Getting Started with
We’ve all been through that process of endless pestering after filling out a single form, and that’s just no fun for anyone. If you fill out the form (or give us a call at 504-581-4636) at the bottom of this page, the leadership team will reach out to you to get a call scheduled so we can discuss your project and work together to figure out whether or not we’re the right fit for you.
(Please see the types of medtech projects we generally work on if you haven’t already.)
Meet Justin Bantuelle, the CTO, and Michael Roberts, the Marketing Director.
You’ll talk with these folks about your project: specifically what problem you’re trying to solve and what outcome you’re hoping for at the end of the process.
If your project is something we can help with, then we’ll ask for an official business requirements document. (Here’s an example.) We’ll also want to speak with someone on your team that can help us think through any technical needs.
After that point, we’ll put together a proposal for you.
What should you plan for your budget? Well, we’re a boutique shop, so we’re going to develop a custom solution for you, meaning that we’ll want to speak with you before we come up with a final number.
Let’s talk about where our projects generally start.
Let’s Discuss Your Project
If you’re ready to learn more about how we can work together, please fill out the form below.
(Not into filling out forms? Connect with Michael on LinkedIn to start a conversation.)
If you have a business requirements document already drawn up and you’re ready to start talking about building out your application, then you should expect a minimum budget of $50,000. After that initial investment, you’ll want to think about whether you have a team at your company that can support a new system or whether you’ll need help with maintenance, upgrades, and analysis.
Most of our application development engagements have led to multi-year relationships with our clients as we’ve continued to meet new business needs. (Learn more about our timelines for initial projects.)
If you’re still in the process of figuring out what you need for your application, we can certainly help. We can start a discovery process to work with you, your team, end users, and any other relevant stakeholders to establish a clear purpose and expectations for your project. We’ve put together a guide to help you see how we conduct a discovery process with your team to help you arrive at a plan for your application.