We design and develop bespoke software solutions.

When off-the-shelf software cannot meet your business requirements, our custom software development expertise and business domain knowledge mean a world of difference.

Custom software development is at our core. We have more than 20 years of business experience and employ the very best developers, business analysts, project managers, designers and testers.

We've implemented solutions for clients ranging from one-person startups to Fortune 500 companies, and built secure, scalable and robust software systems.

From single user, standalone desktop and mobile apps to web systems spanning dozens of different clustered resources, our system architects will design the optimal solution addressing your business requirements.

You can start small and scale the team as your business grows.

Mono office team members
We provide self-sufficient and higly motivated teams that are engaged during complete product lifecycle with transparent and full control over the development process.
Development process

Gathering the requirements

We will work with you to blueprint a system that can be built efficiently to meet your needs. The idea is to help you define a minimal viable product—the first usable form of your application.

Use cases, user stories, wireframing

Your requirements are broken into small parts known as "user stories." Each story describes a small piece of work needed to achieve results. Alternatively, we can use other techniques such as use cases and wireframes to quickly capture the “who”, “what” and “why” of a future product. This is where we start to get a sense of the amount of work involved.

Estimates and costs

The time and price estimate for your new application is based on estimates for each unit of work as defined in a previous step. Summing it all up gives us the estimated completion date. Requirements can be added or changed at any time.

Creating a backlog

Before development starts, all user stories are added to the product backlog - a list of requirements for a product. Features, bug fixes, all the things needed to successfully deliver a viable product.

Defining sprints

A sprint (or iteration) is the basic unit of development. It usually lasts for a week or two and aims to implement a fixed number of backlog items. The goal of each sprint is to have a system that is integrated and potentially shippable.


At the end of a sprint, the team reviews the sprint to articulate lessons learned and check progress. A new set of backlog items is chosen for the next sprint, and the work continues until the product is ready for the market.


This process increases the quality of the final product, copes with changes, provides better estimates without spending too much time on them, and allows you to be more in control of the project schedule and state.
Our work gets praises from clients all over the world.
Our services cover the complete software product lifecycle, from business analysis, UX/UI design and development to quality assurance and support.
Our pricing plans are straightforward and provides great value for your money.
Our work is completely transparent. You are continuously updated about the status of the development and have full control. You will have access to timesheets detailing every second spent on the project.
Our teams are self-sufficient and do not have to be micromanaged.
We support several models of collaboration with our clients, including team extension - where our experts augment your teams; and dedicated development team model - where we handle the complete project.
Our tech stack
Microsoft .NET
Amazon AWS
Microsoft Azure

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