ByteAlly loves building products. We love seeing people use the things we build. We have worked on a few products ourselves. Some bombed, some brought in some real sweet success. Anyways they were all an amazing learning experience and we saw with our own eyes what works and what doesn't. We have always been reluctant in running a sweatshop, because the core team would not do things for money alone. We have a problem with taking money and working on things we don't want to. Sounds almost like a bad business model for a service company. But here is the thing, Startups work best for us. For us, its a scalable way and it makes a lot of sense. It's thorough fun to see entrepreneurs at work, people who are passionate about what they do . We would like to think of it this way, they give the code we write the best chance to be seen and be used by people. Unfortunately not all things work, sometimes our clients fail even after giving their best. And that's okay. But boy! when things grow, when people start using the stuff you build its a fulfilling experience. And that’s exactly what we want. We want to build products for our clients and see them being used by people. We desperately want our clients to make it big and we will do everything possible in our power to support that. We do that by delivering kick-ass, correct, scalable code. We do that by being their true ally. You might ask why we are so desperate for our client’s success? Because if they make it big it looks really good portfolio right?
To us, beauty lies in teamwork