PoochPay – Staff Augmentation Case Studies

PoochPay hired.NET, Quick Sight, Python, AWS Developers for Staff Augmentation services.


PoochPay provides an invoicing solution to handle end-to-end invoice management for its clients. PoochPay’s mission is to liberate the team from paper-driven manual processes, so clients can reduce AP costs, keep vendors accountable and get a better understanding of the spends.


They needed a set of remote talent with capabilities of overhauling their software application development as well as building a strong backend system for managing the data on servers and processing it when needed. They also needed a senior data analytics person who can understand the data and help them make smarter development decisions as well as help them manage the invoice management software’s data.


Here are the technologies that Pooch Pay leveraged from Core Scale staff augmentation service to fill the talent gap and get their software applications and data visualization sorted in a year;

  • 3 .Net Developers
  • 2 Quick Sight Developers (1 Senior and 1 Junior level)
  • 2 Python Developers
  • 1 AWS Developer

These developers not only helped them sort out their ongoing pipeline but also released the bottleneck issues in the development pipeline to make sure that no other project of theirs was disturbed. The developers have been working with them for about 12 months now and PoochPay has been up-scaling and down-scaling the team based on their specific requirements.


8 dedicated remote developers augmented for 1 year delivering the promising invoice management solution and helping them visualize the data better.


Trevor Bruhn

CEO, PoochPay

We were very impressed with Core-Scale's team from the very first conversation, the level of discussion we had was amazing, they understood the project challenges quite well. The team experience, ideas, and efforts made our project a success. We highly recommend them.

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