Scope of work (sow)


Idea analysis, requirement gathering and planning

We worked with many startups and evaluated hundreds of ideas. Our analyst works closely with you to understand your business processes. We analyze gathered data, judge an idea against pre-defined criteria that we formed over these years.

At the final stages, we prepare a vision of the solution and specification, so you and the programmers understand how the solution will run. Documentation is an integral part of software engineering. Types of documentation include:

UX Strategy

Once the idea is validated, we start work on your product's visual aspect based on the info we've got on the first stage. We thoroughly study every user case to design how this software will look and how it will function. We create a wireframe to demonstrate what UI elements will exist on the screen, how they will be arranged, and visualize the navigation path.

On the next step, we put the design on the wireframe to show aesthetics. Finally, we make a full-fledged prototype to test with users and get valuable feedback before committing ideas to code.

Project Management & Development

Once Product specifications and designs are ready, we can kick off with product development. Our Project managers work closely with engineers to complete a project within the established goals on time, budget, and scope.

Coding undergoes seven phases: analyzing, designing, coding, code review, debugging and testing, implementing, and maintaining application software. Progress tracked in the task tracker, bug tracker, and the project wiki.

Product Growth

Outsource your marketing to our experts. Our marketing managers contributed to the online success of hundreds of brands: large and small. We offer full service marketing solutuions from marketing strategies, branding to advertising.

We leverage online marketing tactics such as social media marketing, search marketing, app marketing, push, and email marketing.

Add a Business Analyst to your project to:

Increase software development speed


Reduce the chances of exceeding the project budget


Maximize ROI and increase the probability of product-market fit by



Our industry expertise empowers simple development workflow with strict adherence to procedures on autopilot, making it a strong combination that led many customers to a successful launch in a short period.

  1. Initial Negotiations

  2. Requirements gathering

    Everyone on the same page 100% scope of work defined

  3. Analysis & Specs

    Expertise mapping, roadmap development, SRS/DRS creation 100% requirements described

  4. Requirement Visualization

    Building diagrams 100% problem areas defined

  5. Project Estimation

    Cost estimation, Resource availability, and allocation 100% resources defined

What you get

Professionally written document specs for your project that meet industry standards.

  • Requirements –Descriptions that identify the characteristics of a system a foundation for what will be engineered.
  • Architecture/Design –Describes a software appearance and functions. Covers relations to an environment and construction principles to be used in the design of software components.
  • Technical –Documentation of code, algorithms, interfaces, and APIs.
  • End-user –Manuals for the end-user and company staff: support, sysadmins, marketing
  • Marketing –How to promote the product and analysis of the market conjuncture

Vision and scope document

The vision and scope is the guidance for all software projects. It's a high-level document that should get all the stakeholders in the project on the same page. It describes the overall 'vision', or plan. It is more brief and general than a product requirements document

Requirement Specification

A software requirements specification (SRS) is a complete description of a software system with its functional and non-functional requirements. It may comprise a set of use cases that define user interactions that the software must provide to the end-user for the ideal business.


Visualization helps to identify problem areas and show the scale of the project from the bird’s-eye view:
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD)

Cost Estimation

Approximation of the cost and other resources needed to complete a project based on SRS. Cost estimation has a single total value and for each element required for the project.