An American Company ​ 

Amreican Heart
We help you build, integrate, and test software with consultants who are experienced, professional, and in the same time zone as you, because we love to help customers solve problems.

And just because we're in the Bay Area does not mean we are crazy.

You better believe that we love faith, family, and freedom. 👊
software development

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A Full-Service Company

People choose to work with us because we know our stuff, we are reliable, and we are fun to do business with. We have consultants and teams from around the world, so you get a great team that fits your unique needs.

  • Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment, Test Driven Development
  • Frontend, Backend, and Full Stack engineers, Architects, Scrum Masters, Testers, Product Owners
  • Simple, flexible contracts with straightforward and honest language

02

Tech Stack Capabilities

When we say, "any language, any stack, any requirements", we mean it.

 

For a full list of software languages and frameworks that we provide, please click here.

  • JavaScript, Python, PHP, Java, C#, C, Ruby,  AWS, .NET, Azure, and more.
  • Methodologies such as Agile, DevOps, Scrum, Lean, and Waterfall
  • Partnerships with Microsoft, Google, AWS, Oracle, Salesforce, and more.

Testimonials

Relationships are built on trust and we strive to put people before profit in each and every project. 

03

  • "They improved internal processes and accelerated growth" -Andrew M., Founder
  • "I would hire them again" -Jason S., CIO
  • "Thousands of happy and connected customers later and it's safe to say the results were terrific!" -Joel G., President/CEO
 
 
 

PAST EXPERIENCE

It's All About You

We ask questions about you, your company, and your problems because we want to understand.

We have worked with more than 50 companies since we founded in 2017. Some are ​Fortune 500, others are startups, many were nonprofits,  and several were mid-size or small companies.

Whichever one best describes you, we want to start the conversation with, "what problem are you trying to solve?" and "what does success look like to you?"