Before we write a single line of code, we get to know your business
That way, everyone is set up for success
Build systems that provide great business value.
Create code that is simple, readable, and concise.
Don’t build features that aren’t needed now.
Don’t deliver work that is untested or undocumented.
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First things first.
Our sales process isn’t just about making the sale — it’s our first chance to get to know one another and ensure fit. (For us, fit is a matter of need: Size doesn’t matter to us, so long as you’re willing to let us learn about your organization and its processes.) You’ll speak with a senior developer as well as our business team, who together will recommend a clearly-priced initial consulting project — or, if we aren’t a good fit, another vendor or off-the-shelf product that we believe will be.
Plan the work, then work the plan.
Many software projects fail because there wasn’t a good enough understanding of the business problems that needed to be solved. That’s why we take the time to do a proper discovery, design & planning project (or audit of existing code). Our goal is to understand not only your aims but the technology and workflow you already have in place, what’s causing the biggest headaches, and what you’d like to achieve. When we’re done, we’ll have a clear plan of what needs to be built, and why, along with a precise budget and timeline, laid out in plainspoken language that you and your team can readily understand. We’ve found that this planning phase pays for itself by preventing false starts, wasted functionality, or extensive reworking of code.
Time to design, code, test, and get feedback.
We’re committed to building exactly what you need, and only what you need, with room to scale and grow when you’re ready. We do this by working to ensure that the same core team member involved in the planning phase also guides the building phase. We also use an iterative development process, which aims to produce working prototypes quickly so that users can see (and often use) the application as it’s being developed. This enables you to give us feedback and help direct the product’s development, making it maximally sensitive to your evolving needs — even if those were not clearly foreseen during the planning stage.
There’s only one constant – change.
There’s so much more to technological innovation these days than just “deploy and be done with it.” We want to make sure you get maximum value from your investment, next week, next year, and even into the next decade. That kind of support can take many forms:
Have questions about our overall process? Eager to begin your free, no-obligation consultation? Just want to brainstorm a bit? We’re game — simply fill out the form below.