Our Track Record
Clinical Trial Management SoftwareSince we started working with Medable in late 2017, they have continued to report stratospheric growth, increasing their presence with the world’s leading healthcare institutions and reaching more than 750,000 patients.
VP, Customer Success & Implementation at Medable
Smarter symptom trackerWe came up with an engaging remote patient monitoring app for the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre to help their patients track progress, refill Rx, message doctors, keep diaries during treatment, and visualize their health.
Smart budgeting app for busy millennialsThe app connects to users’ bank accounts, analyzes their spending habits, calculates future budgets, and offers professional advice to help customers take control of their finances.
Habit-building CrossFit applicationWe designed and developed an easy-to-use, engaging app for building and reinforcing healthy habits based on our client’s 10-week challenger program.
Cross-platform on-demand babysitting appA mobile app that we designed and built for the purpose of helping parents schedule times with friends in their network to help with life’s tasks, like pet and babysitting.
AI-assisted mental health chatbotWe have built a cross-platform app that offers learning materials based on the user’s input, predicting what content would improve their mental state.
Medical-grade light therapy and sanitation gadgetTygon is a bluetooth low energy-enabled remote control app for an innovative light therapy, sanitation and wireless smartphone charger.
Pedriatic Dentist and Orthodentist
And so many more…
You need zero code to pitch your idea. Why?
Only 0.05% of startups get venture capital, and 9 out of 10 of those fail. So, how do Topflight’s partners get to be part of the 0.05% so consistently?
Investors don’t really care if it’s a working app or prototype. It makes hundreds of thousands of dollars of difference to you.
Interactive prototypes take 4 to 6 weeks, not months—and cost 10x less than MVPs. This way you can pivot to zero-in on market ft in a matter of days, and basically for free.
User test, validate, and iterate your idea before a line of expensive code is written. When it’s actually time to code your MVP, you are miles ahead of the competition.
Prototype to an MVP that users love. How?
We bring products to life with our blend of speed, craftmanship, and collaboration with your users.
Why do we choose the Agile method?
- To avoid wasting budget on a slow, expensive, and misguided specification phase
- To cut time-to-market and ensure rapid release cycles
- To maximise the role your users play in shaping your product
- To ensure smooth, transparent, and meaningful development
Topflight’s flavor of agile relies on continually refining your product vision, while simultaneously building, delivering and testing viable versions to deliver a winning product.
We put the ‘Minimum’ in MVP.
The Agile approach saves you hundreds of thousands on any features your users don’t need, and instead focuses on perfecting the ones your users love and engage with.
16 MVPs launched in 2021
$188 million raised
50 million users reached
Topflight’s meticulous research,
prototyping and discovery process allows:
- Turning napkin-sketch ideas into testable user journeys.
- Crafting of world-class, engaging user experiences.
- Rapid validation of business plan and app features.
- Developing a lean product roadmap and backlog.
Topflight’s partners avoid costly mistakes
in the development period:
Our clients simply enjoy an unfair advantage.
“I have dealt with many contractors in my business career, and Topflight is by far the most professional and responsive I have worked with.”
“We were sold on working with them mostly for that fact that they had won a design award for another web-based platform. Thanks to some of Topflight’s design efforts, our AI software was recently picked up by a business incubator.”
“We worked with a web dev company to build our first website, which was abysmal. With the website that Topflight Apps built, we only hear rave reviews”
“They provide good value for the money. They are reasonable and do not promise anything over-the-top that your project doesn't need.”
Today’s Visionaries Build Better Tomorrows Here.
DermaSensor raises $11.5M with Insightec’s Ferri among lead investors
DermaSensor device launched commercially as the world’s first point-and-click skin cancer detection tool for primary care providers
Medable Secures $91 Million Funding to Accelerate Industry Shift to Digital and Decentralized Clinical Trials
UI/UX DesignerDesigned for Taco Bell; Lead Design @ Benwally, Stockhaus, Rally
Full-Stack Developer5+ yrs of Swift & React Native; Lead Dev. for FLTDepartment, Sherpa, Brewjacket
Full-Stack DeveloperLead Dev. on Helpkin, Betmingo, Soberbuddy; 5+ yrs of React, VueJS, React Native
QA SpecialistQA at Goldman Sachs'; Tech Analyst at UBS; 10+ yrs in Manual Testing, Regression, Integration & Automation
In 2022, launching MVPs takes more
than working code
“If you’re not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late”—said Reid Hoffman of Linkedin.
This used to be the way: Launch the MVP fast, ugly as it may be, because many ideas didn’t exist yet.
Today, there’s an app for just about everything. It’s not enough anymore to have a working app to show investors or early adopters.
First, you need to validate your design and every feature with real user data, to get investors on board for development.
Second, you need to create a minimum version of the app that users will still love, to outcompete the 30 other similar apps they might consider—before you run out of money.
Third, you need to continue iterating the product to keep users engaged, and make sure the technology remains fast and robust for you as traffic grows.
Oh, and you still need to have enough left in the bank for user acquisition and sales. Will you?
With the average $250-$500k seed fund, if a firm quotes you $250k – $500k for development, you are dead in the water.
As a non-technical founder who learned to code to build my own idea, I realized early on that code is just one part of a successful product (although it’s one you can’t get wrong!). That’s why I built a team of Navy SEALs: designers, developers, founders, and product owners with a proven track record of product success, all working together as a team to provide vastly better value than your average 50%-equity technical cofounder. And for the last 6 years, we’ve been helping our clients raise nearly $200 million, and staying on for multi-year retainers to help them continue to grow.
We use the Navy SEALs analogy a lot, because we believe we’re only as good as every single person on the team. If we work together, you’re part of that team. We’ll mix our expertise with your drive, your niche know-how, and your understanding of your users’ needs and desires to deliver a product that achieves your business goals. And beyond.
Who is a fit for Topflight?
- You don’t want to give up 50% of your future business to a technical founder you just met.
- You own or aim to own a revenue-producing business.
- You have a US or European Corporate Structure.
- You tried outsourcing or offshoring and got burned.
- You’re looking for a partner that handles all things product (design, development, quality assurance, maintenance and scaling).
- You’re looking for a partner who will own the product outcomes as a whole, rather than just the code.
Who is not a fit for Topflight?
- You’re competing with Facebook or Instagram.
- You want your developer to build to your specs without offering insight or feedback.
- Your MVP has more than a 1-page list of features.
- You’re not a designer, but still want to design your app to save money.
- You plan to spend most of your seed fund on developing the technology.
- You don’t have a customer acquisition strategy.
- You haven’t gone “out of the building” to get feedback on your idea from strangers