Engagement Models We Offer

Every model has advantages and disadvantages and is only effective in certain situations. However, in the IT industry, the most popular engagement models are: time and materials contracts, fixed bids, outstaffing and dedicated teams. We recommend that you analyze the specifics of your project as well as your company objectives before selecting any of the engagement types. If you are unsure, you may get advice from our experts, who can assist you in selecting the most cost-effective model.

Let’s have a look at these engagement models and comprehend how each one has its own benefits.

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Time and Material Model

One of the most well-known and implemented agile business models in software development is time and material. The only resources a client pays for are the ones used in a project and the hours put into it. Regardless of how long it takes to complete the assignment, The majority of you concur that paying for the actual work sounds appropriate and fair. Regular work updates and payment based on completed work are what time and material entail. Even with years of experience, the highly specialized nature of software development and the constantly evolving technological environment make it impossible to specify every eventuality that might have arisen.

  • Ideal for projects with indeterminate requirements or those that are likely to evolve.
  • Software development costs are calculated based on direct hours worked at a predetermined hourly rate.
  • Working well when the client needs certain project components off-loaded as soon as possible.
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Pros of the Time and Material Model:

  • Agile software development
  • Keep more control over the project and make necessary changes to the parts
  • when the project scope is unclear.
  • There are no deadlines.
  • No-set spending limit.

Cons of the Time and Material Model:

  • The scope of the project is undefined.
  • Because development costs are not fixed, expenses may rise.
  • Due to the ambiguity of the scope, the timeline is undetermined.
  • Maintaining development/workflow records


In contrast to the fixed pricing approach, the time and material model enables for quicker project start-up and, more importantly, avoids hidden additional expenses and keeps project financing more transparent overall.

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