True Professionals

This isn't a hobby

Before “designer”, “developer” or “consultant” our team members define themselves as professionals. Serious commitment, insightful analytical thought and clear communication make Mercury staff truly trusted advisors.

Mercury flexes the full breadth and depth of our technical, creative and business acumen to craft finely honed solutions. While each project enjoys our full attention, fostering the client relationship is tantamount – above all else we care about our clients’ needs and objectives.

  • Jun 16 2017

    Technical Vision and Objectives for 2017: Part III

    BY: Donald Bickel
    As 2017 approached my team got together to establish our technical vision for the upcoming year. We decided that this is the year for us to mature how we build applications, ratchet up our focus on quality and become more masterful with our new skills. In part III of this blog series I will share our vision and objectives for improving initial product quality in the coming year and welcome your thoughts on where your firm is focused in 2017.
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  • Jun 02 2017

    Feature Flagging with LaunchDarkly

    BY: Danielle Ferguson
    Have you ever wished there was an easy way to roll out a new feature in your application to only a small group of users so that they could see the feature in context of their production data? Have you ever wished there was an easy way to roll a new feature back if something wasn’t working correctly? If you have, feature flags may be the tool for the job.
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  • May 19 2017

    Technical Vision and Objectives for 2017: Part II

    BY: Donald Bickel
    As 2017 approached my team got together to establish our technical vision for the upcoming year. We decided that this is the year for us to mature how we build applications, ratchet up our focus on quality and become more masterful with our new skills. In part II of this blog series I will share our vision and objectives for unifying code approaches and continuous delivery in the coming year and welcome your thoughts on where your firm is focused in 2017.
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