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How SmartLogic is adapting to the new work normal

The Baltimore-based custom app company is switching things up with an all-remote team.

SmartLogic's former Canton office — pre-pandemic. (Courtesy photo)

This article is sponsored by SmartLogic and was reviewed before publication. SmartLogic is a Technical.ly Talent Pro client.

SmartLogic has gone remote: The 18-person custom web and mobile application company let go of its leafy Baltimore loft last October, embracing the wave of fully remote work styles.

Known for its expertise in and strategic use of next-gen tools Elixir/Phoenix and ReactJS, SmartLogic continues to work closely as ever with its tech startup and Fortune 500 clientele. The company’s innovative approach has led to many unique client projects, from building an internal menu builder tool that cut data entry time in half for OrderUp (later acquired by Groupon) to a crime data aggregator for Spotcrime to software that ran on the International Space Station.

SmartLogic has showcased its savvy in navigating our modern, remote COVID world, as well as serving as funders and mentors for a recent youth design-thinking challenge focused on solving pandemic-related problems.

Always on the lookout for smart, independent, self-directed, tech-obsessed individuals, SmartLogic is hiring. Check out the open roles.

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