Software Development Solutions As a trusted technology partner, Getpanja applies its vast industry knowledge and domain expertise to design and build landmark new software products for leading companies in the financial services, travel & hospitality, media, real-estate industries. Whether it’s a large-scale B2C platform, a custom B2B solution or a venture-backed startup, we believe it is imperative to work closely with stakeholders to elaborate on requirements, align expectations and help drive user adoption. We follow a value-driven, iterative process to deliver the highest quality product possible for yours specific environment and encourage clients to test ideas and diligently validate problems, solutions and market opportunities through early prototypes and MVPs. We use various software development environments including Microsoft C#.Net, VB.Net, C++, Java, Python, PHP and various database technologies. We support a wide range of process and commercial engagement models to ensure that project flow fits our client’s operational and financial objectives: Fixed Price Fixed Scope A classic delivery model which guarantees delivery of a pre-defined set of functionality in a specific time frame Requires significant effort upfront for requirement definition and a rigid change management protocol Can be done in Agile model Less suitable for projects where requirements are likely to change Dedicated team A team of developers is assigned to work exclusively on a series of client's projects Management and reporting duties are shared between client and Getpanja Ideal for Agile model Allows for easy integration between Getpanja’s and client's in-house development team Allows for a full scope control by the client and provides flexibility to change course as needed Time and Budget Cap The engagement is split into fixed-time phases (e.g. three-month long) with a fixed  not-to-be-exceeded budget; the team works off the task backlog in an Agile manner. This option limits the client’s exposure for each phase and provides a natural accountability mechanism – the vendor only gets next phase's budget allocation if the client is satisfied with current deliverables