For developers working independently, getting clients without a strong network always seem impossible. SlateCode wants to take off that challenge, as the platform is dedicated to connecting developers to clients.

With SlateCode, getting clients has become easier for web developers, engineers, programmers, coders and architects in Nigeria.

Launched in March 2017 by co-founders Akinwumi Fakokunde (CEO), Sesu Raj (CTO) and Adedeji AbdulMajeed AbdulRaheem (COO), the platform is an online marketplace that connects developers who wish to offer their services and clients who want to hire developers.

According to the founders, recruiting developers on the platform is simple and straight forward. They also claim that developers get a good price for their services.

With the growth of technology, the services of software developers have become one of the most sought-after globally. Organisations, big and small are making effort to be on their A-game when it comes to using tech in business. This fact is why SlateCode’s service would be ivaluable to both developers and business.

Although, SlateCode has established competitors like Toptal, Gun.io and Andela.com, the SlateCode team places their edge on being able to provide clients with the top 3% of software developers in Nigeria. SlateCode also has a value proposition which involves training of fresh graduates to become world-class software developers.