You have the vision, we have the right tech talent to bring it to life
Your own exclusive team
Vision and planning
Concept and product design
Engineering and development
Maintenance and DevOps
Extend your internal team
Increase delivery rate
Fill skills or experience gaps
Supercharge existing staff OR end-to-end responsibility for specific functionality
Product, UX and technology spotlight
Performance and security audit
Tech stack advisory
Developers working on your project are employees of Vacuumlabs – not contractors. We hire only the top 1% of developers, and give them equity in the company. That means not only are they good, but they’re more likely to be around for the duration of your project (and any follow up work).
We’re so committed to quality development that we pioneered the No Spaghetti Society: an initiative for better engineering.
We have a track record of delivery: High quality work that is on-spec and on budget, for some of the most demanding clients around. Our team have the highest technical competence and we work in the most sophisticated of spaces (fintech, crypto, open banking).
Our clients are pleased with our work, and say nice things about us – just ask them… we’ll put you in touch.
Vacuumlabs are based in the European Union (EU) which has strong data protection legislation (GDPR) – something you won’t find when outsourcing to India or Ukraine. Your data is safe here.
We have best-in-class security and disaster recovery plans – our infrastructure is more than sufficient to prevent any data breach.
When Standard Chartered begun working on their virtual bank Mox.com in Hong Kong, they knew that the only way to innovate was to rethink the process and launch a new operating model. They decided to partner with digital partners like Vacuumlabs to bring their vision to life.
“Mox operates in a whole new way by listening to customers and focusing on heart share. We aim to empower Hong Kong customers to grow and unlock more possibilities by providing a truly digital and personalised banking experience,” said Deniz Güven, CEO of Mox.