Reasons to choose fixed-price contracts
Your project is straightforward, and you want the pricing to be simple as well.
You have a clearly defined scope of tasks that you have to take care of reliably.
Your project has a strict budget that will probably stay the same in the future.
You want to avoid potential price spikes resulting from future changes in the market.
You need a precisely-defined process and predictable delivery.
The project scope will not change throughout its duration.
Migration from legacy software to Oracle Exadata and Netezza
Maxima utilized its mixed onshore/offshore delivery model to securely migrate a financial company’s legacy systems to Oracle Exadata and Netezza and improve its performance.
How does collaborating with Maxima look like?
Meeting with the team
RFP (Request for proposal)
Meetings and improvements
The biggest perks of fixed-price contracts
Fixed rates give you the ability to predict costs and allow for more precise planning.
A strict budget is easier to maintain if you know how much a service will cost months in the future.
You're safe from any sudden changes in the market for as long as the contract lasts.
A clearly defined scope of work means everyone involved knows what they are responsible for and what deliverables you expect.