Peer reviewing

Projects from start to finish.

Leveraging agile methodologies, design thinking and strong technical skills, we’ll give you tremendous flexibility with experienced teams that meet all requirements – just the way you need them.

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    Discovery

    An analysis that yields a wide knowledge of the stakeholders, business processes and industry practices in place.

    This can be the starting point of the project. We can also help customers determine what requirements to put down in an RFP or what the specific business and technological needs are.

    Next phase:

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    Reinvention

    With a known scope, we look into product and service design, user experience fundamentals and other implementation strategies.

    Which technologies to use? Out of all these needs, which should come first and which should wait? We map out the entire vision, and split the map into chunks you can manage and implement.

    Next phase:

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    Integration

    The magic happens. Integration is also implementation. When lower level decisions and details are sorted, the project is deployed and everything shifts into operation mode.

    The circle is now complete, and we’re ready to tackle next phases, support existing systems, and generally make people happy.

    Next phase:


We want to be your best project experience ever.

We’re crazy about working in close proximity with you, questioning ideas, problems, requirements, and constantly refining plans and approaches, ensuring the end result is every bit as good as the vision!

Daily meetings, development sprints, pair programming, retrospectives, peer reviewing and other Agile practices are part of our daily life. You’ll have as much visibility of what’s happening with the project, as you want or need.

We see projects to the end, and don’t leave until everything is up and running. Informal atmospheres, teamwork and collaboration don’t imply success, but make it so much easier to achieve. 

Project meeting

Sounds interesting...

But what exactly do we do?

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