Do your company needs a new website or an enterprise-class web app or a web portal to help align your employees’ workflows, Maxcode’s custom web developers have the know-how and experience to build it for you.
Whatever your need, Maxcode has full stack developers, designers, and testers to deliver for you. From design to development, systems integration to cloud consulting, mobile app development to software product development, we can do it for you
We develop public-facing portals as well as enterprise intranet dashboards that incorporate email and internal messaging, forums, search engines, workflow and task managers, news tickers and multimedia hosting. For private portals we integrate protocols like Role-Based Access Controls (RBAC) and Single Sign-On (SSO).
We build both commercial e-commerce websites designed to optimize customer satisfaction and drive sales, as well as internal web apps for aiding in business automation. Leveraging our partnerships with Magento and Shopify, we can develop and integrate digital storefronts, shopping carts, catalogs and payment solutions using their platforms.
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We make your online businesses grow using our expertise in E commerce Development and customer-centric solutions. We offer online web-stores, drop-shipping websites and all types of online stores to fulfill all your Ecommerce requirements.
Our mobile app team can bring your ideas to life on iOS and Android, through both native and hybrid apps. We build high-quality apps that can perform across various platforms.
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