Work with us
We’d love to help you grow…
Whether you’re a SaaS business on the cusp of investment, an agency focused more on front-end delivery than the technical intricacies of the back-end, or an SME that quickly needs to make better use of software, systems and processes to reach your full potential, we thrive when working in collaboration.
What is a technical partner?
This is a big question to answer as no two projects are ever the same. From the method of engagement to the expertise required, things will take shape differently depending on the brief, objectives and likely duration of the relationship.
Some clients spend £50,000, others invest £1m. Some seek our support for seven years whereas others need a comparatively short burst of input.
All, however, are results focused. They want to grow and need our help to do it. So, in short, we’re here to supercharge your technical skill sets.
Our services include:
- Technological research and development
- Security analysis and planning
- Software design and build
- System support and maintenance
- Special projects
- Integration projects
- Provision of technical infrastructure
- Regular reporting
Meet the people who make this happen…
I think what makes us a valued technical partner is that all our colleagues are senior professionals – experts in their respective roles. So clients benefit from advanced skill sets from day one – we don’t have to parachute a more experienced team member in if something in the project goes amiss, because it’s managed effectively by the best possible people we have, in the first place.
Head of Development
In preparing for your next phase of growth, it’s important to think about the type of technical partner you want to work with. Are you looking for a technically astute team employing the industry’s ‘elite’ when it comes to formal accreditations and certifications? A vibrant team bold enough to push boundaries and tread into bleeding-edge innovation territory? Or a highly principled team who will treat your brief as far more than ‘a job’?
What if we could tick all three boxes?