We work with folks who have interesting and meaningful ideas to
create products and services that put a dent in the universe.
Warn developers when their cloud infrastructure and services are failing them.
Combat cancer by developing tools to help pathologists and oncologists establish precision medicine as the new standard of care.
Educate and train medical device professionals implanting pacemakers and defibrillators in thousands of patients.
Nurture and grow a community of over 10,000 Ruby on Rails Developers.
Make social crowdsourcing campaigns more successful through AI-based collaboration tools.
Help parents and teen drivers safely navigate their licensing requirements.
Enable genetic discovery and freedom to operate by organizing the world’s genetic intellectual property.
Help shoppers save money and find spectacular deals with just their phone.
Increase the speed and accuracy of diagnosis through remote digital pathology.
Implement dynamic content, recover web databases, and create complex data structures to help businesses grow.
We're fortunate to live during these times, where the internet accelerates creation.
There has simply never been a better time to be a maker. We like to say we're doing our small part in building the future.
And we believe the best is yet to come.
Defining metrics and capturing web and app analytics enables us to establish ideal sales and marketing funnels, and take a data-based approach toward product development and iteration.
Our Product Managers work with our clients to define and guide the long-term product roadmap, not just the initial development.
Immediate access to our development and staging environments enables close collaboration with clients and partners as we turn their vision into reality.
In addition to the project manager, our clients have direct access to the software developers and engineers writing code for their projects.
We invite clients to our studio to collaborate in real-time with our designers on user interface and experience tasks.
We don’t outsource software development. All our code is written in-house at Atlantis HQ in Concord, Massachusetts.
We embrace the dynamic and fluid nature of our clients' innovative ventures, and incorporate potential pivots and changes into our arrangements.
No hourly billing. Our project-based pricing produces predictable costs and deliverables by clearly defining the scope (and potential roadmaps) of new ventures.
We believe in a short-term start to ensure a long-term fit. Most arrangements start with an initial 3-month sprint.
Successful clients may outgrow our services. We help identify, evaluate, and recruit internal teams and ensure a smooth technical transition.
1620 Sudbury Road STE 1
Concord, MA, USA
The Katie Lynch Foundation was established to honor and perpetuate Katie Lynch’s commitment to the well-being of those with special needs and to share her dream of a world where every individual is valued.
NEHSA, the New England Handicapped Sports Association, is a non-profit organization run by and
for individuals with disabilities who want to enjoy active and independent lives through participation in sports.
Lovelane provides high-quality therapeutic horseback riding to achieve occupational, physical, speech, cognitive and other therapeutic gains, focusing on children with special needs.
International (OSI) has a mission
to develop innovative micro-lending solutions to improve the lives of the poor. OSI’s programs seek new ways
to eliminate health, income and gender inequalities.
The Sudbury Education Association’s Wally Bell Memorial Scholarship is awarded to five Seniors at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School each year based on need, academic merit and community service.
The Boys & Girls Club
of Assabet Valley promotes the growth of young people in our community by empowering them to become productive, caring, responsible citizens.