Ireland's leading team of mobile app developers

Tapadoo is Ireland's leading team of mobile app developers. We eat, sleep and drink mobile apps.

Tapadoo Limited was set up in 2009, shortly after the release of the iPhone SDK and App Store by Apple.

Our sole focus is mobile app development, making us the leading contender in Ireland for developing mobile apps. 

Tapadoo offers a complete mobile app development service; from brainstorming and wireframing, to delivering a pixel-perfect finished product. We take your app from idea stage, through to development and finally to launch on the app store.

If you are looking for a complete mobile strategy consultation, a full-stack solutions app and backend development services with ongoing maintenance and support then we can help.

We have experience in Fintech, Telecommunications, Medtech and Pharmacy and work with local and national government agencies. Our customers are in Ireland, UK, US, and Canada.

Get in touch and we can discuss your app idea.

 

 
$10,000+
 
$100 - $149 / hr
 
10 - 49
 Founded
2009
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Dublin, Ireland
headquarters

Portfolio

Key clients: 

Our key clients include Bio-Medical Research Ltd, MedApp Limited, Orreco, Irish Sports Council, Toyota, PrePayPower, Realex Banking, Samsung, Payzone, CMC and DHL

DHL Enterprise App

Our client, DHL, wanted an enterprise app that would make it quick and easy for customers to send their parcels worldwide.

DHL has drop-in centres where people bring their parcels to be couriered worldwide. At each centre, the customer verbally advised the DHL agent of the shipment details, such as destination and contents. These details are input into the DHL online system by the DHL agent to generate the shipment

paperwork.

The drawback with this process was that it was slow, particularly around validation of address data being communicated to the DHL agent. DHL engaged us to come up with a technical solution to this issue. We worked together to create a self-service solution that integrated with the agent shipping application. 

We developed an iPad app that is mounted on a counter in each drop-in centre. The app allows customers to type the destination address and pick the package size. It then auto-submits to the DHL shipment system. This self-service solution allows the process to be quick, easy and eliminates transcription problems.  

The app has been so successful that we developed a similar concept for the Guinness Storehouse. This had an immediate effect on sales.  Within two months of installing the kiosk, DHL reported sales growth of 60%. A figure that has held year on year.

Slendertone Connect App by Bio Medical Research Ltd

Our client, Bio-Medial Research Ltd, wanted an app to allow their customers to track their toning progress and help motivate them to achieve better results with their Slendertone products. 

While utility apps usually focus on providing the fastest and most efficient route to accomplishing a task, the aim with Slendertone Connect was to create an app that was fun and enticing. We wanted to create an app that

Slendertone users would want to use. Core to this was making it simple and enjoyable to control a toning session.

With the use of a novel sliding mechanism, toning stimulation can be easily increased or decreased while also displaying key information about the toning session. Designed to further the user’s motivation, the app beautifully conveys a users’ progress with simple graphics and fun animations.

Slendertone Connect makes use of the latest Bluetooth wireless technology to communicate with the Slendertone ab-toning belt. It syncs information to Slendertone’s online portal allowing users to view their progress online.

Safety was a key priority throughout the development of Slendertone Connect. As a regulated medical device, Slendertone Connect had to be carefully documented, developed and tested to rigorous standards. Slendertone Connect was granted full approval by the Food and Drug Administration in the USA.   

Toyota FaceItDown App

Use of mobile phones while driving is a big problem on Irish roads. Too many people still drive while on their phone to take a call, text, snap a selfie, update their social media channels or check an email.

As part of Toyota’s brand promise ‘Built for a Better World’, they developed the Toyota FaceItDown app with the aim of changing driver behaviour and improving road safety for everyone. In partnership with the Road

Safety Authority, FBD Insurance, and Circle K, Toyota is rewarding drivers for putting their phone face down when driving. Drivers can redeem the points they earned for their journey in the form of a €50 reduction on their car insurance with FBD Insurance or a complimentary hot drink at Circle K stores nationwide. The app is available to all drivers, not just Toyota owners. 

The Toyota FaceItDown app started off as a cross-platform app using React Native. We implemented some native code on both Android and iOS to fulfill certain requirements. 

The FaceItDown API is a service that processes requests sent by the mobile applications and the administration dashboard. It is a Node.js service that uses RethinkDB for data storage and retrieval. The administration is a React web app.

The app has had over 50k downloads in a 12 month period, with over nine million distraction free journeys carried out so far. FaceItDown has received a lot of coverage in the media including RTE, RSA, Irish Mirror, Independent and Marketing Magazine.

PrePayPower

Our client, PrePayPower, wanted an app that made it easier for their customers to top-up their PrePayPower meter without having to leave the house or go online.

What began originally as topping up and checking balances app, expanded into more helpful features for the user such as Auto Top Up, graphs, spending and usage data, wireless top-up and topping up over Bluetooth Low Energy.

The focus of the

PrePayPower design was to allow customers to see their account balance at a glance and to top-up their account with zero friction. The app allows the user to add a payment method, which can be used to top-up the account whenever the user chooses.

The user can also set up Auto Top-Up. When the user’s balance falls beneath a desired threshold, their balance is automatically topped up by a selected amount. Adding this feature meant that the user wouldn’t have to check their balance throughout the day while ensuring their home is never without power. 

We also needed to support customers with older meters that could not be topped up wirelessly. We added multiple helpful and accessibility features, such as using voice synthesis, so the user could input their power-code without needing to look at the app.

We integrated this app with an existing system. Working alongside the technical team at PrePayPower we utilised prior web services APIs. We also made use of Google Tag Manager for user-facing text in the app, as well as some logic behind the scenes, such as dynamic FAQ segments. 

Payzone

Payzone wanted an app that makes it easy and convenient for customers to pay for on-street parking, so the Parking Tag app was developed.

The aim was to grow the existing user base and to give users another option to pay for parking without the hassle of loose change or queuing at meters. Once a user has registered, they are immediately ready to park. A subtle but important feature, was to provide users with the

option to extend their parking without needing to return to their car. No more rushing back to feed the meter if they are running late or caught up in an important engagement that went on longer than expected. Other features include; view recent transactions, prepay parking and adding vehicles to the account.

We wanted to give users complete control over parking through their mobile phone. The convenience of this service is that once registered, users can pay for parking at the touch of a button.

We built the Parking Tag app natively for iOS and Android using Objective-C and Java. The app takes advantage of the location and mapping capabilities of mobile devices. It has been developed to aid the user to quickly and correctly find parking zones. It communicates securely with the Parking Tag platform to get the correct quote for parking and to purchase parking.

The app remembers when parking expires, has the option to send an SMS reminder and makes it easy to pay again remotely. It also allows users to manage their Parking Tag account, vehicles, and payment options.

MedApp Limited

Many people suffer from hay fever, so our client, MedApp Limited, wanted to develop an app that would help sufferers avoid a trip to the physician by giving them interactive and useful insights into how to treat hay fever.

We worked with a specialist medical imaging company to get the highest quality 3D renderings of the nasal and chest areas. The app contains 5 main sections:

  1. An interactive 3D model
showing the effects of hay fever on the sufferer. The user can interact with the 3D model and explore each section in detail. They can view a demonstration of the effects of hay fever on a particular area and understand how it may affect them.
  • An in-app store, which allows the user to purchase hay fever related medical products.
  • A symptom tracker provides the user with a short questionnaire which is used to understand their symptoms for that day and how it affects them. From here they can see a graph showing a historical view of their overall symptoms. Based on the score of the questionnaire, a recommended treatment is provided along with some tips to give the user some information on how they can help to reduce their symptoms.
  • A map showing the user pollen levels throughout Ireland and the UK.
  • An information section to give the user information on various self-help and diet tips along with some treatments available to help them with alleviating the effects of their hay fever symptoms.
  • Realex

    Our client, Realex Banking, wanted an app for business and personal customers to set up multiple digital accounts in both sterling and euro, enabling bank transfers to/from any bank account in the UK or Eurozone. 

    We designed the app from the ground up. All wireframing and graphic design were carried out by the Tapadoo design team. The app design was very distinct. Its aim was to make banking more accessible and

    easy to transfer money from person to person. It focused on making money transfers friendly and approachable by using a more human perspective. This included using profile imagery and making financial terminology simpler and more conversational. 

    We created a native app for Android and iOS, which integrated with Realex’s banking back end. The app was developed with its key features in mind; allow users to lodge and withdraw funds, create a circle of people to send and receive payments and operate multiple accounts with no transaction fees for personal accounts. The features of the Realex app include:

    1. Send a payment instantly to any Irish or UK mobile number.
    2. Manage how much personal information you share each time you pay.
    3. Request payment from other users, including sending group requests.
    4. Open up to three Euro and three Sterling accounts.
    5. Receive lodgements from any bank account and withdraw to your own accounts.
    6. Get notified immediately of all activity on your account.
    7. Link it to your phonebook for fast access to your contacts.

    Coal Marketing Company

    Our client, the Coal Marketing Company, wanted an enterprise app that would equip their staff with real-time data in order to make the coal marketing process more efficient.

    Apps generally give users an overview of information rather than a lot of data. This is the most suitable way to show complicated data to a wider audience. However, this wasn’t the case for the CMC app. The CMC app was being used by staff who were

    familiar with the data and the process. They needed as much information as possible to make an informed decision within their role. Our task was to provide this level of data in a way that was useful, easy to understand and navigate. 

    This enterprise app was developed with the user in mind. The user was on the road frequently and needed to access the data without being connected to the internet. So mobility was a big factor in its development. The app needed to create its own charts and perform its own data analysis, without relying on a remote server to generate images or reports. The app would also use a lot of storage and processing power.

    With this in mind, we developed the CMC app as a native iPad app. A big factor in this decision, is that the app could take advantage of the storage and processing power of an iPad. The iPad allows for a copy of all the data to be stored securely. The result was a fully functioning enterprise app that is fast and responsive, regardless of connectivity.

    Orreco

    Orreco has extensive research into the performance of women athletes and how this varies throughout their menstrual cycle. They wanted to provide athletes with personalised advise around nutrition and exercise tailored to their individual cycle.

    As women’s cycles vary, designing for the average woman would diminish the app and exclude women with less regular cycles. To best accommodate varying cycles and be as

    inclusionary as possible, we allowed for a wide range of personalisation in our calculations. This included such things as cycle length, period length, and date of period. This ensures that the information the app provides is as personalised and as accurate as possible for a wide range of users.

    FitrWoman was developed for iOS using Swift. The strategy that best suited our clients was to update the app quickly, without having to release a new version each time to the app store. We previously used Google Tag Manager for this (GTM), as it allows the text in an app to be updated in real time. As GTM was deprecated for this use, we use Firebase instead for this functionality. Firebase allows for quick iterations and offline functionality. It also provides crash reporting and analytics. This means we can respond to any emerging issues and keep users happy.

    FitrWoman has won the iTAG Digital Product Award 2018. It has also been featured widely in the media; CNN, Forbes, the Irish Times and Independent.

    Samsung

    Our client wanted an app to help runners prepare for the yearly Samsung Night Run. They wanted the app to focus on the running routes trainers could take and to track their progress.

    Most running apps provide a vast amount of data and can sometimes be off-putting. The aim of the Samsung Night Run app was to focus on the most essential information runners needed to help them achieve their training goals.

    The

    app focused on training routes runners could take, tracked their performance and provided tips to enhance their training. Extra functionality was provided closer to race day.

    The app achieved its goal of not overloading users with too much data. It is ideal for beginners to advanced runners and for anyone wanting to just focus on their running and performance, without the hassle of having to update other features.

    Samsung Night Run is an Android app, written in Java, that uses the phones location and mapping capabilities to record the users running sessions. It integrates with the existing Night Run website, MapMyRun.

    The app provides information on a number of local runs, as well as being a full GPS based running tracker. It was developed to work on its own without needing to store or share data online. Users can start a session and GPS coordinates are stored on the device by the app as they run.

    Irish Sports Council

    The Irish Sports Council wanted to launch an iPhone app that allowed Irish sports people access the Eirpharm Drugs in Sport database, to see if a drug was banned. Its aim was to help users see if their medicine will result in an anti-doping violation. It needed to allow users to get that information instantly.

    To make the app quick and easy, we allowed for medicines to be looked up by name or ailment. The user

    could then see if the medicine has a band substance under the anti-doping rules.

    The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) issues a list of prohibited substances that are allowed in and out of competition. The list also indicates substances that are banned in certain sports. The Eirpharm Medicines in Sports Database covers prescription and non-prescription medicinal products marketed in Ireland and is updated in line with WADA.

    The Medication Checker App allows users check both their prescribed and over the counter medication against the WADA list through the Eirpharm Drugs in Sport database. This app was developed in Objective-C for iOS and in Java for Android. 

    The app has a number of useful features including the ability to email a search result, save the search result in the app history and re-check medications in saved history against the current database listings.

     

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    Mobile App Dev for Energy Company

    “Tapadoo is one of our best partnership engagements for software programming.”    

    Quality: 
    5.0
    Schedule: 
    5.0
    Cost: 
    4.0
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    $50,000 to $199,999
     
    2014 - Ongoing
    Project summary: 

    Tapadoo developed a mobile app to serve as a payment portal for customers to prepay bills and monitor energy usage. Regulation-compliant integrations enable secure account deposits via credit card. 

    The Reviewer
     
    51-200 Employees
     
    Ireland
    Mark Ennis
    PrePayPower
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    Tapadoo swiftly produced a mobile app that has consistently accrued impressive performance metrics since it launched. A high volume of downloads and active users demonstrates customer satisfaction with the product. Thoughtful discussions with the expert team generated innovative solutions. 

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    I’ve engaged with Tapadoo in my roles at companies in the payment and energy space. Currently, I manage a roughly 15- person in-house technical team and various outsourced developers. My responsibilities include tying each aspect of our company together and handling business operations including infrastructure.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with Tapadoo?

    Our business challenge was multifold. Our customers typically top up their prepaid energy accounts every week. Since this is just one of their many routine chores, we wanted to create an automated process that felt effortless and straightforward to preempt any potential difficulties. 

    At the time, our payment mechanism was only available online through our desktop site, which required logging in via a browser. Web-based credit card payments make it inherently more challenging to build a seamless user journey, especially from a compliance and security standards perspective. 

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    Tapadoo developed a mobile app to serve as our seamless new payment solution.  Customers can download the app their phones to easily monitor energy usage or make prepayments. 

    Making the website mobile responsive was less of a priority.  Primarily, we wanted to enable customers to manage their accounts from their sofa. 

    The team used Objective C and Swift to code the iOS version of our app and wrote the Android aspects in Java, which are the standard programming languages for these platforms. 

    What is the team composition? 

    The team included the CEO, project managers, and designers. We talked to a total of 4–5 people from Tapadoo, including some of the developers. 

    How did you come to work with Tapadoo?

    I first came across Tapadoo many years ago through my colleague’s referral. They were one of the few mobile app development companies available in the Republic of Ireland at the time. 

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We began working together in 2014. As the primary vendor who manages our apps, Tapadoo is still working for us all the time.  

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

    We measured many performance metrics to assess the mobile apps Tapadoo developed for us, including the number of downloads, active users, and crash statistics. Our company has over 200,000 customers and maintains a very open channel of communication, so we always quickly hear about any problems if they occur.

    Based on all these metrics, our customers enjoy the product and use it continuously. We've gotten very positive feedback about the added features Tapadoo helped us build. They produced the precise application that our end customers need, which is ultimately the most important success for us.

    How did Tapadoo perform from a project management standpoint?

    Tapadoo’s project manager was very skilled. We work with up to seven different outsourced development companies for various areas simultaneously, and they've always been one of the easiest to work with. 

    Tapadoo always delivers on time and puts the customer first. They react quickly to requirement changes. 

    There are a huge variety of ways in which working with other vendors has been difficult or ineffective. Tapadoo is one of our best partnership engagements for software programming.

    What did you find most impressive about them?

    A genuine desire to understand what the client wants to achieve makes Tapadoo stand out from the competition. 

    Unlike many developers who only do what you explicitly request, they encourage us to consider why.  Our discussions have often ended up with better solutions than we’d originally thought of ourselves.

    Are there any areas they could improve?

    No, nothing comes to mind. We have a very good engagement. I guess Tapadoo could consider new ways to engage in innovation with their clients on the commercial front, but that would be very time-consuming. They're open to the idea of setting aside a budget for this kind of discussions. 

    Do you have any advice for potential customers?

    Approach the engagement with an open mind for both app-based and web development projects. Every client tends to think they know what they need in the end, but being flexible can add value. Tapadoo is very experienced. They know what works and what does not in the mobile space. There's value to be gained by taking their advice rather than sticking to your preconceived ideas. 

    5.0
    Overall Score
    • 5.0 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
    • 4.0 Cost
      Value / within estimates
      Ireland isn't the cheapest place in the world to get software developed, but the quality they provided made their services very valuable.
    • 5.0 Quality
      Service & deliverables
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer
      I have already recommended them in the past.

    Development for an International Parcel Service

    “They were on time, on budget, and delivered exactly what they said they would.”

    Quality: 
    5.0
    Schedule: 
    4.5
    Cost: 
    4.5
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    $10,000 to $49,999
     
    Dec. 2014 - Present
    Project summary: 

    Tapadoo provided software development services, building a solution to manage a self-service logistics process. They developed an iOS app that captures data on the frontend to integrate with the backend system.

    The Reviewer
     
    10,001+ Employees
     
    Ireland
    Manager, International Parcel Service
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    The finished software met the requirements perfectly, offering a solution that saw year-on-year growth of 60% after deployment with one customer. The team provided excellent ideas and suggestions throughout the project, demonstrating their hands-on, dedicated management style.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    We’re an international express logistics provider delivering parcels from any country in the world, to any country. I’m the head of the electronic shipping solutions team and the customer integration management team, handling anything that’s considered customer-facing IT.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with Tapadoo?

    We were looking to create a self-service kiosk for customers who wanted to expand in the retail world. If they wanted to offer shipping services in their own retail environments, their customers could buy the product and express-ship it through us.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    They developed a software solution that allows customers to visit self-service kiosks, enter their delivery details, and get a tracking number and receipt to send their shipments with us. There’s an iOS app for physically printing labels, which captures the data on the frontend and integrates it with our backend systems to create a label after the event.

    The previous system we had in place was quite slow, so replacing it with an automated digital solution aligns with our global strategy for removing manual label processes. From our perspective, we no longer wanted to receive manual labels, but it was the only convenient method our customers could use.

    What is the team composition?

    I worked with Dermot (Founder, Tapadoo), some of their sales members, and the IT team—around 3–4 people in total. My team worked with them as well. I was present for the initial conversations and served as project manager.

    How did you come to work with Tapadoo?

    We heard about them as a new, upcoming software company based in Dublin, but we went through a typical process and decided to select them. Their interest in our project set them apart for us. For them, it wasn’t just a matter of converting our ideas into solutions, but of them contributing to our ideas, giving their thoughts and opinions. It served us well throughout the project.

    How much have you invested with them?

    We spent €25,000 (approximately $28,500).

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We worked with Tapadoo in 2014. The project didn’t run for too long, but we’ve done occasional updates since then.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

    We deployed the solution with one customer and saw a growth of 60% year-on-year. The platform offered a more convenient way to utilize our service.

    Tapadoo assigned us people who paid a lot of attention to getting the project right and doing things perfectly. They were approachable and easy to work with, which contributed to the success. They were always there to support us when we needed them, including after the project finished.

    How did Tapadoo perform from a project management standpoint?

    They were hands-on, involved, and structured, giving us wireframes and a storyboard of how they saw the project evolving. We went from ideas to a proof of concept, and their wireframes really helped us. They were on time, on budget, and delivered exactly what they said they would. There was great value in them showing us what their vision was prior to actually creating it as we knew what we were going to get.

    What did you find most impressive about them?

    They’re very involved and easy to deal with, and always there when we need them. They’ve worked hard and paid a lot of interest in the detail of what we're trying to achieve, which differentiates them from other providers. Their opinion on what should be done on the project was also very important for us, and they handled it well.

    Are there any areas they could improve?

    No, I can't name anything. They should continue to maintain close relationships with their customers.

    Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?

    Go ahead and hire them.

    5.0
    Overall Score
    • 4.5 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
    • 4.5 Cost
      Value / within estimates
    • 5.0 Quality
      Service & deliverables
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer

    Development for Medical Device Company

    “They’ve gone out of their way to make sure our engagement has been successful.”

    Quality: 
    4.5
    Schedule: 
    5.0
    Cost: 
    4.0
    Willing to refer: 
    5.0
    The Project
     
    $200,000 to $999,999
     
    Jan. 2015 - Ongoing
    Project summary: 

    Tapadoo took over mobile app dev when the previous partner didn’t meet expectations. They built an iOS and Android app that controls a medical device product and implemented a database to track customer usage.

    The Reviewer
     
    51-200 Employees
     
    Ireland
    Tom Neill
    IT Director, Bio Medical Research LTD
     
    Verified
    The Review
    Feedback summary: 

    Tapadoo is more expensive than other firms, but the price is worth it. They do high-quality work that has few bugs. The team is knowledgeable and dedicated to the project’s success, utilizing a transparent and effective workflow. Internal and external testers have given the app positive reviews.

    A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

    BACKGROUND

    Introduce your business and what you do there.

    I’m the IT director for Bio Medical Research LTD, a medical company that works in the electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) space. We have a few different products that are globally marketed.

    OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

    What challenge were you trying to address with Tapadoo?

    Our products were controlled by a handheld device that was plugged into the belt, but it began to look old-fashioned, so we needed a partner to develop a mobile app to control the product. We’d originally found a different partner, but they weren’t able to meet our needs, so we began looking again.

    SOLUTION

    What was the scope of their involvement?

    Tapadoo built the mobile app for iOS and Android, starting from scratch since the prior code wasn’t good quality. The app connects to our product via Bluetooth technology and enables the user to control the intensity of their exercise. It’s replaced the handheld controller, which was cumbersome and had limited functionality. They also developed a backend database to track customer sessions, giving us more insight into usage and allowing us to send messages to people who stop using the product.

    What is the team composition? 

    We interact with a project manager, app expert, a QA person, and a few developers.

    How did you come to work with Tapadoo?

    We did a thorough search and originally found a different partner. However, they didn’t understand our business or have the expertise to deliver what we wanted. We began looking again and found Tapadoo. 

    How much have you invested with them?

    We’ve spent about €500,000 (approximately $561,000 USD).

    What is the status of this engagement?

    We partnered in January 2015, and the work is ongoing.

    RESULTS & FEEDBACK

    What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

    The consumer tests have been good, and our internal team has given positive feedback on the app. There have been few crashes, and the backend has allowed us to engage with customers who haven’t used the product in a while.

    How did Tapadoo perform from a project management standpoint?

    They’re disciplined and have a high standard for documentation. They have a clear and efficient workflow.

    What did you find most impressive about them?

    They understand both the technical components of our business as well as our overall strategy. They act as our in-house experts, providing deep knowledge of the mobile app space. Engineering software for medical device products has a steep learning curve, but they handled it well. Unlike other firms, they take the time to educate us about the world of apps.

    Are there any areas they could improve?

    No, I can't name anything specific. They’ve gone out of their way to make sure our engagement has been successful.

    Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?

    Their rates are high, but you can’t put a price on quality. You can trust them and know that you won’t have to spend more time or money to fix a poorly-made product.

    5.0
    Overall Score
    • 5.0 Scheduling
      ON TIME / DEADLINES
    • 4.0 Cost
      Value / within estimates
    • 4.5 Quality
      Service & deliverables
    • 5.0 NPS
      Willing to refer