WHO WE ARE
Sourcetoad is an award-winning software and app development firm committed to the co-creation of technology solutions that solve complex business problems, delight users, and help our clients achieve their goals.
Collaboration, humility, and joyfulness define our culture and fuel our creativity; we become part of each client’s team as we bring purpose-built software to life, together. We are headquartered in Tampa, Florida with additional offices in Perth, Australia.
WHAT WE DO
For nearly 15 years, our team of in-house experts have managed the design, production, deployment, and maintenance of over 250 custom software projects for clients across a variety of industries, including hospitality, education, financial services, and healthcare.
We are committed to continual improvement and learning. Our clients are experts in their fields, and we are there to invest in their vision with them. We know that we can always be better.
We are transparent and honest. We are always upfront about what is possible and what it will cost. We are respectfully direct with our clients and each other.
We do this because it’s fun, fulfilling, and challenging. We try to inject joy into everything we do and build. We are deeply privileged to be able to build things for a living, and we want to express that in everything we do.
We strive for excellence. We want to build robust, scalable, working software that is useful and used. We want people to enjoy interacting with systems we’ve built.
Collaboration & Partnership
Our focus is on long-term partnerships rather than short-term profits. We want to be a part of our clients’ journeys and their successes. We also want to work together with great team members who inspire us to be the best versions of ourselves.
Sourcetoad sticks it out. We want things to work successfully for our clients and for our products. We don’t give up.
We think about problems from other people’s points of view. Our clients and their stakeholders, the end-users of our software, our employees, and our community.
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Sourcetoad began in 2008 when Greg Ross-Munro left his job at an investment bank to start a company that would create applications for the newly opened iOS App Store. There were only 500 apps available at the time, and Greg saw an opportunity to create the company he envisioned — a place where smart, nerdy, techy people would want to hang out.
Despite advice to move to San Francisco, Greg chose to stay in Tampa Bay. He knew there were talented people in the area who enjoyed their lifestyle and didn’t want to move to Silicon Valley to have a career in
technology. After deciding to stay in Tampa, he recruited partners Nick DeMelas and Justin Weber to help him form Sourcetoad into the company it is today.
What began as a handful of eager programmers in a room in a shared office space has become a bicontinental company with over 50 employees (and counting). Sourcetoad has been recognized by Inc. as one of the 5000 fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row and is a Tampa Bay Business Journal 2019 Fast 50 honoree.
Over time, Sourcetoad gravitated toward the cruise industry for one main reason: complexity. Designing a calendar system for reservations is not difficult, but designing one where the time zone can change up to three times and the ship time isn’t actually related directly to a time zone is a different matter. That’s the type of challenge that keeps the nerds at Sourcetoad engaged.
Although Sourcetoad has become well-known for our Cruise industry expertise, we develop software and applications for clients across a broad range of industries, from healthcare to fintech to non-profits and governments.
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Tampa Bay Business Journal — April 26, 2023 Sourcetoad has been selected as a 2023 Best Places to Work! We are...
April 11, 2022 — We are proud to announce that Sourcetoad is now the first US-based company to receive a Laravel...
WFLA News Channel 8— TAMPA— July 14, 2021 Watch the WFLA segment and read the article here.
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