's sports management. Initially developed by two student developers and after encountering developmental challenges as the project grew, Hoopit sought Globaldev's expertise.

Globaldev collaborated with Hoopit's team to develop mobile and web applications. The result is an inclusive sports management solution accessible across platforms, facilitating seamless communication and coordination among stakeholders. Through automation and real-time updates, Hoopit optimizes business processes and enhances communication.


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Steelkiwi by Globaldev Reviews

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Nikola Ninkovi

Professional team with creative approach

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$50001 to $200000

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We had amazing experience working with SteelKiwi. Their level of engagement, professionalism and sufficiency impresses a lot. Developers have solid technical background and always give timely piece of advice to deliver top-notch product.

What service was provided as part of the project?

Web Development, Web Designing (UI/UX)

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

Professionalism

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

Timing and schedule

Chris Bush

Extremely professional and communicative.

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In Progress

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Works with your unique needs as a business, fast to respond to changing requirements.

What was the project name that you have worked with Steelkiwi by Globaldev?

Multiple projects

What service was provided as part of the project?

Mobile App Development, Web Development, Software Development

Finished the project as per estimated timeframe.

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$0 to $10000
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The client is a design studio based out of Turkey and caters to start-up clients and their projects. They offer various design related services for mobile as well as web related apps. The company both designs its own apps and tailor made apps for their clients.



The client appreciates SteelKiwi for their timeliness and proactive approach and is very satisfied working with them. The client is very happy with their promptness and responsiveness and recommends them highly to their colleagues.


What was the project name that you have worked with Steelkiwi by Globaldev?

iOS & Android App Design for A Finance Project

What service was provided as part of the project?

Mobile App Development

Impressive technical approach.

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$50001 to $200000
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The client is an individual entrepreneur who wanted to create an interesting game app to overcome parking fear. SteelKiwi Development was approached to convert the idea into a working application. They were involved in the development and design of an Android-based mobile game application.



The client is highly satisfied with the services of SteelKiwi Development and praised them for their technical skills and passion. The client highly recommends SteelKiwi Development to their colleagues. 


What was the project name that you have worked with Steelkiwi by Globaldev?

Game Application for Android

What service was provided as part of the project?

Mobile App Development, App Designing (UI/UX)

Alex Dagil

Flexible and provided useful suggestions.

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$0 to $10000
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The client is Hang - a social networking application to better coordinate events among friends. SteelKiwi Development was involved in the development of an iOS based mobile application for the client.



The client is highly satisfied with the work done and services offered by SteelKiwi Development and praised them for their seamless coding and quality orientation. The client highly recommends SteelKiwi Development to their colleagues. 


What was the project name that you have worked with Steelkiwi by Globaldev?

Social Networking iOS App Development

What service was provided as part of the project?

Mobile App Development, App Designing (UI/UX)

Always deliver what they commit.

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$10001 to $50000
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The client is an IT Consultancy based out of Egypt and offers many IT related services, majorly web and mobile, to users. SteelKiwi Development was selected to provide development and design services for web-based ecommerce website.



The client is content with the services and deliverables of SteelKiwi Development and praised them for their skills in handling complex projects. SteelKiwi Development is highly recommended to others. 


What was the project name that you have worked with Steelkiwi by Globaldev?

ehgezMASR.com

What service was provided as part of the project?

Web Development, E-commerce Development

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