The Client operates in the European asset management industry, helping asset managers achieve higher efficiency in their product management processes and reduce costs associated with the production of regulatory and statutory documents such as UCITS KIID (Key Investor Information Document) and PRIIPs KID (Key Information Document), financial factsheets and other marketing documents, prospectuses, articles of incorporation or application forms.
The Client faced a challenge of assembling a team of developers in Luxembourg. With rigorous deadlines, the Client decided to outsource product development of one of the application modules to a team abroad.
We had to implement the business logic of the Client’s design drafts. The information within the application had to be presented in a predictable and coherent way.
Our developers had to prepare the infrastructure for an environment running on the Client’s Kubernetes cluster and conduct integration with a 3rd party API.
We set on track to create a progressive web application that would reflect the delivered design drafts.
The quality assurance and testing team monitored and coordinated the quality by evaluating the processes and procedures during every sprint.
Facing a strict deadline to deliver the project, the Product Manager didn’t have sufficient time to build a development team internally. The Client thus decided to outsource the project of building the web and mobile applications. Assembling a full team quickly was a critical requirement.
The Client was also looking for a partner located in the same time zone, allowing for a maximum of 1-2 hours’ difference.
The product had to be developed according to the Client’s design draft and in line with strict requirements on user experience (features orchestration and clear information architecture).
The backend team prepared the infrastructure for an environment running on the Client’s Kubernetes cluster, conducted integration with a 3rd party API, implemented required features, and ran tests.
The front-end team created a web application based on Angular 8 and Storybook implementing a business logic from the Client’s design drafts. The team worked on proper information hierarchy to make sure that information was presented in a predictable and coherent way.
They also managed to implement feature orchestration that was emphasized by the Client – all features were built around user stories. The team had to make sure users can easily understand functionalities and achieve their goals within the application fast. This was critical for product adoption later, and, as a result, for the product’s success in general.
The mobile team created a progressive web application – a reflection of the delivered design draft. The application was performed in Angular, the stack proposed by Neoteric as the best solution for this business case.
The team conducted tests before new product versions were launched to ensure that the software runs smoothly and meets the Client’s acceptance criteria. The team investigated and identified bugs in new systems to later resolve them and increase the product’s quality.
We assembled 4 teams of specialists for the project. Those teams built the second product module – both web and mobile applications for asset managers.
We built the product module in line with the best practices of product design, implementing the vision of the Client and ensuring the best user experience within the application.
During product execution, our development team maintained close communication with the Product Owner from the Client’s side and achieved a high level of autonomy and project ownership, thus making it easier for the Product Owner to oversee the process.