Are you looking for a good Ruby on Rails development firm? You’ve just found one Here are the top 10 picks from Clutch.

The right partner will not only save you time and money on hires. A professional IT outsourcing firm is a whole pool of brainpower. Should your team run into a roadblock, this is a resource it can tap into.

If you don’t know where to look and how to choose the right partner, you can start with this post. It lists the top 10 Ruby on Rails firms based on their ratings and reviews from the online developer catalog Clutch.

1. Rubyroid Labs

We are proud to have recently hit the first place on the review rating–based top Ruby on Rails companies on Clutch. Rubyroid Labs has been ranking in the top 10 for the past six years.

Rubyroid Labs has over 45 programmers, testers and project managers. Besides Ruby on Rails, we are expert at handling ReactJS, VueJS and React Native jobs. 

We mostly work with startups and small and midsize businesses, but you will also find clients like Toyota, Volvo, Mastercard and Gazprom in our portfolio.

Rubyroid Labs homepage
Rubyroid Labs homepage

Since 2013, we have been hosting regular events for professionals like ourselves. The events have grown into the largest national Ruby on Rails community, with Rubyroid Labs at its core. With so many developers in touch, including the industry’s top guns, we can make quick hires when our in-house team’s plate is full.

Currently, our hourly rate is in the second-lowest tier on Clutch. Want to know our secret to keeping the price low while providing a bang-up IT job?

Firstly, we are based in Belarus, a country with very low living costs compared to those of Western Europe and the USA. In addition, as resident of the national high technologies park, we enjoy reduced taxes. These are the two factors that help us keep our rate low.

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (20 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $25–$49

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $10,000+

LOCATION: Minsk, Belarus

ESTABLISHED: 2013

2. Def Method

Just one place below Rubyroid Labs among the top Ruby on Rails companies on Clutch is a New York–based company Def Method. They can write code for you, advise you on the use of software and provide extra professionals to support your in-house team.

The price of a work hour this firm will charge you is in Clutch’s second-highest tier. But that’s about what most US developers on the website will ask for.

Def Method homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (10 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $150–$199

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $5,000+

LOCATION: New York, USA

ESTABLISHED: 2014

3. datarockets

datarockets says it is headquartered in Toronto, while employing developers in Eastern Europe and Canada remotely. It also has an office in Minsk, which explains its hourly rate being far below that of Canadian companies.

Most of datarockets’ clients fall into the category of small and midsized business. Overall, the company has built more than 30 products since its foundation in 2014.

datarockets homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (6 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $25–$49

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $25,000+

LOCATION: Toronto, Canada; Minsk, Belarus

ESTABLISHED: 2014

4. RoleModel Software

RoleModel Software is based in North Carolina. They can help you order your idea into a concept and turn your concept into an application.

If you’re a small or midsize business, RoleModel Software can help you out. You will pay Clutch’s regular US hourly rate to work with them.

 

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (8 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $150–$199

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $5,000+

LOCATION: Holly Springs, North Carolina, USA

ESTABLISHED: 1997

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5. DockYard

A Massachusetts-based company, DockYard has worked with Netflix, Apple, Nasdaq and some other big names. If you’re a midsize business or an enterprise, you are a potential client for DockYard.

Rates are typical for a US-based Ruby on Rails company.

DockYard homepage
DockYard homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (8 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 50–249 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $150–$199

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $100,000+

LOCATION: Hingham, Massachusetts, USA

ESTABLISHED: 2010

6. Wolfpack Digital

Wolfpack Digital’s name must be inspired by the company’s home region: Transylvania in Romania. The company says it has more than 50 developers, designers and strategists that have built over 50 applications since 2015.

Wolfpack Digital’s hourly rate is one tier above what is typical for Eastern European developers.

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (28 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $50–$99

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $25,000+

LOCATION: Cluj-Napoca, Romania

ESTABLISHED: 2015

7. MojoTech

Based in four locations in the USA, MojoTech calls itself “a leader in web, mobile and IoT development”. The company was established in 2008 and has built over 100 products since then.

MojoTech boasts clients in healthcare, e-commerce, finance and other industries. Some of them have been recognized by the likes of Gartner, Forbes and Frost & Sullivan.

The hourly rate of MojoTech pretty much reflects its location and self-esteem.

MojoTech homepage
MojoTech homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (10 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $150–$199

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $25,000+

LOCATION: Providence, Rhode Island, USA

ESTABLISHED: 2008

8. ByteLion

Number eight in this list, ByteLion positions itself as a full-service company. It is headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, USA and offers work at a rate one tier below that of its compatriot developers.

ByteLion works mainly with midsized and enterprise-grade businesses most of which operate in healthcare and e-Commerce. Overall, the developer claims to have catered to more than 100 clients since its foundation in 2011.

ByteLion homepage
ByteLion homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (10 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $100–$149

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $10,000+

LOCATION: Hunt Valley, Massachusetts, USA

ESTABLISHED: 2011

9. Vermonster

Founded in 2001, this Ruby on Rails development company is the second oldest on the list. Its only office is in Boston, Massachusetts, and its hourly rate is on par with other USA-based developers. There are only three reviews, although all are exceptionally positive.

Vermonster outlines four key areas of expertise for itself: mobile and web development, health IT, user experience design and bot and voice interfaces. The list of clients include such household names as Harvard University, MIT, Autodesk and Boston Public Schools.

Vermonster homepage
Vermonster homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (3 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $150–$199

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $25,000+

LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

ESTABLISHED: 2001

10. Salt & Pepper

The tenth place among the top Ruby on Rails companies according to Clutch’s review rating goes to Salt & Pepper from Russia. It declares expertise in projects of varied difficulty, ranging from simple promo pages to high-load applications.

Salt & Pepper mostly partners with small businesses, while its portfolio also includes some midsized companies. The developer offers the average Clutch hourly rate that is typical for Canada and some Western European countries like Germany.

Salt & Pepper homepage
Salt & Pepper homepage

REFERENCE RATING

CLUTCH RATING: 5.0 (6 verified reviews)

GENERAL INFORMATION

EMPLOYEES: 10–49 people

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE: $50–$99

MINIMAL PROJECT SIZE: $5,000+

LOCATION: Tver, Russia

ESTABLISHED: 2011

Summary

Which of these Top Ruby on Rails Companies Should I Choose?

View this list as a starting point. Your options go beyond those ten.

You can create an Excel sheet, browse on Clutch or Google, note your findings down and mull them over.

There are several things to look at as you weigh your options:

Portfolio. Look for projects similar to yours in the developer’s portfolio and client testimonials. The best Ruby on Rails developers have proven track records.

Technology focus. A developer that has been using the same technology for years must have honed relevant skills. If that is your target technology, even better.

Pricing. The cheapest option is rarely the best, while the most expensive one may not live up to your expectations. Read more about Ruby on Rails developer rates.

Language. When you offshore tasks, it is essential that your developer speaks common language with your team. Communication is king in IT projects.

Time zone. Time difference could be a challenge when offshoring development. Make sure that the developer has experience adjusting to that difference.

Certifications and memberships. Official accreditation may seem a thing of the past, but it still indicates how much effort the developer dedicates to proving its skills.

Business processes. Ask the developer to tell you about how they work. A top Ruby on Rails development company will paint a concrete picture in response.

And if you want to save your time, don’t look any further: request a free quote from Rubyroid Labs. We have all the necessary resources and expertise to bring your ideas into being — starting right here and right now.

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