What We Do

Responsive Design

Phone, Tablet, Desktop. Our projects work on all shapes and sizes.

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Cloud Hosting

Managed VPS Hosting
Shared Hosting

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Social Marketing

Leverage Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and more to connect like never before.

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UX Development

Navigation so easy a cave man can do it.... Yes We know.

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Other Services

Enterprise Application Development

Have an idea more than a web page? Allow us to build your dream that will easily compete with the IBM and Facebooks of the world.

Help Desk Support

Running a large operation? Need a staff to provide help desk support? We provide that too. Ask about our consumer services options.

Rewards Program

Enroll in our rewards program and now your customers can start to benefit from a growing list of clients.


Deal with sensitive data? Let us employ industry standards to secure your application.

The Pyrotech Flow


We take time to learn your industry and who your competition is.


We then design a stunning fully responsive layout that will capture and hold family. Your clients are your family as you are our family. Remember the first 10 seconds are the most important.


We develop with a codebase that is solid, with coding standards, and efficient with rich features such as MVC, DAO/ActiveRecord, I18N/L10N, caching, authentication and role-based access control, scaffolding, testing, etc. Our developers are also experts in database design and API development.


Your launch is a big deal to us. We celebrate with you. This is the start of a new journey. Online posts, ads, Pyrotech sponsored giveaways, etc. We're invested in you. Now it's time to celebrate.

Some Cool/Eerie Facts


Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace, the daughter of the English poet Lord Byron, is considered to be the first computer programmer. In 1843, she worked with Charles Babbage, the inventor of some early mechanical computers, to create the first program for one of his machines—the Analytical Engine.


Lines Coded

We totally made this up.
The number is way higher.


Malware Created

According to a report from Panda Security 20 percent of all of the malware that's ever existed was created in 2013. That’s the equivalent of 30 million new malware threats in one year, or about 82,000 per day.