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Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, WebCreek is a digital development company that was founded in 1996. With nine offices worldwide, the team of over 100 specializes in web development, mobile app development, and custom software development. 

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Energy & natural resources


Business services


Supply Chain, Logistics, and Transport


Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 10%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 30%

Enterprise (>$1B) 60%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 2 projects

$10K-$49K 1 project

$200K-$999K 1 project


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Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

5 Reviews

WebCreek was hired by My Manas Foundation, an educational non-profit organization, to create a brand identity and establish a strong web presence. The project involved designing the brand logo and colors, and creating an effective website that would aid in fundraising campaigns and annual scholarships. The WebCreek team first conducted detailed interviews with key members of the organization to understand their vision and objectives. The final product was very effective and required only 2-3 iterations. At least eight people from WebCreek, from various countries, worked on this project.

An IT firm employed the services of WebCreek to help solve problems with their application-filtering software. WebCreek was chosen for their skills and potential, which were identified during an interview process. The project involved enhancing the software to improve its functionality. To avoid data loss during the project, WebCreek ensured that all data was backed up. The project was led by the CTO of WebCreek, along with three IT specialists who assisted with the integration and functionality of the software.

National Oilwell Varco engaged WebCreek for the development of a cloud-augmented software and database for their data collected from downhole sensors. WebCreek was chosen for their thorough project management approach and tiered pricing, as well as their time zone compatibility with Houston. The project involved designing WPF-based software and a web API for communication from the PC node to the Microsoft Azure cloud. The team of four from WebCreek, including a project manager, two programmers, and a business development representative, also specified the cloud resources needed for the project.



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