OrNsoft Corporation

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Miami, Florida, USA
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Because of the variety of business needs that we offer solutions for, we provide custom pricing for each of our clients. This allows us to find the most desirable and mutually beneficial business relationship with our clients in accordance with unique financial situations, marketing campaigns, and other key business factors. Each of these core project models has its own purpose, benefits, and limitations.


The fixed price model is useful when working on projects with a short life cycle, where agility and quick response to market changes are not needed. The fixed nature of such projects leads to a number of benefits and limitations. One benefit is that the cost of the project is not subject to change. One limitation is that the scope of the project cannot change either.


The Dedicated Team model is the most popular solution for dynamic companies that constantly innovate and improve their products and services. It is very flexible, which makes it easy to bring to market quickly. One limitation to this pricing model is that it also requires a high level of communication and management.


The Time & Material model is a common way to cooperate on part-time projects. It is very advantageous for different types of projects between active development phases, though it has a number of limitations – one being that it is usually not possible to estimate the budget in advance, as it may change in the process of work.

We are constantly building and improving on our business processes with one main goal – to deliver technological solutions for our customers on time and on budget. To achieve this, we have adapted a number of well-known and proven project management methods, including Agile and UP.

OrNsoft always puts its clients and their specific needs first. This means that we do not use a “one size fits all” approach to any project. Most of the projects implemented are based on Agile methodologies like Scrum and Kanban, while others use more traditional iterative processes like UP (Unified Process).

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