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Everything you need to know about TechVariable’s healthcare software development expertise as well as its engagement models.
  1. Healthcare Domain expertise: TechVariable has a deep understanding of the US Healthcare industry and the unique technicalities that it entails.
  2. Technical proficiency: TechVariable has a proven track record of delivering high-quality software solutions and have expertise in the latest technologies and best practices related to healthcare software development.
  3. Flexibility and adaptability: TechVariable has a flexible and adaptable approach to accommodate the frequent changes that often happen in Healthcare projects with the evolving needs of patients, providers, payors. Sometimes it also comes down to regulatory requirements.
  4. Regulatory compliance: TechVariable has demonstrable experience as far as compliance with regulations such as HIPAA, GDPR or HITECH is concerned.
  5. Strong project management processes: TechVariable has robust project management processes in place to ensure that the project is delivered on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.
  6. Customer-focused approach: TechVariable is dedicated to understanding the needs of its customers and delivering solutions that meet their specific requirements.
  7. References and case studies: TechVariable can provide references and case studies from previous as well as incumbent clients which will clearly demonstrate its experience and success in developing critical healthcare software.

No, we cater to clients from a wide range of industries, but our focus currently lies in the Healthcare industry since we have deep domain expertise and a proven track record of delivering high-quality solutions to our clients in this sector.
Our case studies are a testament to the fact that we have expertise in handling projects from any industries.

Our software project evaluation process is a comprehensive series of steps designed to provide you with accurate cost and timeline projections for your project. This process involves:
  1. Gathering and assessing the initial project requirements.
  2. Conducting a preliminary cost and timeline estimate. If this estimate is acceptable to you as the client, we will proceed to sign necessary agreements, including an NDA, and move forward with diving deep into the project.
  3. Undertaking a discovery phase, which is a continuous process that helps us provide you with an updated and accurate project information.
  4. Designing the user experience and user interface.
  5. Conducting a final evaluation to determine the final cost and timeline projections.
  6. Continuing with the project or revisiting the contract based on the final evaluation results.
It is important to note the following though:
i) The costs associated with the discovery and UX/UI design phases are already factored into our preliminary estimate.
ii) If the final projections are deemed too high, we can work with you to simplify certain features or adopt a less scalable solution.
iii) Additionally, if the estimated cost of software development proves to be an issue, you have the option of using the results of the discovery and design phases in the form of prototypes to secure funding from angel investors or VCs.

At TechVariable, we believe in establishing a clear and secure agreement with our clients before beginning any project. This agreement outlines the fact that the technology developed for our client is the sole property of the client and cannot be reused or shared by TechVariable. Our team of developers is also bound by a separate agreement with the company which prohibits them from removing the source code from the office premises or using it for any other client projects. This ensures that the confidentiality and proprietary nature of our clients’ projects are upheld at all times.

At TechVariable, we prioritize our clients and offer two main engagement models for software development. These models include:
Dedicated Development Team/Staff Augmentation Model- Under this engagement model, businesses have the opportunity to work with a hand-picked dedicated team with specialized skills and experience for a prolonged period of time. The team is carefully selected to ensure a suitable match of skills and experience.
Fixed Price Model- Under this engagement model, both the client and the service provider agree on a set budget and timeline to meet specific, short-term goals and objectives.

At the beginning of the process, your point of contact will be one of our sales representatives, Isaac or Deepsikha (in some cases its one of our co-founders as well).
Once the project is underway, your primary point of contact will be your project manager, either Dristi or Ankita. However, feel free to reach out to any member of our team at any time during the project.

  1. Product solutioning: Ensure that the technology you choose aligns with the problem you’re trying to solve.
  2. Project scope: Consider the size of the project and whether advanced technologies and frameworks are necessary.
  3. Time to market: The faster you can get your product to market, the more competitive you’ll be.
  4. Scalability: Make sure the technology stack you choose is capable of scaling with your growing business needs.
  5. Security: Make sure that the technology stack you choose has strong security measures in place to protect sensitive data.
Typically we get into a maintenance and post-delivery support agreement with our client to make sure that we know exactly what’s the intended scope of work while maintaining the product. Maintenance and post-delivery support for software development involve various tasks and activities to ensure the smooth functioning and continued success of the software product. This typically includes:
  1. Monitoring and fixing bugs: Regularly monitoring the software for any issues or bugs and fixing them promptly.
  2. Updating and upgrading software: Keeping the software up-to-date with the latest features, security patches, and performance enhancements.
  3. User support: Providing technical support to users and addressing their queries and concerns in a timely manner.
  4. Data backup and recovery: Regularly backing up data to prevent data loss and having a plan for data recovery in case of any unexpected failures.
  5. Maintenance of documentation: Maintaining up-to-date documentation, including user manuals and technical specifications, to help users and developers understand the software better.
  6. Continuous improvement: Continuously analyzing and improving the software based on user feedback and performance metrics to ensure it meets the evolving needs of its users.
To verify your product idea before building the whole product, you can consider the following steps:
  1. Conduct market research: Research the market to understand the demand for your product, your target audience, and your competition. This will help you validate the viability of your idea.
  2. Conduct user research: Talk to potential users to gather feedback on your product idea. This will give you a better understanding of what they need, what they like and dislike, and what they’re willing to pay for.
  3. Create a minimum viable product (MVP): Develop a bare-bones version of your product that includes only the essential features. This will allow you to test your idea quickly and inexpensively, and get feedback from users.
  4. Test and iterate: Launch your MVP and gather feedback from users. Use this feedback to refine and improve your product. Repeat this process until you have a product that meets the needs of your target audience.
  5. Build the full product: Once you have validated your idea, you can build the full product with confidence, knowing that there is a market for it.
By following these steps, you can reduce the risk of building a product that does not meet the needs of your target audience and increase the chances of success.

Absolutely, our team at TechVariable possesses the required expertise and proficiency. Our team is well-versed in various technologies and would conduct a comprehensive analysis of the software project initiated by a prior software vendor or your in-house team. Our experts will then formulate a plan of action and carry on with the development work.

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