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New KickCode services

Aug 09, 2013 - Elliott Draper

There are two key things we’re always focused on here at KickCode - making it easier to understand the various things that we offer that can bring value to your business, and thinking of new ways to bring even more value to you. That’s why today we’re pleased to announce our all new range of services, simplifying the various things we can do for your business, and making it clear what the options, costs, and availability timescales are.

We have separate services and costings for brand new applications, monthly maintenance packages, code reviews, simple work by the week or hour, and pairing sessions. So whether you have an app idea that you want bringing to life, an existing codebase that you want reviewing and improving, a site that is working fine but you want someone you can call on every month should things need tweaking or fixing, or even if you’re a developer with a bug you can’t figure out, we can help with all of these things!

And we’re not done there either - coming soon, you’ll be able to book pairing sessions and code reviews online, as well as sign up to the maintenance packages.

We also have a brand new application we’ve developed ourselves to help small and medium businesses like yours improve their marketing efforts, to directly drive more revenue to your business by better converting on the traffic you have. If that sounds like something you might be interested in, please sign up to our newsletter, as we’ll be announcing that to our email subscribers first, with a special early bird offer!

Check out our macOS apps, AppTrack and WordTarget.

If you're looking for bespoke development for your own apps, using Ruby on Rails, RubyMotion, React Native or Unity, you can hire @ejdraper - visit ejdraper.com to learn more.

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