Leveraging our Flexible Approach

Take advantage of our multiple engagement models and collaboration modes

Responding to the Unique Needs of our Clients

At Telliant, we know one size does not fit all. That’s why we provide you a variety of ways in which you can leverage our services. Whether you need to outsource the entire product development process, have a special new product to build and launch or just need an extra hand, we’re here to help you get your software products to market faster and with the highest quality.

Here’s how we work

We approach software development in two primary ways

Type of project and length of time our team works
with yours on your project.

How our respective teams collaborate
(and where they reside).

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Dedicated Team Model

Fixed
Bid Model

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Time & Material Model

Dedicated Team Model

  • Ideally suited for projects requiring a team to focus 100% on your product line over an extended period of time, such as ongoing product maintenance or support
  • Delivers predictable capacity to address your sometimes unpredictable needs
  • Develops in-house knowledge of your processes, products and customers
  • Extends your team’s resources and capacity
  • Billed monthly based on team size and skills

Fixed Bid Model

  • Ideal for projects where the scope of work has been clearly defined and milestones have been predetermined, such as product development,feature enhancements or proof-of-concepts
  • Ensures predictability in costs and outcomes
  • Ensures timelines are agreed upon up front and met throughout the project
  • Ensures client and Telliant are working toward the same project goals (e.g. scope, cost and duration)
  • Billed based on agreed upon milestones

Time & Materials Model

  • Ideal for projects where the scope of work is not yet fully defined and typically include product ideation. This includes new product development in green-field and quickly evolving markets, as well as large complicated projects with lots of variables.
  • Allows flexibility to expand, or contract, resources quickly as needed
  • Engages development resources in product strategy and design phases
  • Minimizes risk of misaligned investment
  • Billed monthly based on hours worked

Here’s how we work

We approach software development in two primary ways

Type of project and length of time our team works
with yours on your project.

How our respective teams collaborate
(and where they reside).

Dedicated Resource Model

  • Ideally suited for projects requiring a team of resources to focus 100% on your product line over an extended period of time, such as ongoing product maintenance or support
  • Delivers predictable capacity to address your sometimes unpredictable needs
  • Develops in-house knowledge of your processes, products and customers
  • Extends your team’s resources and capacity
  • Billed monthly based on team size and skills

Time & Materials Model

  • Ideal for projects where the scope of work is not yet fully defined and typically include product ideation. This includes new product development in green-field and quickly evolving markets, as well as large complicated projects with lots of variables.
  • Allows flexibility to expand, or contract, resources quickly as needed
  • Engages development resources in product strategy and design phases
  • Minimizes risk of misaligned investment
  • Billed monthly based on hours worked

Fixed Bid Model

  • Ideal for projects where the scope of work has been clearly defined and milestones have been predetermined, such as product development,feature enhancements or proof-of-concepts
  • Ensures predictability in costs and outcomes
  • Ensures timelines are agreed upon up front and met throughout the project
  • Ensures client and Telliant are working toward the same project goals (e.g. scope, cost and duration)
  • Billed based on agreed upon milestones

Collaboration Modes

Telliant’s flexibility extends into our ability to work in different collaboration modes with clients

Co-Located
Co-located

independent teams at a single site

Distributed
Distributed

independent teams at a
single site

Hub
Hub

majority co-located with
minority remote

Collaboration Modes
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