Development of a virtual marketplace for renting commodities.
The goal was to connect users willing to rent out items they are not currently in need of. Any user can become the supplier, and the company would act as the market regulator. The software was built using Ruby on Rails.
The rental platform should be able to simultaneously unite users who can be a provider of services as well as a rental firm. Moreover, a payment service must be integrated into the platform while the development adheres to a strict deadline and budget.
Ruby on Rails was chosen as the leading technology for implementation, ideal for rapid prototyping startups. An experienced team of full-stack programmers was dedicated to the project, carrying out both development and testing duties. Technical expertise and excellent communication with the client resulted in a smooth development process.
Some of the technologies we used for the project.
The rental platform was successful, attracting investors and rapidly growing its user base. The project was finished within the set deadlines and did not cross the designated budget.
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