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North East software Development and Cross Platform software developers

Software Development services from dotUK

  • Software Developers
  • Bespoke Software
  • Cross Platform Applications
  • Windows Software
  • OSX / Apple Mac Software
  • Linux Software
  • Software Integration
  • Software Developers in Yarm, North Yorkshire and the North East

dotUK are a North East Software Development firm based out of their HQ in Yarm Cleveland, and Stockton on Tees. We offer cross platform software developers internally, developing universally for the Apple Mac, Windows, and Linux in both Desktop software and server based software environments

Our in house software developer team are available for full software development project lifecycles, or as an additional outsourced resource for your existing software development team, or even as an external tool to allow you to expand the available development skillset you offer your own clients here in the North East. We offer a full software development project management service, including concept analysis, market research and interactive wireframe mockups as standard practice. We are also available to advise and supply hardware infrastructure, high availability, and web service / cloud software solutions as companion products to your software development needs

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Please feel free to explore our offering of development project case studies available here, or on demand, to help you assess our software developer skill sets across all platforms. When you are ready please request a Software Development Quote or complete our Software Development Project Questionnaire to allow us to give a more detailed first response to your needs
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