Think about it: When you engage a software development firm before you really know what you want — or more importantly, what you need — you can find yourself going back to the drawing board rather than moving ahead in the process. And the worst way to build exactly what you want is by watching all the things you don't want take shape first.
Here's the good news: You don't have to tackle this project in isolation. It can be collaborative. We've helped many companies think through their ideas before we bring them to life. As part of that process, we ask questions. We offer recommendations, and we aren't afraid to challenge our clients to ensure every aspect of the idea has been thoroughly thought through.
That doesn't mean we're in the business of killing your idea. On the contrary, our goal is to strengthen your idea and give it the highest chance of success when it hits the market. That's what you need when you're looking for a technology partner: someone who is invested in your business for the long haul, not just for one paycheck.
Like I said, I love ideas. But the real fun starts when we sit down to figure out where those ideas are heading, how they'll solve real-life problems for real-life customers, and how we can help you get there.