Our Services

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Website Design
and Development

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Mobile Apps
Development

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Web
Application

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Digital
Marketing

seperater
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IOT Apps
Development

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Virtual
Reality

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Artificial
Intelligence

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Blockchain

Portfolio

Our Work Process

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ANALYZE & PLAN

At Tech TinderBox, we begin the process by analyzing client's business requirements, which lay the foundation for every project we do. After brief interaction with client, we document all minute details of each business process involved in the project

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TESTING

Upon completing development stage,our Quality Assurance team performs a rigorous quality check of complete functionality to make sure that the end product is error-free

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DEVELOPMENT

Once design is finalized, our developers begin development by electing the right technology

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DESIGN

We focus on each designing stage in detail. UI/UX are the factors for a client's gratification or resentment. So, we focus specifically on designing a pleasant and engaging layout to produce innovative designs that assists navigation

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LAUNCH

The final product we deliver is a state of the art product which meets our client's business objectives

WHY CHOOSE US

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Certified
Developers

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End Solution scalable
exceeds business objectives

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Best marketing after
support and maintenance

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Time Bound
Delivery

TESTIMONIALS

SAAD MUSLEH, CEO

Tech Tinderbox developed Ecommerce website & mobile app for us which surpassed our expectation. We also consulted them for Digital Marketing campaign, we were able to achieve top position in search engines which in turn benefited our sales remarkably! I really recommend them to others.

Abdul Aziz(MD,Altaiseer Hotel)

We wanted to develop a website as per our requirements and Tech TinderBox developed a fully customized website.

SAAD MUSLEH(CEO)

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