Adamo Digital had worked on a similar technology solution for a local company. I looked at the end product, which had the quality I wanted. I was confident that they’d be able to build the right technology. Having worked for companies in an IT capacity myself, I looked at their skill level and maturity. I had been burned by vendors with immature processes in the past, so I researched the quality of Adamo’s people. They were attracting talented employees from multiple universities and had well-established processes.
The cost of developing in Singapore would have been 4 times higher. As an offshore company, Adamo seemed a lot more affordable. Overall, I looked at 5–6 offshore and local companies. I did consider the security of working offshore, but the price was a big differentiator.
The project was delivered within the initial budget and project timelines. We have since added functionality, but that is normal with ongoing development work. The solution was a real technical challenge, but Adamo always found a way to solve the issues we faced. That sets them apart from most providers.