Our company was founded in 2013 to help clients deliver great projects. We focus our work in the production of the project rather than planning and control. We are lean thinkers. Essentially, we provide project management solutions to companies.
In 2014, we realised that the market requires a solution that integrates company commitments and their solutions. That’s the reason we created Octopull.
I’m part of the project management team with a background in software engineering & business administration. My main role is developing and addressing business strategies.
An opportunity was identified by our team to integrate a mobile solution into our business plan. Also, we wanted to automate the control of projects and give that role to a bot.
We decided to give mobile solutions and the app development to a partner, Innofied, while we kept the brain and heart of our solution in-house.
Normally, we would have done this in-house; but with this opportunity, we realized that the Octopull team needed to focus on developing new bot features instead of working with mobile channels.
Innofied has a great and specialized team, and our lead developer could easily share information with them. The project went very well.
Octopull led us to an increase in the number of customers and revenue.
The only issue we had was related to properly defining project scope (but I think this is a common problem of software development projects). After the first release, we decided to improve communication between teams and tried to keep new requirements under control.