HITORI helps innovative enterprises & startups improve productivity, evolve archaic systems and turn great app ideas into working products. We are also true entrepreneurs at heart and develop our own disruptive apps like SnapMatch, a HR automation platform that cuts out the middle-man by providing companies direct access to staff. At HITORI we dedicate the time required to fully understand your project, help validate and commercialise your idea, provide fixed quotes and deliver on-time. In addition to our core web & mobile app development focus we provide a range of digital services including UX/UI design, website development, e-commerce and digital strategy. We’re a team of Melbourne based ‘Digital Samurai’s’ big enough to deliver, but small enough to care on a personal level.
Dulux Group, Asahi, Schweppes Australia, Alzheimer's Australia, J. Walter Thompson, The Alfred, Mondelez, Austin Health, Moose Toys, Infosys, SAP, The Coffee Club, Bertocchi, National Gallery of Australia
- Digital Marketing
- E-commerce Development
- Mobile App Development
- Web Development
- App Designing (UI/UX)
- Web Designing (UI/UX)
- Large Business(> $1B)
- Small Business(< $10M)
- Medium Business($10M - $1B)
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Nicholas Cole and his experienced army of Digital Samurais have always provided professional, courteous and wonderful services. They displayed at all times terrific understanding, integrity, kindness and patience that surpassed our expectations. Our company technology was wholly designed and developed by Hitori, and we couldn’t be happier with its design and function. For all the above reasons and more, we highly recommend Hitori for any business or individual that needs a website design, App design or ongoing maintenance services.
What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
Their professionalism, availability and their genuine & positive involvement in the project. They showed great interest in what we wanted to achieve and 100% delivered!
What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?