What does “Valere” mean?
The Latin verb valere, meaning “be strong” or “be well,” was extended in meaning to refer to worth, in both practical and aesthetic terms.
Work with a Discovery Lead and Project Manager to go through a detailed Discovery Phase, fleshing out the UX to ultimately create a Statement of Work (SOW) to determine the exact project cost and timeline. After the Discovery Phase, we move onto the UI Phase, helping you produce beautiful UI wireframes. The last phase is the Build Phase in which we breakout the SOW into milestones and start writing code.
Some projects require engineers to follow a more agile methodology, were the SOW and weekly sprints can change quickly. Retainer’s are great for these types of projects – as the developer(s) are contracted to work exclusively full time on the project.
We work with companies to augment their current engineering team. In this model, we supply many developers to integrate into their team or work on isolated projects.
While receiving his MBA and playing professional basketball in 2014, Guy Pistone was inspired by the power of mobile apps and the impact it could have in the sports training space. This prompted him to begin his journey building the mobile app brand Fitivity, a collection of content-centric apps for athletes. Fitivity was VC backed and used by tens of millions of users worldwide.
Since his days at Fitivity, Guy has continued his journey in technology by advising entrepreneurs and founders on how to build and scale beautiful and intuitive web and mobile companies. He has helped many start-ups and small businesses in areas such as software development, marketing, and private equity fundraising. In 2019, he saw a major opportunity to help U.S. startups build high quality web and mobile apps at significantly more affordable rates, and so, in 2019, he founded Valere Labs with his close circle of developers.
Guy was able to quickly differentiate himself from other software agencies through reputation, and positioning Valere Labs as the go-to source for companies to build software more economically. Guy personally designs all projects and manages all engineers at Valere Labs.
Guy also is the founder of Elete, a computer vision and Machine Learning company that builds sports skill games for athletes to compete just using their phones camera. Guy lives in Massachusetts with his wife, son, and two crazy dogs.
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