Our Journey Together

Every journey starts with the first step and at Geekseat we understand that for you, the stakes are high, and the road ahead can be daunting. Depending on the solution that is right for you, we like to follow one of the two following processes to ensure that we fully understand what your expectations and outcomes for your software development needs are. The more we understand, the better we can tailor our solutions to best suit your needs and requirements. Geekseat have successfully utilised this approach with many of our valued clients, delivering a level of success that has led to wonderful long-term client relationships and great software development outcomes.

Geekseat Professional Services Process


Your Idea

You present your idea. How itʼs going to work Business Process


We confirm we understand your idea & provide: High Level functional report Estimate to create the Scope Document.

Scope Document

We Create: A Scope Document - this is a detailed technical specifications document like the plans created by an Architect to build a home.



We provide: project Proposal Time & Cost Estimate Developer Agreement.


We setup the developer environments & Project Resourcing

Development Starts

Commence Development & Testing Daily Standup Meetings Weekly dashboard reports.

Sign Off:

App sign off

Final User Acceptance

Testing Sign-off

Go Live

Deployment of your application to your live site

Developer as a Service Process


Understanding your development team requirements. Including the tech stack you work with, the skill sets you require and the timing for provision of resources.


Once we understand your exact requirements, we will provide you with a quote and developer agreement.

Team Selection

Next we provide developer CVʼs for your review. Followed by online interviews for each team member. It is important that youʼre confident each team member will work well with your local team.


Once youʼve selected your team members and signed off on the developer agreement, we set a start date for the team to commence.