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We know things change, that's why we plan for it.
Richard has delivered software projects to government agencies, blue chip customers, medium-sized enterprises and startups: including Capita/Gas Safe Register, Gemserv/Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), and the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments (CISI).
Jack creates innovative user experiences by applying design thinking to find simple solutions to complex problems. He is a user experience consultant, and product designer, with over 10 years of experience creating digital products. UX Certified by NNGroup.
Phuong brings over 18 years of experience in software development services. Phuong has undertaken leadership roles in software development, delivery and technical support for a wide range of industries and corporations including Sharp, NTT, Alcatel-Lucent, Nortel, Toshiba, and GBST.
Software development is a team sport, and we recruit and retain the best talent by providing salaries above market rates, regular team building exercises, training programs, and well-managed software projects.
If you have an idea for a product but are unsure how to get started we can help you bring it to life with a working prototype that you can put in front of your potential users. By creating a prototype first we save on costly development costs.
Often the best ideas fall short because the concept was not presented well to investors and senior management. We can work with you to understand your proposition and present it in a way that is engaging and highlights its true value.
We don't just ship a product and then watch it sail off into the sunset. We help our clients monitor their users' behavior to learn how the product is being used and where the best opportunities for growth are. This takes the guesswork out of building "nice to have" features and instead focuses on measurable results.
We have taken over the development of a number of projects for reasons including communication issues, code quality, and commercial difficulties. In most cases, we can be up and running in a week and can start making updates to the code, and in parallel, we do a full code assessment to see where the dead bodies are buried.