Great companies focus on the things that ignite passion and generate excitement. We love to create software, and our clients allow us to do that every day. If you give us the opportunity to apply our skill and experience to your vision, we can build something great together.
Boundless was formed in 2005 as a hobby business to build streaming music products for home automation systems. When we quit our corporate jobs to make a go of the business full time, we decided to go in a more practical direction. We didn't have much experience in the way of marketing or manufacturing, but we sure knew how to build software systems. So we started building software for other people, and we've been going strong ever since. Meet the team below:
We build websites and mobile applications for people who cannot find existing software that fits the bill. We really enjoy helping others get from an idea to a product, and it shows through in the way we do business. We're concerned with just two simple things; following through on our promises, and the quality of your software. Tell us about your next big idea for a website or mobile app today!
How much up front design is enough to get started? We know, just ask.
Architecture, work flow, and screen layout delivered with stunning graphics.
Usable layouts and serviceable code provide for a functional, beautiful result.
Sites built for devices are bringing the focus back to simple and efficient design. We like that!
Boundless was instrumental in getting our software development effort from idea to release to production. Paul is an expert juggler when it comes to the tradeoffs between the software development process and the business’ needs. Boundless took the lead in our organization to keep the process in motion but made sure that the organization was making the decisions when needed.Garrett BeauregardSenior VP of EngineeringECOtality North America
We've been involved with projects across quite a few different industries, and we're learning about new technologies and processes from our clients every day. We grabbed a few screen shots from the software we've built, and added them below with a short description of what was done.
Deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complexFred Rogers