Technology advisory firm TechDiscovery Group has launched a new Web site to reflect the company’s focus on its custom application development services.
Although TechDiscovery has developed applications for startups and small businesses, the company has most often provided technical due diligence services to the investment community.
“Over the years, we have been routinely called on to provide both consulting and development services to the portfolio companies of our investor clients,” Shereef Nawar, founder and chief executive officer, said in a statement. “Having successfully built a solid reputation for our due diligence practice, we finally decided it was time to shift gears and focus on the services we were asked for the most, application development.”
TechDiscovery continues to work with startups and small companies but has also begun providing outsourced development and advisory services for early-stage initiatives within Fortune-level companies. The company draws on over 100 completed technical due diligence engagements and applies best practices to its own development process.
TechDiscovery, founded in Atlanta in 1999, recently added several new clients to its development roster including the Cobb County Visitors Bureau, eMediaWorks, Georgia Council on Economic Education, Lighthouse Solutions, Prodigy Homes, and Stoughton & Associates.