Describe the project or task the provider helped with:
Kanda Software Development has provided many solutions for our queries related to coding. The support team of Kanda is very knowledgeable and they can easily solve our queries and within short span of time.
Support offered by the team is great and using their help we can easily create our own tools. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
What do you like best?
Best and the most promising thing about Kanda is the methodology used for solving our queries and the level of expertise they use. Most recommendable for software development and other issues relates to coding. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
What do you dislike?
As of now I haven't come across any such things from Kanda Software Development. They are good enough and more knowledgeable. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
Recommendations to others considering the provider:
Most impressive part about Kanda is that they are able to give the project which requires fast iterations, during its proof-of-concept stage, they proved to be very resourceful and were able to build tools and code, which got us to the goal of having a functional result. Once this was done, they knew the difference between hacking code in order to make a working product, versus making a scalable platform, which can be maintained with little technical depth. Many developers I've worked with don't know how to make this distinction. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
What problems are you solving with the provider? What benefits have you realized?
One of the things that I liked very much about Kanda Software, is that, as a non-tech person, collaborating wasn't such a struggle. There is a lot of miscommunication because of the different levels of understanding. Trying to convey ideas has often been difficult.But Kanda Software Development team is easily approachable and they are very good at their service. Hence it is very easy for me to resolve my problems easily and more efficiently. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.