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Produced By Deuce
4.6
from 22 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 34 hires on Thumbtack
Zach S.
Verified review

We're in the "spec the project out" phase. Robert does a great job of communicating clearly. I'm looking forward to our getting this done. Expect to update to 5 stars.

Knoxville Internet
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 22 years in business
  • 9 hires on Thumbtack
Heather S.
Verified review

Kevin worked with my organization to revamp our website, metrodrug.org. He understood our needs in depth, working closely with me to make sure the site was just right. In the end, not only did our site look 100% better, but the behind-the-scenes functionality was improved. Kevin and his team are always quick and responsive to any website issues we experience. I would highly recommend them for their great design work and excellent customer service.

PartialData
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 5 years in business
Ray P.
Verified review

Very motivated and skilled developer and systems engineer. I worked with Ryan at a newspaper company. While working Ryan excelled at his job and was eager to help out his peers.

2:45Tech
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 4 years in business
Robert H.
Verified review

I had a rush job that another developer dropped the ball on. We were under deadline and had to get our site fixed before a major trade show. After speaking with three other developers who would not take over work started by somebody else, 245 tech took the job and got it done. I'm very happy and will be sending all my future development work to them.

Agilibility
5.0
from 1 review
  • 6 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Ann A.
Verified review

Agilibility and Daniel are the very best in the region at what they do. They are my go-to for a massive range of tech needs that I have pretty often, and are incredibly knowledgeable and sweet at helping with everything. There isn't really room for improvement, they are just fantastic!

bluShift Technologies
5.0
from 1 review
    Pamela L.
    Verified review

    Pete installed computer upgrades (new graphics card and power supply) on my son's gaming desktop; also provided information and insight into the best choices for the upgrades. Service was quick, professional and friendly. Would definitely recommend him to others needing computer assistance!

    Vaxxe Interactive

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      About

      We are a total technology company that focuses on networking, PC support, and application development.

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      WebFactory Knoxville

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        About

        We create beautiful software, applications and websites. We specialize in mobile and web applications and offer a full line of internet marketing services.

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        How do I find a good app developer?

        A good app developer can help you if your company wants to build a new mobile app for customers but you don’t have an IT or development team on staff. First, decide whether you want an app made for the iPhone or Android phones or both, then start your search by finding an app developer with expertise in your chosen platform. Ask for samples of their work, such as code samples, that can be tested on open source repository sites like GitLab and GitHub. You can also interview firms that specialize in mobile app development for small companies or startups; they should be able to offer examples of different types of apps they’ve built, and are likely to have expertise in a range of technologies and platforms. Before you sign a contract, make sure to ask prospective app developers these questions:

        • What other apps have you developed? Make sure the apps in their portfolio reflect the type of work you want to have done for your company. It’s especially helpful if they understand your industry.
        • What technology and development services do you offer? Ideally, an app developer will conduct a business analysis, develop the app, perform quality testing and make sure the launch is successful.

        Will you maintain the app after it’s launched? Releasing an app is only the beginning. You’ll need someone to maintain it too, releasing updates and fixing bugs.

        Who builds apps?

        Apps are usually built by software developers who specialize in mobile software. They may be experts in just one mobile software development language or know several, and may have expertise in front-end or back-end web development. No matter what kind of phone or tablet you carry, there are hundreds of apps for it — and new ones seem to be added to the app stores every day. Before you hire an app developer, it’s important to have specific goals for your app and a clear idea of its purpose. When your company is ready to build an app, you can hire a freelance app developer or work with an app development company that can also support the app after it’s launched. It’s important to know whether you’ll need the developer to provide ongoing maintenance and support or if your internal IT team can maintain it after its launch.

        How much does it cost to hire an app developer?

        Software development is a serious investment for any company, costing thousands of dollars for even basic apps. It’s tough to estimate costs because there are so many variables to each project: user requirements, feature set, complexity, size, etc. Mobile apps can cost from $20,000 to more than $100,000, depending on what you need the app to do. The average national cost of an app developer is $237.50 per hour, but prices vary widely depending on location, type of app, features, and much, much more.

        To get a sense of what hiring an app developer might cost, decide first what kind of software you need. In general, app developers charge hourly fees based on the language they’ll use to code the software. Freelancers cost less than large software development firms, typically charging an average of:

        • Basic C development: $75-$150 per hour.
        • Front-end web development: $50-$75 per hour.
        • Back-end web development: $75-$150 per hour.
        • API development: $75-$150 per hour.
        • Desktop app development: $30-$100 per hour.
        • Mobile app development: $30-$150 per hour.

        Larger software vendors charge much more, often as much as $300 to $400 per hour.

         

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