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Our Values

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01

Remain focused

We’re not an ‘integrated’, ‘full service’, or ‘digital’ agency - or simply put, a ‘jack of all trades’.

Many companies will try to upsell additional services such as SEO, media planning or a thousand other things to their clients. That’s just not us.

We focus solely on designing & building great post-PC software. It’s what we do best.

02

Build apps and software people love to use

We aren’t content with building software that is merely useful or good.

We want to build the best products that our customers (and their customers) will love and rave about. We want our passion and skill for technology to be reflected in every project we work on.

03

Turn customers into fans

We constantly strive to exceed all expectations. For us, customer service isn’t an afterthought - it’s a core part of our business.

Our commitment to exceptional customer service is just one of the factors that gives us an edge in this highly competitive industry.

04

People are our greatest assets

Although our business is building software, we believe that our people are our most valuable intellectual property.

We believe that if you create a great working environment for people and empower them with the right tools, great products and service will be the natural outcome.

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Our Team

Without a great team, we don’t have a business. We constantly thrive to instill and maintain a culture that encourages people to do the best work they can while shunning politics and the typical bulls**t that permeates the corporate world.

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6 locations worldwide - Newcastle, London, Boston, Austin, Copenhagen, India

insight

Technology based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been helping transform a diverse set of industries, with large conglomerates like Apple, Google, Samsung, Fidelity, RBS, and IBM having already shown interest in it. Amazon has likewise launched an AI-based speaker, the Echo, which connects to the cloud and responds to voice commands on everything from managing to-do lists to playing one's favourite songs.

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Towards the end of January, 2017, Google acquired the developer platform, Fabric, the idea being that the combined business would help mobile teams build better apps, better understand their users and ultimately grow their companies. Included was a set of developer tools called fastlane, created through an open source project, which were already being used by thousands of development teams to automate both the building and the release of iPhone and Android apps.

Free Whitepaper

We envisage that VR will influence a wide range of fields, from medicine to military, education to entertainment, health to homes… The list goes on.

This white paper deals in depth with VR’s offering, its varied application across diverse fields, its market potential, the factors that will drive its growth and the potential challenges along the way. Topics include:

  • Drivers contributing to the growth of VR
  • How do the numbers stack?

  • Challenges for VR ahead
  • The Way forward

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