Tim has nearly 20 years of experience and has been trusted by a roster of giants such as IMAX, LegalZoom, and Google. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more qualified UX lead.
Max has been programming since 1996, and has been a full-time CTO since 2014. With over a decade of consulting experience and a client list including Disney, IBM, and DirecTV he has hands-on experience solving some of the most interesting and challenging of today's technical problems.
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No. We're 100% US-based with offices in Beverly Hills, California and Sparks, Nevada.
Don't worry — we can work with people and companies of all credit scores. We understand that startups don't have a credit history yet and entrepreneurs have to take risks and we're willing to take a few risks of our own. Schedule a call and we'll work out a plan that works for your needs.
Standard payment terms are 20% down followed by 36 equal monthly payments. There's never a penalty for pre-payment. If you need more time or would like to reduce your down payment give us a call — there are options available for most contingencies.
We don't compete by offering the lowest prices — we provide a premium service at a fair price. However, by allowing you to get started with as little as 20% down you may find it much more affordable than comparable services that require full payment by project completion.
Yes. Our team is experienced in working with existing codebases and adding new features, optimizing, or refactoring as necessary.
We don't provide one directly but we can help you work with our friends at Spectrum Capital Pros to secure a nothing-down loan to cover the down payment. Their requirements are a bit stricter than ours and they will run a no-cost credit check, but your credit doesn't have to be perfect to qualify. Give us a call and we'll help you navigate the process.
No. Personal guarantees are not required for any of our financing deals at this time. Your down payment is your credit.
Unfortunately this ends up being a bad deal for us. If we're financing the development costs in exchange for a portion of the equity then we might as well simply build the project for ourselves and keep all the equity. Instead, requiring a cash component keeps our interests aligned by giving us incentive to work for you instead of for ourselves.
Your down payment is your credit. There's no proof of income or bank statements required at this time. Once work has finished you may use the site and its data for any legal purpose including making a profit, but ownership of the site does not transfer to you until it is paid-for in full. This minimizes our risk since a finished site can still be sold to a third party should you cease making payments for an extended period of time. I don't think anybody wants that, though!
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