Distillery is an international full-service software design and development company based in Los Angeles, California. The company is also an award-winning mobile app developer that helps startups and enterprises to accelerate, scale and thrive. Distillery’s 100+ professionals balance engineering excellence with artistry to serve as a trusted partner providing services to CTOs, CIOs, CEOs, and VPs of Engineering worldwide. Distillery was even honored by being named in the Inc. 5000 in the current year of 2017 itself.
Andrey Kudievskiy — CEO of Distillery is tech-minded and business-focused, always coming up with new ideas to make business better. He plays a role in countless facets of the company, including providing strategic direction, building and maintaining client relationships, expanding the media footprint and providing specialized product development support. Also, he’s currently focused on continuing Distillery’s expansion in the US and international markets.
A software developer by profession and a leader by nature, Andrey was lucky enough to be mentored by and learn from some excellent leaders in his previous jobs, and brilliant enough to start his own successful business. Distillery today has an in-house engineering team of tech wizards and third-party vendors for non-engineering parts of the business such as accounting and content creation.
In 2016, this power-packed team has developed projects in the price range between $20,000 to $400,000. For co-sourced engineering resources, the company’s largest contract exceeded $1M. Approximately 90% of Distillery’s clients continue working with the company for a period beyond their initial engagement. Approximately 50% of clients return with new projects. With these revelations, it is not at all surprising for the company to be placed in the Top 10 Mobile App Development Companies in Los Angeles at GoodFirms.
According to Andrey, determining the time frame for a mobile app depends on the data you get at each app development stage and your ability to interpret that data in the right way. The CEO recommends adjusting your plans and goals rather than changing the estimate of the project. And when it comes to time allotment for developing the front-end and back-end of an application, it really depends on the app type — whether it’s ‘client-rich’ or ‘thin client’.
Read the whole interview at GoodFirms for a brief overview of the app types, as well as for Andrey’s detailed opinions on how to choose the best platform for a mobile application and the key factors that decide the cost of developing an application. What else? You can even learn about Distillery’s payment structure from the man in the frame himself!
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