We operate a freelancer network of talented software developers who live in the most economically disadvantaged counties in the U.S. Equality-minded businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies hire our vetted freelancers for a wide range of challenging projects.
We source talented software developers from the most economically disadvantaged counties in the U.S. and put them through a multi-step screening process before accepting the top performers into our freelancer network.
Many of our freelancers can start on your project within 24-48 hours. Simply select your desired engagement type, from hourly to part-time to full-time, and scale up/down at any time. We don’t require minimums or term contracts.
If you've been outsourcing projects to offshore software developers in places like India, Eastern Europe or Latin America for budgetary reasons, you'll find our freelancers' rates to be very competitive.
You won’t fear the unknown anymore when you use talent from our freelancer network. Our freelancers operate on U.S. time zones, have excellent English fluency and possess verifiable skills and proper legal identification.
Your account manager will guide you every step of the way to ensure an excellent working relationship between us, your company and the freelancer at all times. We take care of all freelancer administration such as invoicing and payments to make the entire process simple and easy for your company.
Our freelancer network includes talented software developers, programmers, engineers and architects with experience and expertise across a wide array of today’s top programming languages, frameworks and technologies (click here for a comprehensive list).
Our clients find that it makes good business sense to support talented Americans who live in economically disadvantaged areas of the country and have made the effort to become highly-qualified software developers.
Using our freelancers instead of offshore software developers supports deserving Americans financially and also creates direct economic impacts in U.S. communities that need help.