821 2nd Avenue,
We are passionate about technology, compelled by its promise of accelerating human potential. We aim to be the frictionless switch between today and tomorrow, working with clients to close the distance between what they imagine possible and its technical realization.
We are the builders at the intersection of a technology movement. Our mission is to co-create the future with people who share our courage, our desire to explore, and embrace the possibilities of change. We challenge ourselves to propel ideas forward with higher quality at increased speed. Working together, we help clients imagine, confidently build, and sustain the modern technology products that will set them apart.
What we do – what we build – is informed by a few core principles:
This is where the work gets done. Distributed across seven dynamic cities, these innovation hubs attract the type of people who contribute to thriving teams. By placing builders in close proximity to clients – as well as their cultural and technology cohorts – we can assure the quality, versatility and speed that product delivery demands, along with the elasticity and scale to tailor to individual client needs.
These availability zones allow us to work in seamless alignment with our clients' teams, permitting every organizations to resourcefully build anywhere, at the velocity of modern-day business needs.
821 2nd Avenue,
1899 Wynkoop Street,
180 North Stetson Avenue,
8 King Street East,
399 Boylston St.
800 S Mint St,
825 Town & Country Lane,
Slalom Build is from Slalom, a Seattle-based firm that set out in 2001 to disrupt and redefine management consulting. Now 6,000 professionals strong around the globe, Slalom is deeply engaged with some of the world’s most influential, change-making enterprises.
As Slalom, we pride ourselves on our challenger genes, our client empathy, and commercial sensibility. Coupled with our passion for technology, these traits help us guide clients in redefining what it means to build with technology in a modern business context. And by doing real work that really matters, we’re improving businesses, communities, even lives, through the technologies that help drive change.