We’re FullStack Labs, the Angular.js consultancy trusted by Uber, Siemens, and hundreds of other leading companies.
If you're looking for an Angular.js agency to partner with for development of your new app, you've come to the right place. Our talented team of Angular.js consultants, developers, designers, and project managers will collaborate with your team to understand your vision, and bring your concept to life.
Do you have a legacy Angular.js application that you're looking for help with? Our Angular.js consultants are experienced with taking over development of existing systems, and / or partnering with your current development team to improve quality and efficiency.
Need to add additional Angular.js consultants to your existing team? We'll integrate as many consultants as needed to help you go faster, improve productivity, and level up your team's skillset.
American Portfolio Holdings is a financial services company with 800 advisors across the country. Their legacy custom software program needed a few new features designed and developed with Node.js. After striking out with another consultancy, they hired FullStack Labs, and we completed the project on time, and on budget.
“The FullStack team was brought in at a very crucial time. They ramped up quickly on our project and were able to deliver under tight deadlines.“
The experience I've had with other firms is in direct contrast to what FullStack did. I'm comparing them with two other firms I worked with in the past. They care a lot about what their clients are doing. They bring their ideas and concepts to the table. I felt like they were on my team. They added a lot of value in terms of ideas and continue to do so. No matter who's working on the project you feel like they care about the work that's being produced.
FullStack Labs' managers have been engaged throughout. The whole project management staffing, matching team to task has been fantastic. All their staff is very committed. I'm very aware of how much bureaucracy there is in the tech world, and we've gotten nothing but solutions. I am totally happy with their approach to everything, their integrity, honesty, the whole thing. It's great.
We were very happy with the way the whole process was facilitated. We started talking to FullStack Labs three months before we signed any contract with them. We met with them in person several times. We wanted to find out what their philosophy is. Both Brian and David are fathers with young children, so they understand the importance of the work we are doing. That shows through in their work. It was obvious they cared deeply.
We will work with you to understand your technical needs, team dynamics, and goals.
We’ll send you FullStack Angular consultants that match your technical requirements, with links to their FullStack profile page which outlines their work experience and technical abilities, as well as their FullStack technical summary page, which includes a 60 minute video of the consultant completing FullStack’s coding challenge, and a plethora of other technical information from their interview with us.
Start the engagement. Work with your new Angular consultants for a trial period, ensuring they're the right fit.
We’d love to learn more about your project.
Engagements start at $75,000.
Consultancies aren’t always forthright about the limitations of their capabilities. In order to get a feel for whether or not they are prepared for a project like yours, ask them questions about how many of their consultants are well-versed in Angular and how many projects they have completed in the past.
The TK Angular Consultants at FullStack Labs have completed TK projects as of December 2020.
In order to gauge how prepared they are to take on larger projects, ask Angular Consultants to share a few examples of their completed projects. Which was the most complex? Which industries have they worked in? What is the longest amount of time your team has spent on a single project?
You can find examples of our previous Angular consulting engagements on the portfolio page.
a. A detailed recruitment strategy is vital to the success of an Angular Consultancy.
b. We’ve built the FullStack brand into one of the leading Angular Consultancies in the United States, which makes it easy to attract the leading Angular developers.
c. TK past projects
d. TK open source contributions
e. Sponsoring Angular meetups and conferences enables us to strengthen our reputation within the developers community.
f. The FullStack recruitment team utilizes a variety of tools to find and attract the best developers on the market. Over the many years recruiting them, our recruiters built up a substantial database of Angular Consultants which we regularly utilize to put together the most effective teams for new projects.
a. Each of our Angular Consultants had to pass through an rigorous screening that involved the following steps:
a. Our Angular Consultants either work on an hourly rate or on a flat rate, depending on the project.
b. Angular Consultants track their hours using Toggl in order to accurately bill the client. We don’t bill by larger chunks of time, and we never block-bill. You can read our CEO’s blog post on Comparing Hourly Rates Between Software Consultancies to learn more about why this is important.
a. It’s a good idea to ask for a consultancy’s rates early on in the evaluation process.
b. You can find FullStack’s rates on our FAQ page, but here is a brief summary:
- For Latin America-based Angular Consultants:
a. It’s likely that you’ll find that team structures differ from consultancy to consultancy.
b. Angular Consulting teams at FullStack Labs typically include:
c. For staffing augmentations, we are happy to organize a team of in-house and out-of-house software professionals.
a. Choosing an Angular Consultancy is a big choice, so it’s understandable that you would want to know what your options are if you don’t enjoy working with the one you’ve hired.
b. At FullStack Labs, you will have the option to either cancel your Angular Consultancy or have new Consultants assigned to your project if you are not satisfied within the first ten days. We do not charge our clients for the first two weeks of their consultations.
a. Some Angular Consultancies may require you to make a long-term commitment, so it’s fair to ask about your right to cancel.
b. Angular Consultancies at FullStack Labs do not require a long-term engagement. We only work with clients on monthly contracts, so you can cancel your service as long as you provide a 30-day notice.
a. It’s smart to ask Angular Consultancies for their references.
b. We interviewed 19 FullStack clients when our developers finished their projects in order to get a clear picture of their experience working with the team. You can find their testimonials on our references page.
a. Your start date typically depends on how many Angular Consultants your project requires.
b. When clients need one or two consultants from FullStack, we can usually get them started within a week or two. It may take longer (up to a month) to staff larger engagements.
a. When working with a smaller consultancy, you may not be able to set up as large of a team as you need for your project.
b. Our team at FullStack is large enough that we are able to set you up with 12 developers per month for larger projects.
a. Smaller consultancies may not have as diverse of a technical bench as you need.
b. Our staff at FullStack includes a wide range of talent. We have DeVops specialists, business analysts, UI/UX designers, project managers, and Quality Assurance Engineers, among others.
a. The best Angular Consultancies will have strong lines of communication between their staff and their clients.
b. We primarily use Slack and Zoom at FullStack for day-to-day communication.
c. As a client you will be more than welcome to join your team’s daily standups and weekly meetings.
d. Our professionals are required to write and speak English fluently.
a. In order to successfully produce a new app, Angular Consultancies must have meticulous procedures in place for staffing projects and building apps.
b. You can find the FullStack Design / Build Playbook here, which is a detailed process for staffing projects, designing apps, and building them.