Satmat Technologies analyzes your project idea from both the technical and business side.
Then we decide on how to create your project from scratch or develop and optimize the existing one.
You get a list of well-thought-out recommendations on how to proceed with your project.
In tandem, we start prototyping, creating an MVP, or developing your solution.
From PoC to choosing the exact technologies to use
After verifying the technical viability of the project, we help unveil and shape your needs, detail the project scope, and make sure that the future solution is in line with your goals.
We develop documentation that precisely and clearly describes your solution’s functionality as well as all use cases and scenarios.
We review your high-level design choices or come up with an architecture from scratch, so that your software can support the requirements of today and tomorrow.
Native vs. cross-platform?Knockout or React? It’s no longer a dilemma, because our solution architects will consider every option and help you choose the tools that will work best for your software.
Preparing to make your next solution great
Grasp the basic structure of your application, including information, navigation and interface design.
Get a more realistic, visually rich impression of how the end user will see your software and content.
Test the look and feel of your software, even click the buttons, just as if you were using a real app.
Top 3 factors to consider
Set realistic goals and delivery schedules based on a better understanding of end-to-end functionality as well as the technical limitations of your solution. Keep the costs and potential issues transparent from day one.
Start improving your software from the very outset of the project and avoid costly reworking. Test your design, incorporate the feedback and test again until you achieve that ultimate user experience. Iterate and find the right development approaches and tools before it’s too late.
A prototype is worth a thousand words. Support your story line with a working prototype, whether you are pitching it to investors, corporate decision-makers, partners or customers.