Teamwork doesn't just mean our side — it's about joining forces with the client's team and stakeholders. In this project, Rocketech closely collaborated with the client who took on the role of Product Owner. Driven by startup thinking together, we organized a fully synchronized working process.
With Scrum as the main project's methodology, 2-week sprints, and our agile approach, we successfully released the very first minimum viable product already a month from the project's onset. Three months later, and through a few interim releases, we had an extensive marketable product with complex features.
The Rocketech team:
During this project, we reached unmatched development speed and could deliver up to eight features per sprint. It allowed us to make an early market entry while the product didn't yet have direct competitors.
To reach that velocity, we successfully implemented a tailored approach combining a well-set, experienced team, hyper-detailed planning, and pre-developed modules.
The pre-developed modules allowed us to avoid reinventing the wheel while implementing standard functionality like the authorization/registration process or basic admin panel. Following this approach, we successfully optimized available resources and significantly cut development time.
Users create profiles for themselves, share information about their pets, and grant access to geolocation.
Users can see each other as they walk around the neighborhood in real time on the interactive live map.
The app allows users to add and accept friend requests, communicate with each other in a chat, and organize dog play dates.
Users collect digital bones located around the city while walking their dogs. Bones can be exchanged for exclusive offers via the LEV Marketplace or converted into LEV tokens.
Users can add community-verified, dog-friendly businesses to the map or easily find the nearest vet clinic or dog park.
Users constantly stay updated with all the neighborhood changes related to dog ownership and the LEV ecosystem.