Why Hire An Agency?
Ready to hire an in-house developer?
Here’s why we could be the better choice…
The economy is erratic. During uncertain times, it's hard to take on the risk of an employee. If you need to downsize or terminate the position, you'll need to follow federal/state regulations and make unemployment insurance payments for months.
When you hire us, that risk goes away. With month-to-month terms available, you can move forward with growth plans knowing your risk is clearly defined. If things don't work out, it's easy to part ways.
Avoid paperwork that'll distract from your core business. Withholding taxes, payroll, workers compensation insurance, unemployment insurance, background checks, office space, computer maintenance, and employment eligibility verification are just a few things you'll need to address.
When you hire us, the only paperwork is the initial engagement letter. It's that simple.
Team Of Experts
When you hire a single person, you'll get someone who is great with one or two things but only somewhat knowledgeable in others.
You also get someone who makes sense for today's project. What happens tomorrow when you need to use different technologies? Do you hire another person? Do you spend more money on training?
When you hire us, you flexibility with access to all of our experts. Your tasks gets assigned to the expert with the experience to handle it best.
Have you ever updated your website and realized days later that your checkout page broke? Or maybe the lead generation tool stopped working.
It's hard to manually test the entire site after each deployment. That's why we use automated testing for all of our clients.
Each time we update the site, we run a suite of automated tests to ensure all pages and forms continue to work as they should.
With us, you're not just hiring a strong developer team, you're also hiring a project manager who will help ensure your success.
We'll discuss your project scope, goals, expectations, timeline, and priorities to build out the tasks and timeline for completion.
You'll follow its progress with clear communication, so you'll be confident the project is on-track.
Library of Code
Over the years of building websites, we've noticed that many projects have the same core requirements. Maybe 30% of the code from one project to another could be redundant.
To make our development more efficient, we've built a suite of libraries and templates that saves time and money.
And being efficient isn't just about completing a project faster, it's also about having a lower potential for bugs.