Digital Provisioners has existed in one form or another since 2008. The current form of the company is an evolutionary leap forward. We’ve grown from a part-time solo enterprise to a creative amalgamation of the best software team I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. In spite of the fact that I have the best software engineering team in the world (in my humble opinion), I remain the lead engineer on every project we take on.
When you contract with Digital Provisioners, you get direct access to me. I am your account manager, and much more. There are no layers of translation or gauntlets to run.
Even so, every single Digital Provisioners employee is empowered to do whatever it takes to keep our clients satisfied. That is one reason why we are picky about our clients: If we are not a good fit for both your staff and your project, we’ll tell you so and provide you with referrals. We’re striving for perfection, quite honestly, and that means we can’t do everything.
We’re OK with that. More importantly, the few clients we do take on are very OK with that.
Founder, Lead Engineer
Digital Provisioners’ mission is to do the really hard stuff, i.e. create excellent, high-quality software that scales and is a (relative) pleasure to monitor and manage. We do this on any platform and at any scale.
Ross rocks. We worked together very closely at Who’s Calling on the new VoiceXML IVR system. Ross can both rapid prototype from a caffeine-fueled half-baked architectural vision on a whiteboard when time is tight or produce detailed architectural specifications, project schedules and other documentation when it’s time to formalize the SDLC. He can both lead or follow and doesn’t bitch about either. If I ever found another company, Ross will be one of the first people I call.
Ross is an excellent software engineer. His work is thorough and meticulous – both in terms of design and implementation. He is self-managing with a strong sense of ownership, focused yet easy-going by nature and, therefore, a joy to manage. Ross has a natural curiosity to seek out new and improved solutions to technical problems, making him a real asset to any software development endeavor.
It’s tough to decide which aspect of Ross’ work I want to recommend more highly — technical or personal. On the technical side, he showed both a high level of competency and a dedication to succesful completion while working on Who’s Calling’s Telephony team. On the personal side, he’s one of the most well-liked people I know, and a pleasure to work with. Having Ross on your team is good news.