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–Ellery Fisher, former Director of E-Commerce, ACCO Brands
Your team is tiny, but the challenges before you aren’t. You need an honest, smart development partner to help you execute. And, you’ve been doing this long enough to know you don’t want to work with people you don’t like.
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–Cindy DeVelvis, Digital Communication Specialist, Dayton Power & Light
The problems you’re tasked with solving are deep. The deadlines are tight. Your team (if you even have one) is capable, but they’re probably young—and tired. You need to deliver new work and develop (or build) your team into a well-oiled machine.
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