We deliver solutions

We turn great ideas into digital reality.
No matter what stage of the process that you are in; “Ready to take your idea to the next step” ... “Getting a prototype ready” ... ”Arriving at the finished product” Advantcomp will work with you to deliver.

Web Software

Whether it's web apps, powerful and elegant APIs, or completely custom data-driven websites, we deliver the perfect solution to fit your needs.

Mobile Apps

We work with a wide variety of tools and frameworks to develop your app and get it ready for the Apple or Google marketplace.

Our Leadership Team

Aqil Samuel


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As CEO of Advantcomp Consulting Aqil brings passion and 16 years of experience in customer service, sales, and leadership to the Advantcomp Team. Aqil strives to make every customer experience a great one.

Nolan Walker

Founder & President

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Nolan founded Advantcomp in March 2000, after dabbling in freelance web development in university. Within the first few months, Advantcomp was developing websites for clients from all over the world, with a focus on back-end programming. With a strong technical background, combined with post-graduate project management and business credentials, Nolan leads the Advantcomp team in creating custom web and mobile software.

Adam Coard

VP of Product Development

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Adam has been programming since he was 13, and using computers since he was old enough to sit on his dad's knee. He's always enjoyed learing new things about programming and technology — reading technical magazines, computer science lectures, and web development specifications in his free time. In his role as VP of Product Development, Adam uses his experience and passion help make every app a success.

Client Testimonials

The Latest From Our Blog

Understanding Scope and Closure in JavaScript, A Design Pattern for Data Encapsulation

Posted in Tutorials by Adam Coard on Nov 19, 2016

In this post I will explain what scope is and how it works in JavaScript. Then I will go on to show a design pattern that allows one to use scope in order to encapsulate data in an object making it only visible inside that object, as well as through getter and setter methods. If you feel like you have a firm grasp of scope, skip to the bottom section. Programming languages have something called a namespace. The namespace is the set names currently used to identify a value or address in a language, i.e. the variables and the reserved words from the language. As the size of a program grows so do...

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Focus on Quality

Posted in Project Management by Nolan Walker on Apr 09, 2016

As a software project manager, one of your most important responsibilities is to ensure quality. This may seem obvious, but I find that it needs to be reiterated, especially if your team is growing. I have been focusing a lot on quality over the last few months. Not just “nice code”, but things done right, the first time. Over the years managing projects, I can say that one of the single most significant sources of client dissatisfaction is the idea of rework.  No one wants to feel like they’re paying to re-do work, nor do they want to have to make sure work is actually complete despite being...

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