What We Do


We help businesses run better. We just happen to use the Internet to do it. You know an app or web site will help you reach customers. You know desktop applications help you manage your operations. We know that building your technology solutions on a common platform, with a face to the external world and a face to your company, means you can instantly present the most up-to-date information to your clients and literally run your business from anywhere.

How We Do It

We listen. It starts with you sharing your ideal state. Customers ordering more easily. Sales people being fed more leads. Competition being left in the dust.

We learn. No one knows your business better than you. Once you share your goals, we help you assess your current operations to eliminate barriers and get you where you need to be in the fewest steps.

We lead. We help you brainstorm how technology can get you to that state. Do you need just a site or a full mobile app to engage customers? Are you leveraging the most up-to-date business data to drive decisions?

Imagine if you kept inventory, pricing and product descriptions in a custom database on your server instead of a static spreadsheet. You could enter information from home or an airport just as easily as at your desk at work. And as soon as you did, that information could be live in your app or on your website, presenting the most accurate information to your customers and increasing sales of existing products. That’s just one example of how we do what we do, and it’s one of the most valuable.

Why It Works

We are technology agnostic. Constantly adding new tools and learning new ways to do things, we'll use whatever mix of technology fits your need best, whether it's Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, OS/2, Responsive Design, HTML5, CSS3, LESS, JavaScript, .NET, C#, Visual Basic, VBScript, C++, C, Java, PHP, ColdFusion, Ruby, Node.js, Cordova, Ionic, jQuery, jQuery Mobile, AngularJS, Knockout, WordPress, Twitter Bootstrap, Xcode, Visual Studio, Intel XDK, Android Studio, Eclipse, SQL Server, MySQL, SQLite, Git, Visual SourceSafe, Vault, Subversion, Mercurial, Agile/Scrum, Fisheye, Jenkins, AJAX, XML, JSON, SOAP/REST, Web Services, Photoshop, Illustrator