You've got ideas.
We make them real.
You're building a business and have ideas for innovative new ways of doing things. You'll need new technology to make these ideas happen. Get it right and you could shake up your industry. But just how do you do it?
Our unique process, The Tech Bootcamp™, allows us to quickly create a plan, build your new technology, measure the return on investment and continuously improve it.
This means improved growth, profits and customer experience. We’ve helped our clients grow 100s of %.
And because our work is bespoke we could help you recoup part of your investment through R&D tax credits.
Here's how it works
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Why choose us?
We specialise in working with ambitious small business owners (people like us)
We have a proven, award-winning, process
We're focused on your long-term business improvement, not flogging you our preferred technology solution
We're a close knit in-house team who will build your technology
We've been doing this for 18 years
“The Tech Dept don't make me feel stupid because they get what I'm trying to achieve - the final outcome, rather than just thinking about the tech. They do what we need on a long-term strategic level."
We cut our teeth on the biggest brands
“We wouldn’t have had another record-breaking year without you. Fact”
“I need to solve tech problems in a stepping stone fashion for potentially decades to come. At each step of the way I see me investing in The Tech Dept. It’s the reassurance that I've got talented, trusted, amazing tech minds behind me, my vision and my business."
"We’ve now found someone with expertise and we’re happy with and we’ve got a long-term relationship with. I would definitely recommend you. Without a doubt."
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You’ve got an innovative idea but don’t know who to turn to
You’ve had your fingers burned by techies
It all seems so expensive
All your software and technology doesn’t work well together
Will you ever get these damn ideas done?
Feeling pressure from competitors