Build an IT-team for your project

When you need to develop a software or a mobile application by an outsourced team, we’ll take care of this mess. High Stake will gain insight on the task and find specialized developers who will perform all operations without extra costs. We will supervise all stages of the work, from setting the goals to implementation and debugging right on time. After the implementation, we’ll provide a guarantee for the work to eliminate possible bugs.

Our values are
Save the client’s budget
Offer professional background and experience
Build convenient communication
Keep a hold of the project’s stages and deadlines
Test the product
Provide hypercare phase
How we work
1

Understand the task

First of all, we call or meet with the client to figure out what benefits are expected of the product and what are the hardware restrictions. Then we write User Story and preliminary requirements specification: that’s how we understand the result that the client wants to get. After the meeting we analyze all information and spell out details how the project should be realized: stages, deadlines, budget, and roles required to complete the project.

Hi, we’d like to create a mobile app for our employees. It should collect data from public sources on job offerings and issue relevant selection to employees. Deadline April, 1. Can you do it?

Thx for your detailed description at the meeting. For this project we need 2 backend and frontend developers, an architect, and a QA-engineer. Several stages are planned: - Budget -

2

Build the team

After contract execution, we pick out the minimal required team. Its composition depends on the complexity and volume of work, the budget of the project, and the deadlines. Usually the team has a project manager, developers (frontend and backend), a QA-engineer, and an architect. But other roles can be added, depending on the task - for instance, requirements and DevOps engineers. If we lack performers or narrow-focused developers - we’ll find an outsourced talent, make sure of its proficiency, and hold control of all stages of work. The client communicates with one project manager who doesn’t only supervise the project but has a nose for programming himself. Additionally, we can help you to find out staffed developers for the client’s own team.

3

Arrange working process

From the start we agree upon the format of communication with the client. Usually it’s a call once a week and a presentation, e-mail correspondence, or a general chat room in Microsoft Teams. All User Stories are presented on a Kanban board in Jira or Azure DevOps and we share it with the client. So the working process becomes transparent.

4

Create a product in milestones

Inside the team, we define a code version control system, milestone testing algorithms and a development plan. It is important that code implementation will not depend on a certain performer. If a developer suddenly gets sick in the middle of the project or we need to add extra roles to the team, this won’t affect the timing or quality of work. During development of the project we maintain detailed documentation of the project's history.

5

Assist after the project’s release

After implementation we update the documentation to make it more comfortable to use. For example, we made up requirements for releases and versions support. This helps the client’s own developers or outstaffed developers to join the project and maintain it. We are confident in the quality of our work and the final result, that is why we give a 1-month guarantee in order the client can test the work in real life.

Hi guys, you implemented a project two weeks ago for …. . Everything worked fine, but yesterday for some reason the data from the database stopped uploading to the site. What can be wrong?

Hello. Very strange... Now let's connect and see what the problem is. Don't worry, we'll fix it

Completed projects

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Andrey Mir, CEO, HS High Stake

For three years of work, we have completed 18 projects. Among our clients are: KIA, Samsung, Procter & Gamble and many others. 23 developers have passed through our teams - from juniors to architects. Most of them are do-all full-stack developers. I am an architect myself and I participate in projects, and not just manage the company

18
implemented projects
Hugo Boss
The apparel manufacturer needed to develop a web application for designers. Early they used SAP as a PLM system, but the interface was not adapted to the specifics of creating apparel. Therefore, the main aim was to implement a simple and convenient application. In addition, the client wanted to control the progress of the project offline with his own project managers right in the company's office. So we selected a t...
Stack
Dev time
12 months
Team
4 people
Expopartner
The exhibition coordinator needed to create a web-application in which clients could leave an online brief for participation in exhibitions. And managers could calculate the costs and make an offer. Initially, the client wanted to implement an authorization form in an already implemented application. But the application didn’t work correctly: its functions did not correspond to the business tasks of Expopartner. Besi...
Stack
Dev time
2.5 months
Team
5 people
Community Life
The Community Life startup needed to develop a web application, which could be integrated into the web-site of any insurance company. The project was on a tight schedule and MVP had to be completed before a presentation for the funder. The client had his own developers and we had to take the lead on the project and establish close communication between the teams.
Stack
Dev time
3.5 months
Team
7 people
Fraunhofer
The Research Institute needed to develop a test bench to study the human visual system. Such benches had already been used, but due to technical limitations they had reaction time more than 16 msec. This speed was not enough and we had to develop the bench with significantly less reaction time. The objective was atypical and we needed to find narrow-focused specialists who could fight for every millisecond to meet th...
Stack
Dev time
6 months
Team
4 people
SW
The metalworking machine manufacturer needed to develop an internal web application, which would make interaction between managers and storekeepers more convenient. For this aim we needed to combine the work of ERP and CRM systems and make the company's operations more automatic. Besides, the company wanted to develop a mobile application for storekeepers but didn’t want to spend extra money on additional licenses fo...
Stack
Dev time
6 months
Team
6 people
Hugo Boss
The apparel manufacturer needed to develop a web application for designers. Early they used SAP as a PLM system, but the interface was not adapted to the specifics of creating apparel. Therefore, the main aim was to implement a simple and convenient application. In addition, the client wanted to control the progress of the project offline with his own project managers right in the company's office. So we selected a t...
Stack
Dev time
12 months
Team
4 people
Expopartner
The exhibition coordinator needed to create a web-application in which clients could leave an online brief for participation in exhibitions. And managers could calculate the costs and make an offer. Initially, the client wanted to implement an authorization form in an already implemented application. But the application didn’t work correctly: its functions did not correspond to the business tasks of Expopartner. Besi...
Stack
Dev time
2.5 months
Team
5 people

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