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Ethervision is a Chicago-based mobile app boutique. A handful of their projects were App Store originals back in 2008, and they have developed 180+ apps since. The company has 4 employees, and they focus on mobile app development, UX/UI design, and wearable app development.

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Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 15%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 70%

Enterprise (>$1B) 15%

Common Project Size

$10K-$49K 5 projects

$200K-$999K 4 projects

$50K-$199K 2 projects


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Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

13 Reviews

Ethervision worked with Downunder Horsemanship, a horsemanship education company, in the development of a mobile application that transformed their training kits into a user-friendly digital platform. The team started from scratch after assessing the poor quality of work done by a previous firm. The application, developed for both iOS and Android, allows users to watch videos and read informational booklets. Ethervision also proposed to incorporate the company's membership club into the app and is researching its compatibility with Apple TV and Roku. Additionally, they built two websites for the company and handle the ongoing maintenance of seven websites. The project started in July 2016 and is ongoing, with a total expenditure of approximately $300,000.

Ethervision partnered with VistaNational Insurance Group to upgrade their concierge service through the development of a mobile application. The application, which was built for both iOS and Android, simplifies the process of claim submission for clients, allowing them to log in, submit a picture of the claim, and provide a brief description of their issue. Ethervision also worked closely with VistaNational's marketing firm to ensure cohesive branding. The project started in August 2016 and the app was launched in May 2017. Ethervision continues to provide monthly maintenance services, with the project's total cost exceeding $50,000.

Ethervision provided development consulting for a global manufacturing company. After the company encountered problems with a previous vendor, Ethervision was enlisted to get the project back on track. They began by conducting a comprehensive review of the existing web-based, iOS, and Android apps, assessing the code quality and providing recommendations for improvement. The team then recompiled the code and transitioned the server to Amazon Web Services to ensure the client retained control over the application. The consulting exercise cost between $5,000 and $10,000, with Ethervision making efforts to keep costs low to serve as an insurance policy against the previous company.



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