Experts with a Passion to Build Great Products
Founded in 1998, CrossComm is a minority-owned, award-winning software development firm. We have helped Fortune 500 companies, startups, research institutions and many others leverage the constantly-evolving landscape of technology to meet their software and business goals.
We are consistently at the forefront of new technologies. From developing one of the original 500 iOS apps and embracing early-adoption of the Android platform to our current investment in the Augmented and Virtual Reality space, we are dedicated to pursuing the latest, best technologies to advance the interests of our clients.
Our passion is enriching the lives of everyone we interact with by crafting exceptional software experiences that delight our clients’ users. We strive to form positive, long-lasting partnerships through a highly collaborative and transparent development process.
The CrossComm story is born from the passion and creativity of our founder, Don Shin. Don has been captivated by technology for the entirety of his adult life and believes that, through integrity and a commitment to excellence, a business can and should be a positive force in the lives of its employees and clients alike. Don's passion and dedication echo through every aspect of CrossComm.
Duke Sophomore Don Shin teaches himself web development: Netscape version 1.1.
After extensive work for the Duke Eye Center, Cross Communications is registered as a sole proprietorship in Durham, NC.
CrossComm is incorporated, and signs its first international clients.
CrossComm develops a lightweight, intuitive CMS (Content Management System) product designed for the small business.
Martha Stewart Living hires CrossComm to develop rich web applications.
CrossComm releases one of the first iPhone apps called Lumina when the original iPhone becomes publicly available.
CrossComm develops iOS apps for NBC Universal, SyFy, CitySearch and more.
CrossComm ramps up app development work for iOS and Android platforms including Ray Kurzweil’s Blio project, an e-reader tailored specifically to the needs of the blind.
CrossComm releases a week one WatchOS app, releases a WatchOS app for MedFusion, develops an award-winning app for Forbes, and is awarded national minority tech firm of the year by the MBDA.
CrossComm continues developing world-class android, iOS and web apps, and begins its foray into the exciting frontier of VR/AR Development.
The CrossComm hiring process is highly selective, ensuring that our team has not only that skills and the ability to excel, but the cohesiveness to achieve our value of creative collaboration. Our team’s eagerness to collaborate extends to our clients, creating a welcoming environment to sow your software ambitions and reap the rewards of a strong and lasting partnership.
Founder & President
Chief Software Architect
Business Operations Manager
Designer & Developer