We are a full stack develop solutions business enabling companies to join the mobile-connected environment quickly and efficiently.

We bring the most value to clients who do not have very detailed specs. In other words, those who need our help to gather some or all requirements. 

In addition, our Design Thinking workshops are a great fit to complex or hard-to-define projects, relying on interactive workshops with all stakeholders directed by trained staff. 

Our Nearshore team is located in South America; therefore, in the same time zone as the U.S. which is very helpful when interaction is required throughout the project for a successful outcome. 

No need to worry about communication. All our professionals speak fluent English and answer requests promptly!

Strategic

software

done right

first time around

CLIENTS

Nokia

Qualcomm

TIAA

WEG

 

DOT

Digital Group

 

Cambridge University

Imperium 

Markets

PROJECTS

Field Services iOS and Android App + Web

HR Ideal Candidate Selection - Data Analytics

HR Employee on-boarding

University Student Retention - Data Analytics

Stock Broker Web Portal

TECHNOLOGIES

Full Stack Web Development

Python/Django

Javascript/NodeJS

PHP/CodeIgniter

Wordpress

 

Front-end Web Development:

Angular

React

Bootstrap

 

Enterprise Development

.NET Framework

Java/Spring Boot

 

Mobile Development

Android

iOS (Swift e Objective C)

Hybrid (Xamarin, Ionic, Phonegap, etc)

 

Databases

MySQL
Postgress

SQL Server

Oracle

MongoDB

 

Cloud

AWS

Docker

Kubernetes

DESIGN THINKING

The best way to uncover real needs of a demand is with all stakeholders' participation.

 

Design Thinking is composed of the following phases:

  1. Empathize: This is a very interactive phase, sometimes using workshops to gather as much information needed.

  2. Define: Combine all information collected to define the real problem.

  3. Ideate: Create a range of creative solutions/ideas.

  4. Prototype: With a lot of user insight, create prototypes of the real solutions.

  5. Test: Let the users play with the prototypes until reaching a consensus.

Although most projects may not use Design Thinking, or a watered-down version of it, complex or hard-to-define projects may benefit from it.

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