Adam Temple started Bixly.com shortly after his success as co-founder, to programmer, to general manager at SermonSpice.com. There he learned to successfully run large, high-profile projects and the necessity for quality programming. Seeing this need for quality contract programming at a low price, he started Bixly.
While at Bixly he learned something you probably already know - it's puzzling to find a company that is both highly qualified and economic. Finding just one of those qualities in a company isn't very difficult but a company that is both is almost impossible to find. The good news is that this is where Bixly is positioned. Paying for quality doesn't have to break the bank.
Since our startup in 2008, we have seen tremendous growth, with ongoing and more robust projects coming our way every day. With this growth we have continued to keep a small business feel and take care of each and every client that comes our way with a fun and professional team.
If you haven't introduced yourself already, pick up the phone or shoot us an email. We'll excited to talk about your current needs as well as our past success.
"The entire mentality of Bixly is 'work hard, play hard' .... it's a purposeful drive for excellent relationships that fuel excellent workers."
- Caleb W
"Working with Bixly is like solving new puzzles everyday. I can get creative with the way I do my job while doing it excellently. Doesn't feel like working at all!"
- Bash S
"It's a great place to learn web development. From the terminal all the way to the end user experience."
- Alex C
"I like the chill but dedicated working atmosphere. People are goofy but disciplined. It's constant learning and serious fun."
- Gianina J
See Adam's profile for a snapshot of his background. Adam founded Bixly after identifying a large gap in the industry: High quality development at a decent price. He loves building Bixly and has many dreams for it.
Whiz kid Nick is the analytic power behind Bixly. If something needs analyzing, optimizing, perfecting, clarifying, delineating, he's there to answer the call. His official title is Chief Techno-Structure Officer.
As an early investor, George has successfully started multiple companies. His strategic outlook and common sense approach help keep Bixly on the right track.