* Every project is different.
We cannot specify the exact cost or timeframe until we understand the extent of your work. But what we can do, is be as open and transparent as possible in the way we approach software pricing.
Off-the-shelf solutions can stiﬂe your company’s innovation, while in-house development can be risky and expensive. WorkingMouse leverages strategic thinking with a tried and tested process and award-winning technology to deliver applications with real value that enable you to meet your business objectives.
Identify the problem
In this session, our technology experts sit with you to learn about your product or service and what problems it solves.
- Unpack the complexity of the problem
- Fit the project into a bucket; small, medium or large
- Prescribe a timeframe for Step 2
At the end, we will have deﬁned a ‘problem statement’ that will take us to Step 2.
$20,000 - 45,000*2- 4 weeks (~ 4 hours a week)
Equip with your problem statement, our Product Success team will run sessions with you to unpack:
- The current state of your product / service
- User Needs
- Opportunities for improvement
- Feature Requirements
At the end, we conduct a scientiﬁc process to calculate how long it will take to build. We provide timeframes against every piece of functionality which you can then use to sort and prioritise as part of the MVP.
~$60,000 - $130,000*2 hours, every 2 weeks
We’ll develop the solution in iterations.
After each iteration (2 weeks) the development team will showcase the work they have done for you to review.
In Step 2, you have the option to ﬁx the time and cost to allow certainty in the price.
* This is for a single milestone project. As the complexity and size increases, so too does the price.
Measure and support the solution
$500 per month (Basic)Ongoing maintenance & support
Support is provided by Rogue Two. They offer a Basic support model which keeps costs low and gives you control.
If there is a bug or you’d like to adjust something, you can log a ticket and it will be triaged using a 2 hour time-box.
We recommend saving 20% of the development cost to set aside for support. Be sure to take into account other operational expenses, such as hosting and App Store costs.