10x is a talent agency representing the world's best independent technology consultants. 10x'ers are top-class specialists selected from thousands of applicants, and are rigorously vetted for their exceptional technical, creative, and interpersonal skills.
Their expertise covers the breadth of company formation and growth: from vision refinement and customer development; to product development, project management, and engineering (across all web and mobile platforms); to data science, machine learning, and devops; to design, UX, branding, and communications.
Managed by a team with close to 40 years of combined experience in optimizing creative professionals, 10x's deep roster of talent can deliver the most efficient and reliable solution for your technology project. 10x’ers are more than mere consultants or hired hands, they are visionary partners – instant assets to any organization.
Our mission is to be the best end-to-end option for creating industry-leading technology.
Contact us now to discuss how to 10x your business.
via New York Times Providing a more natural way for us to interact with information isn’t the only benefit from developing human-like artificial intelligences: they can also be positive role models of social interaction. In her New York Times article, To Siri, With Love, Judith Newman recounts with eerie wonder how Siri’s polite manner and superhuman patience help to […]
10x’s pioneering role in the tech industry was covered in technology journalist Eilene Zimmerman’s latest article in the New York Times’ today: Representing Programmers as if They Were Celebrities. We’re excited to be recognized and are making great progress in expanding our offering to include all types of technologists this year.
Professional Toolbox Top technical talent, such as those represented by 10X Management, know that successfully deploying technology to solve business pain points is the key to client satisfaction and long-term engagements. To that end, the best technologists front-load their work effort documenting workflows, capturing requirements, and gaining a thorough understanding of each client’s business drivers. […]
In 1939, at the height of her career, Shirley Temple lost the lead in The Wizard of Oz to Judy Garland because her employer, Twentieth Century-Fox, refused to loan her to MGM. She found herself in this unfortunate situation because, in the early days of Hollywood, actors signed a contract with one single studio, and […]