Bankim Chandra

Bankim founded Dotsquares in 2002 following a career that started as a developer, through systems analysis to project management for some of the foremost financial institutions in the UK and USA, including Santander, RBS and American Express.

His vision with Dotsquares was to provide experienced development resources for medium and smaller organisations at affordable prices – to open up the internet for them too! As the organisation has grown, so has the size and calibre of their clients – which now includes, government departments, corporates and an increasing number of UK, Europe, US and Australian digital agencies.

Through Bankim’s stewardship, DotSquares now boasts a strong technical team of over 650 employees on four continents, providing development and support for our worldwide client base.

His enthusiasm for the Internet of Things sees Dotsquares being involved at the forefront of all new technologies, including home appliances and technologies such as VR.

Agile and Rapid Development for Web Systems and Mobile App Projects

Over the last 15 years, Dotsquares have been at the forefront of providing cost effective quality offshore development for clients of all sizes.

With the experience gained, we aim to demonstrate that no matter the size of your project, an agile development process can benefit you not only in the cost of, but with the speed and flexibility of the design and development of your web system or app project.

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