We work with a range of clients to build digital products from scratch.
From day 1 start-ups to large corporations. We build digital products that solve problems and scale.
See some of our most recent projects below.
BeerTech is a Small Business that provides technology to service the pub industry.
They had an existing .Net application that was needed updating.
They approached us to rebuild the application using Flutter.
Document Direct is a company that transcribes meetings and appointments for lawyers, doctors and other professionals.
They had an outdated application on the apple and play stores, built using .Net code.
Apple were threatening to remove it from the stores so they approached us to rebuild it using newer tech. We built it using Flutter.
Upshift is Series D start-up that helps organisations find employees at scale.
They approached us to build an internal tool that delivered standard HR functions for their teams, i.e. vacation timetables, feedback systems and career progress maps.
They had an initial timeline of 2 months, we delivered it in 3 weeks.
Planit helps clients ranging from Nestlé to 10 Downing Street plan their events.
Planit approached us to create a bespoke software, that helped with the planning process and helped event organisers find suppliers.
The software would initially used internally and once perfected to be expanded to be sold as a software that other event planners could use.
The Kusp places creatives from diverse backgrounds into film studios.
We built a marketplace app that allows film studios to search for and approach the talent themselves.
The web platform displays the creatives, host a job board for open positions and an admin dashboard for The Kusp team.
The Coates Group provides construction companies with equipment to rent i.e. diggers, cranes.
The industry still heavily uses carbon paper for forms, invoices and phone calls for appointments.
They approached us to build a custom internal tool to automate these processes.
Changing your name in the United States is difficult. It involves numerous forms and the process is unclear.
Namesake approached us to build a platform that took users information and filled the forms for them.
We built and launched it in Massachusetts initially.