Announcing Development as a Utility

We've been in the software industry for a long time and one issue that comes up time and again is that our customers want a way to have development services on call but don't want to commit to doing a full continuous project. We have a solution: we call it “Development as a Utility”. Think of it like the tap water that comes out of your sink; you need it, you turn it on and are charged based on that usage. Most months, your water bill is low and just takes care of the normal day to day water needs: showers, cooking, etc. However, there might be a month when you want to fill up a pool or wash your car, using more water than the average month.

So now you're thinking, “Why can't I just call my developers when I need to fill the metaphorical pool?” The problem is most dev shops won't do much without a pre-planned spec and minimum hour requirement of at least 200 hours. Also, most developers worth working with don't have a lot of open bandwidth and may not be able to immediately meet your changing and unexpected needs. We've fixed that.

Our new service allows you to book us on retainer for your day to day development needs, then scale right up when you need something a little more intense. Minimum commitments start as low as 20 hours per month and anything is purely pay per use, keeping you in control of costs and ensuring you are getting the maximum value for your business needs while guaranteeing that we have bandwidth available for all of your development and support needs. If you're interested in learning more about this offering, simply fill out the contact form on this page and we'll be in touch in twenty-four hours or less.