Andela, the global talent network that helps businesses develop remote engineering teams, today reported that its global engineers played a vital role in enhancing customer key technology features Lessonly and move to a completely remote model Lessonly replicated the practices used with their Andela engineers based in Africa and migrated their local teams smoothly.
At the same time, Andela engineers fixed critical elements of the offering of Lessonly, including quest, UX, and helped launch new elements of the product.
“Andela has been the best vendor partnership we have. Nothing else gave as much benefit as that. The support is excellent, and as we move upmarket, Andela engineers have been vital to our product’s development,’ said Alec Remaly, product owner at Lessonly.
Like many technology companies, the move to an all-remote model created logistical challenges in 2020. We are so pleased that Andela engineers have been able to help with the transition by adding valuable productivity to development, but also by their expertise in working as a remote team,” said Wambui Kinya, VP Partner Engineering at Andela.
Lessonly is based in Indianapolis and has been competing for talent with many other local companies. It has become a major challenge to find reasonably priced engineers in a timely manner. Lessonly turned to Andela and found talented and skilled engineers who had invested in the success of the company. The Andela Engineering Team is committed to understanding and finding ways to improve the product.