Why Hire Us?

Experienced builders of digital products, SaaS applications, enterprise platforms, microservices, APIs, websites, and software solutions.

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Subject matter experts

Our SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) have a strong pedigree. 

Experienced experts in front-end, back-end, UX/UI, systems architecture, cloud, AWS, fintech, automotive, e-commerce, app development, and more.

We’ve worked for Google, Apple, JPMorgan Chase, Beats by Dre, Visa, Acura, Honda, Coca-Cola, UPS, Nike, and many of the top Fortune 500 companies. 

We bring our skillsets to work for you!

UX / UI Design Systems

User Experience and User Interface design are at the core of our scaleable solutions stack.

Solidifying the core human-computer interface visual architecture harmonizes the ability for humans to rapidly grasp, navigate, and interact with digital systems. to quickly and easily solve problems.

Check out: Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines >

UX/UI system design allows your business to rapidly deploy updates at scale and quickly adjust to changing markets and consumer needs.

Time-to-Market

We understand that timing is of the essence when it comes to meeting business needs. Alignment with market initiatives, product roll-outs, events, target dates, budgets,…and more. That is why we’re upfront about feasible dates and timing.

Collaboration across disciplines helps us achieve rapid workflow, client reviews, cross-platform deployments and positive outcomes.

Based on your project, we will suggest the appropriate team size which can include frontend/backend developers, UX/UI designers, software engineers, project managers, quality assurance, SMEs (subject matter experts) and other key individuals.

 

Rapid prototyping

Our team often utilizes rapid prototyping solutions to premptively validate user experience. This also provides our clients with a high-fidelity solution prior to development sprints which often assist in internal stakeholder feedback. This also mitigates against potential overages because testing and approvals occur prior to full-fledged development and deployment.

Prototypes also enable brand alignment with other marketing vendors, advertising agency or product teams. This provides a detailed visual architecture for software developers to finalize deployment ready, clean code.

On-shore / Off-shore

Our globally distributed teams are able to sequence their workflow to achieve scale. When we take on demanding challenges we assess methods of working to meet your needs. Our subject matter experts live around the world in various time zones.

Former Google, Apple & Fintech

Our team of digital product builders have worked for Google, Apple, JP. Morgan Chase, Visa/CyberSource, Beats by Dre, UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Acura/Honda, and several other Fortune 500 companies.

We bring 20+ years of industry expertise, best practices, speed,scaleable solutions, industry knowledge, and dedication to solve your business needs.

Agile / Waterfall / Lean / Hybrid

Different methodologies for different solutions.

Waterfall project methodology is a model in which every stage of a product’s life cycle takes place in sequence. The progress flows steadily downwards through these phases like a waterfall.

Agile software development methodology is the model that proposes a sequential, linear and iterative approach.

Lean Software Development (LSD) is an agile framework based on optimizing development time and resources, eliminating waste, and ultimately delivering only what the product needs. The Lean approach is also often referred to as the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) strategy, in which a team releases a bare-minimum version of its product to the market, learns from users what they like, don’t like and want to be added, and then iterates based on this feedback.

Strengths:

  • Streamlined approach allows more functionality to be delivered in less time
  • Eliminates unnecessary activity, and as a result can reduce costs
  • Empowers the development team to make decisions, which can also boost morale

Weaknesses:

  • Heavily depends on the team involved
  • Depends on strong documentation
Deciding what you need

An important aspect of deciding how to structure your technology needs comes from assessing your near-term goals and long-term goals. 

Considerations:

  • What do you need the software to accomplish?
  • How will the software benefit your business operations?
  • Is the software consumer facing, internal facing, or both?
  • What’s your timeline? (when does software need to go-live, how long will it last, etc)
  • Do you have internal software teams who will eventually manage the software?
  • How familiar is your company with managing software?

Ask us!

We will tell you how to best assess your needs…even if that means you hire someone else.

How to estimate project size

All software builds are different.

During our initial meeting we will discuss the scope of your project and suggest solutions to meet your desired outcomes as well as timeline and budget.

Establishing a clear, transparent working model is imperative to meeting your software needs and achieving goals.

T-shirt sizing:
One of the methods used in agile software development is known as ‘T-shirt sizing’. This concept gathers inputs from key stakeholders, software developers, project managers and CRUX (creative and user experience) teams in order to assess an approximate time/bandwidth estimate.

From here we can choose to increase speed by adding to the team, reduce outputs to meet budget concerns or allow more time for approvals.

This provides greater transparency as well as a flexible working model to meet your needs.

How to get started

Getting started is easy.

First contact:
When contacting us simply let us know your industry, company/organization name, contact info, and the desired service you’re interested in. As well as, if you need software built new or enhance existing applications?

Estimating:
When estimating these are a few bits of information to provide:

  1. Timeline
  2. Your Key Stakeholders (for approvals)
  3. Desired OKRs (Objectives & Key Results)
  4. Budget (Annual, Quarterly, or Project)

Onboarding:
When starting, we will setup a file share folder and request:

  1. Your brand guidelines
  2. Approved assets (logos, fonts, images, graphics, videos, etc)
  3. System access/requirements  (CMS, cloud computing provider, database preferences, hosting services provider, API specs, programming language, etc.)
  4. Approval process
  5. Meeting cadence
  6. Timeline
  7. …and, other critical information.

Sprints:
Agile software development uses sprints to coordinate and deploy. In this process, we collaborate on selecting a list of priorities and implement software releases based on team structure, client needs, budget, dates, and user feedback.

This allows you to decide how fast you want to build based on your organization’s considerations.