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You can apply by sending an email directly to rh@daillac.com and attaching your CV. We look forward to your great profile!

You can contact us at info@daillac.com for any general questions.

If you have any questions about accounting or billing, you can reach us at facturation@daillac.com

You can email us at vente@daillac.com to request a free quote or for sales related questions.

We are located at10 de la Seigneurie Blvd. East, Suite 208, Blainville, Quebec J7C 3V5 and our business hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. With our telecommuting policy, we are in-person Tuesday through Thursday.

We analyze your project by asking you a maximum of questions. Once the information is gathered, we will give you a time estimate for the design of the project. The first step is to submit mock-ups to validate the visual of the application. Once this step is completed, we move on to the design on a deployment environment. Once the design is complete, we proceed with the implementation and prepare the maintenance phase with you.

There is no limit to the type of application we can develop. Our specialization is in web applications but it is possible to design a web application that can be launched natively on a system.

Depending on the size and complexity of the project, an application can take from 4 to 24 months to develop.

Absolutely, we always try to find open alternatives for our solutions.

We work on the basis of a mock-up/prototype that allows you to approve the visual before going to programming.