Company 119

Bring Precision to your SALES & MARKETING

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Company 119 helps companies, maybe like yours, who are struggling to reach key prospects and frustrated with ineffective sales prospecting. Our HeatSeeker system brings precision to your sales and marketing and reduces--or eliminates--the need for cold calls, making your sal...
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$50 - $99/hr
10 - 49
2004
United States
Company 119
Bring Precision to your SALES & MARKETING
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Sales and Marketing Strategy, Website Design, Digital Marketing, Web Analytics, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Social Media Marketing, Digital Video Production, Video Marketing, Pay-Per-Click Management (PPC), and Content Marketing

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You'll find this question posted just about everywhere from Quora and LinkedIn to various other social media platforms, accompanied by numerous answers all pointing to the obvious parameters to judge a company on: competence, years of experience, their portfolio, their attitude, and pricing.  If the answer is this simple, why are social media platforms still populated with different versions of this question? Goodfirms is a good place to tackle this question as this platform already compiles a list of top mobile app development companies to approach. They also showcase the company's reviews and ratings, business portfolio, the cost to develop an application, and a lot more. It also allows you to filter results based on project size, hourly rates, geographical locations, industry focus and lot more. With all this you should be able to shortlist companies that seem a good fit for you.  Now, let's circle back to the key question, "How can I spot the right company to build my app from the shortlisted set?"   Start by asking the right questions like:   What will my project team look like?   Will the developers be full-time employees of your company? How long have they worked for you?  What do you foresee as the biggest challenge in working on my project?  How often would we communicate? Who would be our main point of contact?   One good way to weed out questionable firms is to allow the company's representatives to speak once you're done going through your requirement list for your app. If the team you're speaking with nods and points to how much it will cost you and proceeds to reassure you that they're a leading company and the best fit for you, it might not bode so well. A competent team will take a pause after going through your requirements and get back with their suggestions and improvements before even talking about the pricing. When the team is brimming with suggestions after one meeting, this usually means that they're already marrying your vision and trying to build a partnership of give and take. This is always a good sign. For instance, a client approached us with an idea of building a social media networking app. Our project manager came up with some exciting feature ideas like sending event notifications at a geographical level, which turned out to be a well-used feature after deployment.   Also, ask the team how long their engagement with clients tends to last. How many companies have they done work for, and how many have come back later and hired them for new projects? If they can boast of a sizable number of clients who've re-contracted their work, it speaks to their skills. Better yet, ask for client references you can get in touch with. All this should help narrow down that list.  While most businesses today already own a mobile app, local small businesses have also begun to have their own customer-friendly app to interact with and engage their traffic. In this ecosystem, having an app is no longer enough. For your application to stand out, at the very basic, it should be customer friendly and usable. So "How to select the best app development company for my app development project?" is an important question, and how you solve this puzzle will be an important building block of your business.  It's clearly a buyer's market out there, what with close to 10,000 reputed mobile app development companies worldwide. So make use of a reputable website to shortlist companies and ask them questions that are important to your business to help shortlist and finalize. And while you're at it, why not give us a chance to pitch our expertise of close to a decade in this space ?   
You'll find this question posted just about everywhere from Quora and LinkedIn to various other social media platforms, accompanied by numerous answers all pointing to the obvious parameters to judge a company on: competence, years of experience, their portfolio, their attitude, and pricing.  If the answer is this simple, why are social media platforms still populated with different versions of this question? Goodfirms is a good place to tackle this question as this platform already compiles a list of top mobile app development companies to approach. They also showcase the company's reviews and ratings, business portfolio, the cost to develop an application, and a lot more. It also allows you to filter results based on project size, hourly rates, geographical locations, industry focus and lot more. With all this you should be able to shortlist companies that seem a good fit for you.  Now, let's circle back to the key question, "How can I spot the right company to build my app from the shortlisted set?"   Start by asking the right questions like:   What will my project team look like?   Will the developers be full-time employees of your company? How long have they worked for you?  What do you foresee as the biggest challenge in working on my project?  How often would we communicate? Who would be our main point of contact?   One good way to weed out questionable firms is to allow the company's representatives to speak once you're done going through your requirement list for your app. If the team you're speaking with nods and points to how much it will cost you and proceeds to reassure you that they're a leading company and the best fit for you, it might not bode so well. A competent team will take a pause after going through your requirements and get back with their suggestions and improvements before even talking about the pricing. When the team is brimming with suggestions after one meeting, this usually means that they're already marrying your vision and trying to build a partnership of give and take. This is always a good sign. For instance, a client approached us with an idea of building a social media networking app. Our project manager came up with some exciting feature ideas like sending event notifications at a geographical level, which turned out to be a well-used feature after deployment.   Also, ask the team how long their engagement with clients tends to last. How many companies have they done work for, and how many have come back later and hired them for new projects? If they can boast of a sizable number of clients who've re-contracted their work, it speaks to their skills. Better yet, ask for client references you can get in touch with. All this should help narrow down that list.  While most businesses today already own a mobile app, local small businesses have also begun to have their own customer-friendly app to interact with and engage their traffic. In this ecosystem, having an app is no longer enough. For your application to stand out, at the very basic, it should be customer friendly and usable. So "How to select the best app development company for my app development project?" is an important question, and how you solve this puzzle will be an important building block of your business.  It's clearly a buyer's market out there, what with close to 10,000 reputed mobile app development companies worldwide. So make use of a reputable website to shortlist companies and ask them questions that are important to your business to help shortlist and finalize. And while you're at it, why not give us a chance to pitch our expertise of close to a decade in this space ?   

You'll find this question posted just about everywhere from Quora and LinkedIn to various other social media platforms, accompanied by numerous answers all pointing to the obvious parameters to judge a company on: competence, years of experience, their portfolio, their attitude, and pricing. 

If the answer is this simple, why are social media platforms still populated with different versions of this question? Goodfirms is a good place to tackle this question as this platform already compiles a list of top mobile app development companies to approach. They also showcase the company's reviews and ratings, business portfolio, the cost to develop an application, and a lot more. It also allows you to filter results based on project size, hourly rates, geographical locations, industry focus and lot more. With all this you should be able to shortlist companies that seem a good fit for you. 

Now, let's circle back to the key question, "How can I spot the right company to build my app from the shortlisted set?"  

Start by asking the right questions like:  

  • What will my project team look like?  
  • Will the developers be full-time employees of your company? How long have they worked for you? 
  • What do you foresee as the biggest challenge in working on my project? 
  • How often would we communicate? Who would be our main point of contact?  

One good way to weed out questionable firms is to allow the company's representatives to speak once you're done going through your requirement list for your app. If the team you're speaking with nods and points to how much it will cost you and proceeds to reassure you that they're a leading company and the best fit for you, it might not bode so well. A competent team will take a pause after going through your requirements and get back with their suggestions and improvements before even talking about the pricing. When the team is brimming with suggestions after one meeting, this usually means that they're already marrying your vision and trying to build a partnership of give and take. This is always a good sign. For instance, a client approached us with an idea of building a social media networking app. Our project manager came up with some exciting feature ideas like sending event notifications at a geographical level, which turned out to be a well-used feature after deployment.  

Also, ask the team how long their engagement with clients tends to last. How many companies have they done work for, and how many have come back later and hired them for new projects? If they can boast of a sizable number of clients who've re-contracted their work, it speaks to their skills. Better yet, ask for client references you can get in touch with. All this should help narrow down that list. 

While most businesses today already own a mobile app, local small businesses have also begun to have their own customer-friendly app to interact with and engage their traffic. In this ecosystem, having an app is no longer enough. For your application to stand out, at the very basic, it should be customer friendly and usable. So "How to select the best app development company for my app development project?" is an important question, and how you solve this puzzle will be an important building block of your business. 

It's clearly a buyer's market out there, what with close to 10,000 reputed mobile app development companies worldwide. So make use of a reputable website to shortlist companies and ask them questions that are important to your business to help shortlist and finalize. And while you're at it, why not give us a chance to pitch our expertise of close to a decade in this space ?   

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115 Wilson Mills, Chardon, Ohio 44024
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