It's Time to Make Your Idea Into a RealityWhether you're reaching for the metaphorical Moon, Jupiter, or the Andromeda galaxy... we're ready to partner with you to get there.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Here are some common questions about RocketBit.
How much will it cost me?
We price every project on a case-by-case basis. Obviously flying to the moon is going to be cheaper than flying to Jupiter. That being said, we think our prices are extremely fair especially considering that we provide only top-tier service and products. We’ll always be transparent and upfront about your price. We recommend coming to us with a budget already determined, but it’s fine if you don’t have one!
How long will it take?
Every project has a different time frame. We work fast and efficiently, but we don’t rush. Rushing is the difference between fast food and a five-star fine dining. We like to provide the five-star service, so we never rush. That being said, we will give you an estimate of how long your project will take so you can get an idea and we generally have no problem hitting our estimated time frame.
Can I pay later, after my project has earned me some money?
Sorry, but IOU is not an acceptable form of payment for us. We work for your success and if you think your idea will be successful, we can get it off the ground. That being said, we can’t depend on the success of client’s project to be our source of income. We have to eat and drink coffee (lots and lots of coffee) in the meantime.
What do I need to get started?
A great idea or vision and readiness to partner with the people to turn that idea into a reality. We also recommend that you have a budget ready, but don’t worry if you don’t!
Do you do computer repair?
No, we don’t. Have you tried turning it off and back on again?
Do you outsource your development?
We do not outsource our development. Occasionally, we might contract someone from our network of experts, but never anyone low-quality or otherwise unknown. Our contractors are rigorously vetted to ensure they work to solve problems, not just write code.