Engagement Models

We offer a set of engagement models to suit varying comfort levels and scenarios that helps us in providing long-term and consistent services to our clients. Our flexible engagement models ensure minimum risks with maximum gains.

Fixed Cost Model

Ideal engagement model when project requirements are clearly outlined. A certain fixed price is quoted at the outset and the whole project development is carried out within that pricing framework. Aspire’s fixed price model offers a low-risk option. This model guarantees on-time, on-budget delivery of projects. Deliverables, costs, and timelines are clearly defined in the beginning of this model. An impact analysis is done on the project schedules & costs for any change in scope at the later stage in the project execution, new schedules are defined and an additional cost is charged to the client at a prior agreed upon fixed hourly rate.

This engagement model suits the waterfall development methodology and offers guaranteed results within predefined cost & timeframes.

Time & Material Model

It is Ideal when project requirements are complex and where clients play a larger role in driving the project. When project scope, specifications and implementation plan is not easy to define at initial phase, Aspire’s Time and Material Model becomes an attractive option.

Under this model, the client pays as per the total number of man hours put in development efforts in stipulated timeframe and the project development strategy to be followed is defined working in tandem with client for end-to-end execution of the project. Our project management and reporting methods ensures determining exact hours spent on the project with full transparency.

If the initial time and material model determines exact scope and the project allows the scope to be frozen, it could be converted in to fixed price model.

This engagement model suits the agile development methodology and offers greater flexibility in terms of developing the project specification.

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