Atomic Object

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Michigan-based software development company Atomic Objects serve clients around the world. The team of over 60 and has been creating custom products for web and mobile since being founded in 2001.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Education

35%

Financial services

25%

Manufacturing

20%

Automotive

10%

Consumer products & services

10%

Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 10%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 50%

Enterprise (>$1B) 40%

Common Project Size

$1,000,000-$9,999,999 8 projects

$50K-$199K 7 projects

$200K-$999K 5 projects

Clients

  • Steelcase
  • NeuroMetrix
  • Dexter Laundry
  • Deluxe Corp

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

4.9
28 Reviews

Atomic Object partnered with Northern Initiatives, a nonprofit financial institution, to develop the next version of their online platform, Initiate. The updated platform, designed to provide resources for business start-ups, was developed using TypeScript, Next.js, PostgreSQL, Auth0, and Contentful technologies. Atomic Object also conducted additional research and interviews to confirm the needs of the platform's users. The project, which started in October 2022 and cost around $400,000, is almost complete, with plans for a continuous improvement engagement to follow.

In another project, Atomic Object was hired by 86 Repairs, a repair and maintenance management platform for the restaurant industry, to build a mobile app. The team spent a couple of weeks on design, meeting with customers and learning about the industry. The resulting MVP version of the app, built using Expo Go with a React Native framework, allows customers to create service requests and view all requests in the system. The project took place from November 2022 to February 2023 and cost about $180,000.

For a mortgage company, Atomic Object redesigned and developed a customer-facing website. The team worked on enhancing the existing infrastructure, adding features to the site step-by-step. They developed a platform and backend database, enabled users to receive direct interest rates from the site, and facilitated online account registration and application submission. The project, which involved a team of seven, took place from November 2020 to July 2022 and cost over $2.4 million.

Timeliness

4.8

Service Excellence

4.9

Value

4.7

Would Recommend

5.0

Awards

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2023

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