Process of work
Here’s what it’s like to develop your software product with Rochement. As an example scenario we present a story of an MVP. It’s agile and flexible – we always tailor it to your needs.
We plan work in intervals called Sprints. They usually last 2 weeks. Together with you, we plan which features to include in the development, and decide how we implement them.
Working Software Every Sprint
We split our work into small parts so that we present the effects of our efforts often. We work incrementally. Every sprint we deliver a testable piece of work.
We value honesty and transparency in giving and receiving feedback. Every Sprint we adapt to change and strive to improve how we work together.
Apart from developing products entirely within the Rochement team, we can also join your own team and support it with an appropriate skillset you’re in demand of. We’re ready to help with web and mobile development as well as product design, project management, and quality assurance.
Before you decide to invite us onboard, consider the following:
To gain your trust, we guarantee transparency on every step of the way.
Time and materials contract
Your billing is based on the number of hours worked by the project team, so you know exactly what you’re paying for.
Accurate time logs for the work done
How do you know whether your billing is accurate? Simply check the time logs, any time you need.
Certified Scrum Masters
Communicate freely with no managerial overhead. Both you and your team get constant support from the Scrum Masters to make sure things go the best way possible.
NDA on request
We understand you may want to protect your idea in all ways possible. We’re open to signing NDAs, and we can do it in a snap by using electronic signatures.
Direct access to development environment and developers
You can see what’s going on under the hood at all times. Best results come from collaborating directly with our developers.
Time zones are not a problem
Do you feel that time difference affects communication? Fear not. Weekly calls, regular planning sessions, and access to interactive comm channels do the trick.
Tools of the Trade
We select tools according to the project’s specifics and needs, not the other way round. Here you’ll find a few examples of our favorite productivity software.
Our basic real-time communication tool for the clients and the teams.
Every project has a dedicated private channel (chat room) to discuss all the issues related to our work. This way, your product info is secure and transparent at the same time.
The go-to project management platform.
There you can see what’s going on in your project, what happened in the past, and what the team is planning to do in the future. Here’s where you track sprints, check timelogs, and observe the progress in your project.
For every project, we grow a knowledge base kept in Confluence.
You can compare it to the Rochement projects’ Wikipedia. Here’s where we keep documentation, plans, retrospectives, memos, meeting minutes, and other know-how pieces essential for everyone to make sure the projects are running smoothly.
We utilize a selection of tools from Google.
To facilitate information sharing in different ways and formats, we also utilize a selection of tools from Google. The video calls are handled via Hangouts and the documents are shared in Drive – all in dedicated folders with accurate accessibility for 10Clouds and the client’s team.
This is where we share, comment, and discuss the designs in progress.
We love it for the simplicity it brings to collaboration between designers and non-designers by minimizing the possibility of confusion and misinterpretation.
The place to store, share, and send the code into the world by developers.
A global platform that enables teams to collaborate and present the effects of their work instantly, no matter what technology they work with.