We don't just think in terms of automating manual processes, or doing cool things with technology. We consider value to the client and attempt to make the end user happy to use our creations. We love bringing products with "Enterprise" features to small businesses. We constantly contribute back to the community, not only via technology but also via donations and charity events.
We started working with this platform when it came out, although we didn't have any prior knowledge of objective-c and the development environment. Most of our developers are now well versed in the details (ins-and-outs, eccentricities, pick-o-dillos) of this environment. If you twist our arm, we might even help you with getting setup on the app store.
Android is quickly becoming the dominant mobile operating system in the world and co-incidentally also our favorite platform as developers. Since most of us learned Java in college we are quickly able to kick butt on the platform. The market is also not controlled by some arbitrary set of rules so you can be assured that your creation will see the light of day.
What can we say, we were born and raised on the MS stack and being in the north west we get a healthy exposure to MS technologies. We had been developing on silverlight since it came out and as such we feel that we have a leg up on this platform. We believe that this is the most comprehensive solution for a business application in the market.
You can launch your favorite OS in the cloud in a matter of hours and start serving (At least that is what Amazon marketing says). Amazon has a huge leg up on the competition when it comes to platform as a service offering. If this is your first venture into cloud hosting and you already have a site/application in production, this is the safest bet. We are very fimiliar with EC2 as this is where we cut our teeth as well. We have since built lots of tools that help our customers get a decent experience hosting with EC2.
This is the true cloud experience that we have all wanted. You write some code, declare dependencies deploy it to the "cloud" and the service takes care of all the provisioning. If you are starting a new .Net project then this platform would be worth a look. It does come with some limitations but they are generally clearly spelled out. We can help you with all phases of your service setup in the cloud (development, deployment and monitoring).
You want full control of hardware, software and network? We have cabinets in seattles Internatp facility for you to deploy your precious applications. We provide redundant network infrastructure, the facility provides fully redundant power and air. You bring your servers plug it in and go. We also provide supporting infrastructure like DNS servers, VPN endpoint, firewall and load balancers. I