What we are goes far beyond our name.
The purpose of this page is to share with you the main ingredients of our brand and how the different pieces fit together. We’d like to truthfully, confidently and consistently convey our brand’s spirit to new team members, clients and friends.
Melon is a software development services company. It was created through natural mergers of three software and new media start-ups in an emerging market. As most start-ups, these companies were founded by friends, who saw an opportunity in the booming digital world. In 2003, we merged into a single company focusing on custom web and mobile software development. Keeping an open, people-first attitude and having a long-term approach are the roots of our organic growth and good reputation. Melon’s culture is shaped by the blend of fresh start-up mindset and established approaches of a seasoned company, self-initiative and mutual trust, focus and flexibility, naiveté and reason.
We build teams and deliver meaningful software solutions. Our software development talent spans from Web to Mobile across all top technology platforms, backed by DevOps, Cloud Operations and System Support, QA and UX/UI and Visual Design departments. We are especially good at building teams that closely match our clients’ needed technological skillset and experience. Our partners come from around the world and a variety of industries (finance, technology, entertainment, health care, energy, marketing, etc.) or company types (start-up, corporate, SME, etc.) We take their ideas to heart, try to be flexible and keep everyone well-informed and involved, as if we were sharing an office.
Being smart, being nice and making things happen are the three key ingredients that we truly believe make a quality partner. If one is missing, the other two are all but irrelevant
Fully aware that we are one of many similar software development companies, we aim to prove Melon is a trustworthy partner for those who choose us: clients and employees alike. We know we are on the right track because: