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pricing philosophy

Agile pricing that scales with your needs

Companies of all shapes and sizes rely on devfair to manage their software development process. We believe in fair, transparent pricing and giving power back to the customer to control their development spend. devfair pricing works like this.

base monthly plan +devfair credits +developer rates

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Everything you need to build and maintain, all in

When building software, new monthly fees and license costs can come out of nowhere and break your budget. With devfair, we include our entire toolset in the base plan, so there are no gotchas.
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Agile project management system

Agile project management system

 
Manage all of your project's assets

Manage all of your project's assets

 
Payments and contracts all handled

Payments and contracts all handled

 
Budget planning tools

Budget planning tools

 

Pay-as-you-go.

Credits are a pay-as-you-go approach for your software development. You only pay for the development resources you need, for as long as you need them and without any long-term commitments. Pay for the credits you consume, and once you stop, there are no additional costs or fees.

Working

Bigger project, better value

With credits, you get volume based discounts as your resource usage increases. So if you decide to scale up resources in your project or take on a more ambitious project, you pay less per credit used. We're interested in being your software's home for life, no money grabs.

Building

Included credits.

Our base monthly plan includes 30 credits. This means for those smaller jobs like maintenance and tweaks you pay nothing extra besides the developer's own rate.

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How developer rates work

We get it. How do you know if a developer's rate is justified and fair? No one wants to overpay. That's why we separate our pricing from our independent developer's rates, and conduct regular reviews of their rate comparing it against these 4 categories:
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Market demand

Market demand

Skill relevancy

Skill relevancy

Experience level

Experience level

Proficiency

Proficiency