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Software Starts at 1.0

Build Your Product

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Building product is not a 2 or 4 week sprint.  It’s a marathon.  The moment you release  your 1.0 in front of your customer, the actual race begins.

Usage is like oxygen for ideas. You can never fully anticipate how an audience is going to react. That means you will need resources to support your demos, address feedback.  You will need to add the “one thing” that customer really desires and it can be done much easier and mush faster by the same developer.  Short term freelancing has its value but what you need is long term full time resources – if you want to sustain.   READ MORE

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Top Quality, Hand-Picked Professionals starting at $1000 per month (why so low rates)

Go farther with your budget

Ideas are Easy

Execution is Hard

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Execution is like a puppet show.  You have to manipulate lot of strings to execute the puppet play.  One string is looser than it should be and the performance goes bad.

You know the value of execution and want to do focus on execution, BUT majority of your time gets spent in low-value/repetitive work.  Not sure if you have heard about the 80/20 rule but that happens in every job.  Out of all the activities you do day-to-day, you spend 80% of your time and energy on the same 20% of tasks. The rule also states that you see 80% of results from 20% of the tasks done.

Imagine you had an assistant that could take over some of that work.  How? AI augmentation is the answer.  AI-driven (Artificial Intelligence) technologies and tools can help you in execution. READ MORE

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Hire AI Assistants

Spend less time on low-value work, and more time on what matters.

  • Ex Google, CEO ORO Networks

    We’ve seen an increase in job satisfaction with my local staff by using remote engineers from PIRI as they do not have to deal with late night and early morning calls. PIRI Engineers became part of our team ‘day one’.

    Ajay Malik
  • Kontakt.io

    PIRI is a win-win.  Our budget goes farther, and the engineers make more!

    Philipp von Gilsa