Overview
< $25/hr
50 - 249
2011
Peerbits is a global IT solution company delivering web development, mobile application development and IT consulting services of any complexity to clients worldwide. Peerbits has a strong team of 50+ highly skilled IT experts. Peerbits carries trust of more than 200+ clients spread across diverse business verticals.We are committed to excellence through the systematic and disciplined process. Our expertise guarantees quality, competence and rapid execution of

Peerbits is a global IT solution company delivering web development, mobile application development and IT consulting services of any complexity to clients worldwide. Peerbits has a strong team of 50+ highly skilled IT experts. Peerbits carries trust of more than 200+ clients spread across diverse business verticals.We are committed to excellence through the systematic and disciplined process. Our expertise guarantees quality, competence and rapid execution of any projects ranging from mid-sized portals to complex app development and custom mobility solutions.Our vision is to provide the utmost integrity and client satisfaction through our services, creating lasting relationships with our clients.

Key Clients

TapNSell - The World's Garage Sale, Kuwait University, Medtronics, AstraZeneca, King Saud University, TracMojo, Jara, EpicDelivery, FiveOH

Certifications
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India
Peerbits
B/701, Siddhi Vinayak Towers, Off S.G.Road, Makarba, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 02145
+1 469 522 3385
ae
United Arab Emirates
Peerbits
Block B, DTec, Near Premier Inn Hotel,Dubai Silicon Oasis, Dubai, Dubai 183827
+1 877 707 0459
sa
Saudi Arabia
Peerbits
Adham Trading Center, Al Madinah Al Munawarah Rd, Riyadh, Riyadh
+1 877 707 0459
us
United States
Peerbits
75/1 Rush St,, Somerville, Massachusetts 02145
+1 877 707 0459
Focus Area
Service Focus
  • Mobile App Development
  • Software Development
  • Blockchain Technology
  • IoT Development
  • Web Development
  • Testing Services
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Client Focus
  • Medium Business($10M - $1B)
  • Large Business(> $1B)
  • Small Business(< $10M)
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Industries Focus
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Travel & Lifestyle
  • Retail
  • Social
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Customer Reviews
4.8 (22 Reviews)

Reliable Partners

Rafael Koudounis
posted on 17/10/18
We used their service in a relative high expectations project and we are impressed by their service and quality of work. We found a reliable partner where we thought we could not!
Project Details
Mobile App Development
posted on 17/10/18
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Great team to work with.

Tshepiso Manyoha
posted on 10/4/17
Process driven and milestone focused. Always willing to go an extra mile. It's going to be a long and fruitful relationship.

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

Always willing to put extra time to meet deadline at no extra cost to client.

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

There is room for improvement in testing.

Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 10/4/17
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Reliable partner

Dan Mirica
posted on 25/9/18
The team has talented, committed and smart individuals. For our project Peerbits managed to handle very challenging requirements end made our success they are number one priority. Pyramids is an innovative company who delivers great value for their customers. I highly recommend Peerbits.
Project Details
Mobile App Development
posted on 25/9/18
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Very satisfied app developer

Urs Camenisch
posted on 11/8/18
Peerbits has been a great choice for our mobile app project. They have a fairly large team to get the job done in a timely manner whenever you decide to get started. Their knowledge and expertise is excellent, I can highly recommend them to anyone for their mobile app project.
Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 11/8/18
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The best offshore team

Michael Kenneth Mauleon
posted on 1/8/18
Worked with them on several project from simple to complex
Project Details
Mobile App Development
$200000+
posted on 1/8/18
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Good partner, great value.

Jesse Pacchione
posted on 14/3/17

As I pursued developing a mobile app I spoke with 15 different companies from around the world (US, India, Ukraine, Russia, etc). In reviewing these companies on multiple criteria (cost, quality, capabilities, experience), Peerbits stood out to me because they made the extra effort to make sure they understood my vision and demonstrated they could deliver. In short, they showed me they wanted it the most and that I mattered as a client. So I gave them the chance. And I am happy I did. They have been great to work with. They work hard, listen to my feedback, and make their best effort to deliver what I want. My product is unique because it is focused on smartwatches and the industry, in general, lacks much experience in this arena because the technology is relatively new. This did not pose an issue with their ability to execute. Because of that, I have confidence in their abilities and have no regrets about choosing them out of the 15 companies I spoke with. I would recommend them to any startup or small business looking to develop a big idea.


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

They work hard and want to make sure they are delivering a product that meets my standards. Their focus on customer satisfaction is great.

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

I would like to see them do a better job of thinking from the end users perspective when testing. They are very programmatic and will follow a test plan well, but I would like to see them take more initiative to not rely on me to think of all use case scenarios.

Project Details
Smartwatch Application Development
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
Completed
posted on 14/3/17
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Mobile App Development

Nick Qureshi
posted on 17/7/18
Peerbits was a breath of fresh air after we got disappointed with a number of mobile app development firms. Peerbits was very professional, reasonably priced and very responsive throughout the app development life cycle.

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

Professional, reliable, and open communication.

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

I believe they can improve on timeliness and regression testing.

Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 17/7/18
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Fantastic GUI and talented team

Saket Wakharkar
posted on 3/3/17

Peerbits has a very talented team and their GUI is especially great. We ended up using their provided GUI with minimal changes. The development effort was great and overall we are very satisfied clients. We recommend Peerbits to anyone wanting to build an App and/or a website.


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

GUI: Fantastic GUI effort. It reflects in all their projects including ours Development: Talented Development team which includes backend and frontend team Communication: They are very responsive and open to communication with their client. They are always available via chat and/or email and/or phone.

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

Project management could be improved but overall we are satisfied with that as well.

Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 3/3/17
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Expectation = Reality

Rajesh Kumar
posted on 21/9/17
Highly professional and commendable level of patience shown in understanding requirements. Great skills and quality output in all levels of product delivery. Quick response to queries with excellent solution.

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

Professionalism & Quality

Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 21/9/17
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Executive Interview
Shahid Mansuri
Shahid Mansuri
Co-Founder , Peerbits
Please introduce your company and give a brief about your role within the company?
Peerbits is a technology company that thrives in mobile application development. I am the Chief Executive Officer and one of the co-founders and my job is to make sure, every project is in line with clients’ expectations. I sit with managers every week, where they tell me the progress of each project. I tally the progress with the schedule provided to the client. This makes sure the team and client are on the same page. We prioritize accordingly. A major part of my role includes making sure no piece of work is stuck due to a pending decision from my side.
What was the idea behind starting this organization?
Peerbits is derived from two words: Peers, which means a group of like-minded individuals and a bit, the smallest unit of data in a computer. The year was 2011, Google was just out with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) and the same time around Apple released iOS 5 with a Notification Centre in the line with Android. If you remember, two of the most beloved iOS features, iCloud and iMessage were released with iOS 5. Enterprises were curious to deploy mobile apps on top of their legacy systems to be on the forefront of market trends. That sure required a lot of work but one thing was clear: The future is mobility solutions. The future is mobile applications and the potential is endless. With Peerbits, we wanted to be a major driving force behind the revolution. Therefore, we started as a mobile application development company and, by God's grace, we’re still going strong. We’ve been continually rated among top mobile application development companies.
What is your company’s business model–in-house team or third-party vendors/ outsourcing?
We have an in-house team of 100+ developers who are apt to handle a project of any size. As a young company when you get your first major project, you either freelance the project or hire an in-house team. The former is a natural choice owing to lower risks and cost. But relying too much on freelancers is a trap every young company falls in, which in long-term leads to disasters. An in-house team may cost you on a dearer side owing to inefficient human resource utilization. But they are worth building if you’re serious about your long-term objective. With time, in-house teams will only grow stronger, they get to know your clients better, understand your company culture, and become an integral part of the company. We’re proud of the team we’ve built over many years, and we’ve reached a stage that the need to hire freelancers has ceased to exist.
How is your business model beneficial from a value added perspective to the clients compared to other companies' models?
Expertise; we have requisite experience and knowledge of working with the top brands and leaders across the globe.
Highly process oriented; we follow distinct processes for every task while maintaining a holistic view of the projects.
No Surprises; we ensure transparency in work keeping the unexpected surprises at bay.
Peace of mind; we dedicate ourselves to work for your business to ensure smooth completion of projects, avoiding all unexpected hazards.
Committed support; we are passionate about our industry, and we love what we do. We provide regular updates, calls, and product demos for client’s assurance.
Customer satisfaction; clients’ satisfaction is our priority which contributes towards constant enhancement for maintaining and improving client satisfaction!
What industries do you generally cater to? Are your customers repetitive? If yes, what ratio of clients has been repetitive to you?
Industries we cater to are healthcare, logistics, education, retail, finance, wellness& fitness, travel& tourism, real estate, telecommunication, government, and oil & gas.
Mention the objectives or the parameters critical in determining the time-frame of developing a mobile app.
As every app is different, nobody can estimate an exact time-frame for an objective or parameter. So I have given weight to every objective and parameter based how much time they consume in a development cycle.

Understanding of the Business Case: Understanding the ‘Why’ behind developing an app is most important factor. If the business case is not well understood then the quality of the app and overall objective of developing the app will get hampered.

Features: We use function point estimate technique to divide the features into points if there are a number of points in feature than a feature is considered to be complex in nature and take time to implement.

Third Party Integrations: Third party integration is the subject of research; app stakeholders have to understand the various dependencies, implications of the implementation and some time it requires doing a proof of concept to avoid the last moment delays so performing proof of concept will increase the timeframe of the project.

App UI/UX Design: One of the key aspects to make the app successful is this that it should have very good user experience; when we talk about user experience it is the mapping of the user's journey into the app in a seamless way, by reducing the number of taps from users and only capturing the specific details on key screens of user journey, more details can be rested on the secondary screens.

Quality Assurance:
This factor is often subsided in the light of other factors but it is one of the important factors which affect the timeframe of the mobile app. When it comes to iOS app, we have a limited set of devices on which UI and functions need to be reviewed, but when it comes to Android app there are multiple devices on which the app should be tested. So testing the app on various devices is a time-consuming affair and it has to be carefully devised.
How much effort in terms of time goes into developing the front end and back end of a mobile app?
It depends on the scope of the app. Normally, front end takes more time than the back end, especially when a client wants native apps for both iOS and Android. Forte of Peerbits lies in on-demand solutions which depending upon the number of actors involved require the development of more than one set of apps for iOS and Android. While I can’t give you an exact number unless you have discussed your app requirements in detail, I tried my best to give you a fair estimate based on a typical on-demand app with two factors. Like I said, the backend part is needed to make the frontend part (user part of an application) of a software solution work—web and mobile apps in this case. The owner of the application (often the app publisher) needs a panel to control every module of the software solution. In addition, an app requires integration with many 3rd party services, for example, Google Maps, Payment Gateways, etc. depending upon the features agreed upon. Moreover, separate apps must be developed for service providers and end users. So, all in all, 4 apps must be developed—2 each for iOS and Android.
What are the key parameters to be considered before selecting the right platform for a mobile application?
Well, every app targets a certain set of users, which defines its user stories. And that set decides which platform to target. Generally, when the set is dominated by people in the high-income group, we go with iOS. For everything else, owing to its large user base, Android is a good place to start with when you want to target the mass market.
Which platform do you suggest your clients, to begin with when they approach you with an idea (Android or iOS) and why?
Well, that’s a very broad question and the decision lies entirely on client’s requirement. What he expects of the app, which geographies he is targeting, and which app monetization method he is interested in. iOS is the default choice for clients in the developed world targeting urban landscape. Android is for everybody else. At the end of the day, you need both.
Android or iOS, Native or Hybrid — which platform is best to use to build your app? What are your recommendations?
We are a biased towards native app development for obvious advantages that it provides although it drives a project’s cost. Developers, end-users, and users all prefer the native app to hybrid. They’re faster, better, look cleaner, native and friendly. Android is free, open source and is backed by Google services. Android is our preferred platform. With Google coming up with its own Smartphone, Android development is only going to get better. iOS may be flawless but Apple, although for logical reasons, puts too many walls across its ecosystem that sometimes annoys our developers and limit what an app can do. We all know how unpopular App Store’s approval process is.
What are the key factors that you consider before deciding the cost of a mobile application?
We will consider parameters such as platform i.e. native or hybrid, availability of skilled resources, complexity of business case, multiple actors/roles in the app, multiple language support
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 follow value delivery method of software engineering. In which, we code the software around the feature set fundamental to the working of an app first and ask the client to bill for it. This is essentially 50-60% of the app features. Then we add more features on low priority list and bill client gradually till the end of the project
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?
You may call us a bit choosy over the type of projects we take. The low budget may not necessarily be an issue. It’s the scope of the project that influences our decision. An innovative project that challenges us and helps us develop & hone our skills even on a tighter budget has more chance of being accepted than a project on a liberal budget that brings no innovation or doesn’t challenge us.

So, No, we don’t have any minimum budget requirements as such. For example, we worked on an app for a local educational institute on a tighter budget because we found it to be worth our time. The institute wanted to gamify their annual event. On a tight budget of $1500, we developed the entire backend in addition to Android and iOS apps within a span of 30 days. The event was a success so was the app. After all, it’s our duty to serve the local community.
What is the price range (min and max) of the projects that you catered to in 2016?
As I mentioned above, there is no max or minimum project size. But, an average project at Peerbits averages $10,000 to $20,000. In 2016, as I mentioned above, the lowest budget project we took was $1500. The apps were supposed to gamify an annual event. The highest budget project we took in 2016 was a $50,000 project.
Which business model do you suggest to your clients enabling them to generate revenue from mobile applications? Why?
Some of the revenue models we integrate into our clients’ application are contextual ads, subscription, in-app purchases. Enterprise Apps don’t need a revenue model. They improve an enterprise’s productivity and, thus, revenue. The same goes for apps that are offered as an extension of existing services in the form of mobility solutions.
Clients & Portfolios
Portfolios
Training - On Demand Application
Bikers - Social Networking Application
Fuel Drop - On demand fuel delivery application
Al nahhla -On-demand food delivery Application
HilTi - Construction & Infrastructure Management App
Fuelswipe - Fuel Delivery App
YaY Meet - Event Planning App
Giddit - Hyperlocal delivery app
Vite - Gas delivery services app
Plenus - Food Delivery App
Almaha - Petrol Filling Station App
Frshly - ATM Food Solution
LTS - Real Time Tracking App
5F - Social Networking App
Dujour House - Mobile Marketplace App
Traderdock - Stock Trading Platform
AlphaSwarm - A Social Platform for Financial and Investors
Cauldryn - Bluetooth low Energy App
Wentamashy - Events Management App
Imuvon - Best Restaurant Management System
Fishlogger - Fish Tracking App
Nursigo - On Demand Nurse App
Pop'n Or Not? Real-Time Social Events App
Tippy - Restaurant Meals App
CMI 365 - Manage Delivery with App
Leazzer App - Make Rental Income
Peech - Marketplace Android App
Indiref - Human Resource Android App and Website
Al Maha Petroleum - iOS and Android App
Fishency App
GIFMos
Peech App
Delibirdy
M2R
Ramiify
Team Members
Desert Adventure Group Dubai
Desert Adventure Group Dubai
CEO at Desert Adventure Group