I know we have got good consistent performance from MetaLamp. Thanks for that. I also like how Sergey Cherepanov has a way to find good talent, train them for deep skills and then include them in the project.
I have worked with various contractors and MetaLamp is one of the best ones. It applies not only to the quality of the performance (though junior developers worked on our project) but to the management and organizational matters as well. We alreadу had an internal team, and when the folks joined, they immediately found a common language with other developers and the designer, participated in all stand-ups and all. As a result, we’ve successfully completed project testing before handing it over to the client and met the deadline. I think the best feedback would be that I involved guys in three new projects without any doubts.
Our joint work started when we planned to employ frontend developers. Since there were multiple project tasks and pressing deadlines, we decided to work with contractors for a couple of months. But it turned out that instead of 2 months we’ve been fruitfully working together for more than a year. The reason for that became the high-quality specialists and a comfortable interaction format. We work according to the Time & Materials model, so in the pandemic realities, there is actually no difference between internal and external staff members. Colleagues allow us to manage human resources flexibly. If necessary, we can connect additional people or switch them to other projects when the load has decreased. Apart from a single team lead position, we stopped looking for front-end developers as we’re planning to continue working with the MetaLamp team.
Over a long cooperation period, MetaLamp developers and managers have proved themselves to be a team of deep-thinking and high-performance specialists. We can entrust guys with complex tasks and be sure that an excellent result will be received on time. We’re glad to be partners with MetaLamp and are planning to deepen the cooperation further.