Digital.com, an independent review website for online tools, products, and services, named Mindgrub one of the best mobile app development companies in Washington, D.C., and one of the best e-commerce website development companies in Philadelphia.
Digital.com’s research team evaluates customer feedback, services provided, and caliber of work to determine the top-15 lists, and selected Mindgrub out of more than 100 companies, collectively.
“Our development and engineering teams work diligently to provide award-quality services for our clients,” says Mindgrub’s Chief Technology Officer Jason Michael Perry. “What’s unique about what we do is that we believe in innovation through collaboration. Working as a team is the most efficient way to succeed and deliver the best work possible.”
For nearly 20 years, Mindgrub has designed and developed mobile applications and websites for companies across many different industries (e.g., energy and utilities, consumer brands, cybersecurity, government, healthcare, and education). Some of Mindgrub’s recent clients include Exelon, LG&E and KU, Entergy, Venture Trailers, Dragos, TAK Product Center, PTC Therapeutics, and the University of Maryland.
As a full-service agency and consultancy, Mindgrub also specializes in enterprise application support, DevOps, digital marketing, visual and interactive design, user experience architecture, quality assurance testing, and emerging technologies to help other businesses reach their goals. For more information about Mindgrub’s award-winning portfolio, visit mindgrub.com/work.
View Digital.com’s complete list of the best mobile app development companies in Washington, D.C., and their complete list of the best e-commerce website development companies in Philadelphia.
Digital.com reviews and compares the best products, services, and software for running or growing a small business website or online shop. The platform collects Twitter comments and uses sentiment analysis to score companies and their products. Digital.com was founded in 2015 and was formerly known as Review Squirrel.