Hazardous Frog is a software engineering company based in Portishead, near Bristol, UK. Founded back in 1999 as Celtic Internet ltd, we have recently changed our name and gone through a rebranding exercise in order to give us a more up-to-date image and inject a bit of fun into the company!
Hazardous Frog specialises in web based development. Mostly the applications we produce are bespoke for each client, although we do make repeated use of Gearbox, our very customisable content management system. Gearbox has been used by Nature & Kind, Sun Microsystems (Now Oracle) and Moneycorp,
As well as Nature & Kind, Sun Microsystems and Moneycorp, past clients and end users of our systems include: Move with Us, Porsche Zentrum USA, BPI Vector, Raileasy, KLM, Buckingham Colour Group, Reed Exhibitions, Comma, Eli Lilly, Internet Games Group, Learn Direct, Warwickshire Country Council, SmartFusion, Bamber Forsythe, Shipdesk, Sunline Solutions, Institue of Physics Publishing, Department of Education & Skills, Present.Me, 4IT, Foundation Network, Fujitsu, Medical Action Research, Arval PHH, Louth Film Club, Line-Up, Big Picture Interactive, G-Triad, AOL, Clarity Communications, Orin Engineering, Argos and Deutsche Bank.
As you can see, our clients range from one man startup companies to multinationals all of whom have benefited from our professional approach, attention to detail and cost effective solutions. Our work has ranged from incident desk provision (For Move with Us where we were supporting a system created by another company) with emergency fixed being created and deployed in as little as an hour to the Rail Ticket Retail System created for Raileasy which took almost two years frok original specification to final acceptance. Large project or small, Hazardous Frog has the experience to handle it for you.