Technical innovation drives successful engagements, and those engagements inform the work we do. We are technologists, visual designers, business strategists, and above all, innovators. We have spent more than a decade creating leading-edge digital solutions and use that experience to create a unified, elegant solution that meets your strategies and puts your users first.

Solutions Strategy

Whether you need help with a technology solution to break bottlenecks, want to reach customers via mobile ads, or would like to bring your web-based services to customers’ iPhones, iPads and Android devices, you start with a strategy. We help you create one that takes your challenges, opportunities, resources, users, and competition into account—and keeps you flexible enough to address change.

User Experience

User Experience is the full measurement of our human participation with technology. To this end, it’s our job as user experience design professionals to understand users’ needs, simplify complexity and offer them the ideal user experience across devices. Our User Experience practice encompasses the breadth of UX disciplines, from user research and testing through visual design, interaction design, and prototyping.


Known as an industry leader in technology services, our technology solutions power the experiences that engage customers across systems, platforms and devices. We’ve solved some of the toughest challenges, creating game-changing web and mobile applications, powerful enterprise portals and transforming legacy technologies into profitable productivity centers.

Delivery Management

Delivery Management orchestrates how all our practices work together—and how we work with clients. Our Delivery Managers are senior professionals that get involved in every step of every project we do, ensuring clear communication, advocating cross-practice innovation, and deftly managing your project with skills gained in account management, business analysis and quality assurance.


We deliver deep digital solutions that meet your business goals, from better customer experience to improved efficiencies and even new revenue streams. While we have expertise in four practice areas, there are no silos here—many of our UX team members are technologists, our developers have a high regard for the value of design, and all our team members deliver against your business strategy.

Technologies We Use

  • “angular”

    Developed by Google, AngularJS is an industry-leading framework for building JavaScript web applications.

  • “No”de

    NodeJS is a platform for developing fast network applications that easily scale as needed. Applications are written in Javascript, allowing developers to leverage a skill set they already possess to develop powerful applications that live outside of the browser.

  • HTML5

    HTML5 is a Web development language, organized by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) community. Unlike older versions of HTML, HTML5 is designed to do more things, including media playback, without the need for processor-intensive add-ons or plug-ins. HTML5 also adds new interactivity features, like drag-and-drop, as well as offline storage for Web apps.

  • Backbone JS

    Backbone is a framework for developing HTML5 applications by providing an implementation of the MVC pattern.

  • Javascript MVC

    JavaScript MVC is an amalgamation of CanJS, StealJS, FuncUnit, and Document JS. Together these help developers quickly build maintainable and testable applications. .

  • “Bootstrap”

    Developed by Twitter, Bootstrap is a framework for developing responsive web applications. It also includes common components that share a common design language and are, by nature, responsive as well.

  • “Foundation”

    A product of Zurb, Foundation is also a responsive framework for developing web applications. It has it’s own customized components and is easily extensible.

  • “Sencha”

    Sencha provides HTML5-based app development tools and services for building universal apps that run on any device. It is composed of both ExtJS for desktop development and Sencha Touch for mobile development.

  • D3.js

    D3.js is a JavaScript library for creating rich interactive charting, data-visualization, and manipulating documents based on data.

  • “iOS”

    iOS is the platform for developing native apps that are deployed to Apple devices, including iPads, iPhones, and Apple TV.

  • “PhoneGap”

    Phonegap is a tool for packaging web applications for either iOS or Android. It’s power is in that it lowers the barrier to entry of developing mobile applications and allows developers to leverage existing skill sets.

  • “Java”

    Java is a technology that allows software designed and written just once for an idealized “virtual machine” to run on a variety of real computers, including Windows PCs, Macs, and Unix computers.

  • Spring

    Spring is the most popular application development platform for enterprise Java. Millions of developers use Spring to create high performing, easily testable, scalable, reusable code without any lock-in.

  • “Android”

    The Android platform is an open-source software stack which delivers a complete set of software for mobile devices: an operating system, middleware and key mobile applications. It is licensed under one of the most progressive open-source licenses available giving operators and manufacturers unprecedented freedom to design, build and distribute their own products.

  • “Oracle

    Oracle Database is a high-end, enterprise class data management solution. It runs on most Windows, Linux, and Unix systems and offers a high-level of security and detailed management tools.

  • “MySQL”

    MySQL is the world's most popular open source database software. With its superior speed, reliability, and ease of use, MySQL eliminates the major problems associated with downtime, maintenance and administration for modern, online applications.

  • “MongoDB”

    MongoDB is an open-source, document-based, NoSQL datastore. It is a high-speed, low-latency datastore that can quickly scale horizontally to allow for real-time access to data. Compared to traditional databases, it is easier to learn and helps increase developer agility and reduce development costs.

  • “Microsoft.NET”

    The .NET framework is the platform for developing applications across the entire Windows family of products. It enables developers to create complete solutions across multiple devices as well as the services that are needed to power them.

  • “Microsoft

    Microsoft SQL server is a database platform that enables developers to build high-availability, big data solutions using high-performance architecture. The platform allows developers to build the basis for data warehousing, business intelligence, and data analytics applications all on the same platform.

  • “Adobe

    Adobe Experience Manager helps you organize and manage the delivery of creative assets and other content across your digital marketing channels, including web, mobile, email, social media, and video.

  • “Wordpress”

    WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. There are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform sites into almost anything.

  • “Amazon

    AWS is a set of on-demand IT resources that are hosted in multiple datacenters around the world. AWS allows developers to focus on their applications, not operations. It’s pay-as-you go pricing model also makes it attractive to both small businesses and Fortune 50 enterprises.

  • “Hadoop”

    Apache Hadoop is the open-source standard for distributed computing. It can scale from one server to thousands by relying on software-based clustering. This allows processes like analytics and large data operations to run faster and more efficiently than they would on single servers.

  • “Knockout”

    Knockout is a JavaScript library that enables developers to create rich, responsive user interfaces with a clean underlying data model. Knockout helps developers implement user interfaces with dynamically changing data quickly and easily.

  • “PHP”

    PHP is a server-side scripting language designed for web development but also used as a general-purpose programming language. PHP code can be simply mixed with HTML code, or it can be used in combination with various templating engines and web frameworks.

  • “Flex”

    Apache Flex, formerly Adobe Flex, is a software development kit (SDK) for the development and deployment of cross-platform rich Internet applications based on the Adobe Flash platform.

  • “ColdFusion”

    ColdFusion is a commercial rapid web application development platform from Adobe. Originally designed as a way to connect HTML pages to a database, it has flourished into a full-fledged web application platform interconnecting diverse technologies such as .NET, Java, SMS, various databases, and MS Exchange.

  • “Adobe

    Adobe AIR, is a cross-platform run-time system for building Rich Internet Applications that can be run as desktop applications or on mobile devices. It is programmed using either Adobe Flash, Apache Flex, or HTML and Javascript.

  • “jQuery”

    jQuery is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. It is, by far, the most widely-used JavaScript framework. It features on at least 60% of the top 10,000 most visited websites on the Internet.

  • “React

    Developed by Facebook, React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It's declarative, efficient, and extremely flexible. What's more, it works with the libraries and frameworks that developers already know.

  • “Groovy”

    Groovy is an object-oriented programming language for the Java platform. It is a dynamic language with features similar to those of Python, Ruby, Perl, and Smalltalk. Due to the fact that Groovy code does not require all the elements of traditional Java code, it can be smaller and more compact than Java code.