$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
Founded in 2015, HuskyJam quickly proved to be a reliable and stable partners in fields of frontend, backend and mobile development.  Company has been working with Google, Toyota, Lexus, Tom Tailor, Audi, Porsche.  HuskyJam always delivers and has a great team of result-oriented professionals.

Founded in 2015, HuskyJam quickly proved to be a reliable and stable partners in fields of frontend, backend and mobile development. 

Company has been working with Google, Toyota, Lexus, Tom Tailor, Audi, Porsche. 

HuskyJam always delivers and has a great team of result-oriented professionals.

Key Clients

Google, Audi, Bank Otkritie, Porsche, Tom Tailor, Toyota, Lexus, PepsiCo, Lay's, Under Armour

Zaryna 7, Warszawa, Mazowieckie 02593
+48 669 291 634
Focus Area
Service Focus
  • Web Development
  • Blockchain Technology
  • Mobile App Development
  • Big Data & BI
  • Web Designing (UI/UX)
  • Bot Development
  • Software Development
Client Focus
  • Medium Business($10M - $1B)
  • Large Business(> $1B)
  • Small Business(< $10M)
Industries Focus
  • Advertising & Marketing
  • Education
  • Business Services
  • Consumer Products
  • Financial & Payments
  • Media
  • Retail
  • Automotive
Customer Reviews
5.0 (2 Reviews)

Feedback on experience with HuskyJam

Ivan Shushurin
posted on 11/9/19
Our company has long experience with the HuskyJam team. We managed to implement dozens of projects together. From very small to large enough. Often turned to them with complex ideas in terms of technical implementation. HuskyJam has a high level of trust with us.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

The HuskyJam team is always trying to quickly help and solve any problems if they arise. Often take on complex cases and tasks. We always know that we can rely on them in any situation and in any project regarding software development and complex software products.

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

"- Increase development capacity, increase staff - More detailed drill down on task scores"

Project Details
Bot Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 11/9/19
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Always good experience with Husky Jam

Alexander Purgin
posted on 5/9/19
Husky Jam provides high-quality development services for a reasonable price. They are experts in WEB and IT. We've done several projects with them from websites to custom CRM's and etc.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

Communication, level of experience

Project Details
Web Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 5/9/19
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Executive Interview
Alex Dorokhin
Alex Dorokhin
CEO & Founder, HuskyJam
Please introduce your company and give a brief about your role within the company?
HuskyJam was founded in 2015 and is currently an IT company developing web solu-tions, mobile applications and complex information systems for medium and large companies.
Our offices are located in Warsaw and Moscow, but we also work very well with our Clients from all over the world, from the USA to New Zealand.

As the founder and CEO of the company, I’m responsible for the development strate-gy, search and formation of new services, niches and products, as well as for general customer service.
What was the idea behind starting this organization?
I've been working in IT and creating digital products for most of my professional life, I’ve come all the way in this field from the very beginning positions. At the moment it’s more than 20 years old.

During all this time, I have accumulated diverse experience not only as a developer, as a manager in marketing and digital agencies, but also as a manager and a person working on the Client side, well understanding the key problems that arise in the process of developing software solutions.

The reason for creating HuskyJam was primarily the desire to reconsider the approach to communication with customers, to planning and project management, and finally to the de-velopment process itself. All this led to the creation of the concept of “development with a human face”, which in the future led to a very high level of loyalty of our Clients. A lot of Clients who appeared at the start of the company’s existence still work with us.

And the second idea in the earliest days of the company was to build the development process so effectively within us that we could use these processes in the development of our own digital products. After all, the world is accelerating more and more every year and the speed of trial, mistakes and finding the right paths depends on the speed of software development and the process of creating the product as a whole. All this helped us to grow our expertise in digital marketing, analytics and design, which I must say greatly helps our customers.
What is your company’s business model–in house team or third party vendors/ outsourcing?
In the beginning, we tried to outsource part of the development to increase capacity. But a few years ago we refused this and then it was decided to grow our internal team and expertise.

Therefore, at the moment we are developing projects only by in-house team. It is extremely rare that we engage individual experts in projects where special expertise is needed (for example, it can be graphic illustrators who develop illustrations in a special style, or specialists in a specific subject area, in building development, finance, etc.)
How is your business model beneficial from a value addition perspective to the clients compared to other companies' models?
There are a number of things that would be worth talking about in this context, but I would highlight a couple of basic ones that drag others along:
  1. The range of our internal expertise in various related fields or subject areas allows us to develop a comprehensive volumetric product for our Clients. This is an integrated approach to solutions, taking into account the tasks and goals of a Client not only in the moment, but also in a strategic perspective, but at the same time, we strive to integrate the developed solutions as seamlessly as possible into the current infrastructure context of the company. We always say that we solve the business problems of a Client, and do not blindly follow a set of fashionable technologies.
  2. And the second aspect, which I already mentioned a little above, is the approach in the workflow, which we call "development with a human face“. This is an extremely important point of view on issues / tasks and communication with a Client. It’s too difficult for many people in the modern world to keep up with the new technologies and ideas that these technologies bring. Often, developers do not keep up with new technologies, and for client teams it is often many times more difficult. 
For many IT development, various integrations, virtual reality and blockchains seem like something an extremely complex black box, which is very difficult to work with and difficult to predict. Here our challenge is to reveal new opportunities, often solving tasks more efficiently, to our Clients and do it in a very understandable language with very transparent development processes.
What industries do you generally cater to? Are your customers repetitive?
We work a lot with marketing and advertising agencies and together we make very diverse projects.
Separately, I would single out industries in which we have gained rich experience in working and implementing projects with gradually built up internal expertise:
  • Online Learning
  • Automotive industry (auto brands, dealers)
  • FMCG
  • Financial companies (banks, fintech startups, brokers)
Mention the objectives or the parameters critical in determining the time frame of developing a web app.
There are a lot of them and for each type there will be their own according to the complexity of the product.

But if generalize, then of course the development time is affected by the elaboration of requirements for the future product, its size (at least in the architectural sense), how many external integrations are expected and how fast and frequent communication is possible with a Client on the project.
How much effort in terms of time goes into developing the front end and back end of a web app?
There is no definite answer. It depends a lot on the application. Some applications are 100% front-end, some 50 to 50, while others can only be a back-end.
What are the key parameters to be considered before selecting the right platform for a web application?
  • It is necessary to formulate project goals for the Client
  • Look at the current infrastructure in the Client’s company, how satisfied the client team is in terms of solving business problems, and how new projects will fit into this infrastructure
  • Define the time frame of the project. This often greatly affects the choice of solution.
  • Determine the level of budget that the Client is ready to allocate for the project, also affects the choice of platform. Something can be done “out of the box”, but less flexible, but somewhere you need only a custom solution.
Which platform and technologies do you prefer to use in development of your web apps?
Our favorite backend technology is Python (Django, Flask).
For Frontend - React, less often Vue.
Of course, we have our favorite technologies, but we always proceed from the business goals of a Client. So in our pool there are projects in PHP, .Net, Java. And even in pure Javascript.
Do you offer website design templates or customised website design, and do you have a responsive website design?
Yes, we have our own designers inside and we do 99% of the projects with a custom design that we develop internally or that is provided by a Customer.
And absolutely yes, we are doing responsive design. In my memory, over the past 3-4 years I don’t mention a single web project without adaptive design.
Which Content Management System do you prefer to use (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal etc)?
Django CMS.
Our list of projects includes projects on Wordpress, Drupal, and even Bitrix. But these are rather exceptions to the general rule.
Do you provide website maintenance services?
Oh sure. We maintain our server cluster on an ongoing basis. A large percentage of Clients, after launching projects, transfer their projects to us for technical and content support. Quite often, we help clients with further analytics on projects and advising on the development of their business in a digital environment. After all, the life of web applications from the moment of launch has just begun, all the most interesting is yet to come.
What are the key factors that you consider before deciding the cost of a web application?
  • Size and complexity of the application
  • Application development timelines
  • Possible development risks
  • Format and terms of payment for the project
What kind of payment structure do you follow to bill your clients? Is it Pay per Feature, Fixed Cost, Pay per Milestone (could be in phases, months, versions etc.)
We use different formats of work.
Basically, at the moment, these are Pay per Feature and Fixed Cost.
But also a large percentage of projects according to the Time&Materials model.
The format is highly dependent on the type of project, its context and country.
Do you take in projects which meet your basic budget requirement? If yes, what is the minimum requirement? If no, on what minimum budget you have worked for?
From time to time, we help companies that contact us with very small tasks that take only a few hours and cost several hundred US dollars.
But if we talk about the minimum budget level for the whole project, then this level is about $5000 for any simple web applications.
What is the price range (min and max) of the projects that you catered to in 2018?
In 2018: from $ 2,000 for a small project to $ 145,000.
Clients & Portfolios
Website for an advertising agency in Switzerland
Lexus Trade-In Project
Promo website for Raiffeisen Bank
Educational online platform for entrepreneurs
Fitness mobile app