Who we are

A passionate team, rooted in digital.




“ We've been fortunate to have many incredible mentors throughout our journey in building CrawlApps. But these mentors often provide conflicting advice. 'Go after big accounts!' 'Go after small accounts!' 'Go B2C!' 'Go B2B!' Mentors provide a point of view based on their professional experiences and limited perspective into our market and customer base. “

Kalpesh Satasiya
Founder & COO


Complementary skill sets are important so that our work and roles are separate, and can cover more of the business between the three of us. It also allows me to be able to trust the co-founder's judgment on things that I don’t specifically have expertise on.

Fenil Lathiya


I'm an IT enthusiast and Co-Founder at CrawlApps Technologies. An entrepreneur at heart with a passion for technology, uniquely blends business analysis, strategy, targeted objectives, and ROI with IT solutions. I have core beliefs that drive successful marketing strategies & significant profit in any organization.

Mahesh Vayak
Co-Founder, CMO

Our Goal

We Design, Develop and Constantly Improve Digital Solutions For Business

Perhaps your goal is to grow your business operation. If you own a franchise unit, for example, your goal might be to open three more units within a five-year period. If this was the case, your objectives could include scouting a new city once each quarter, or reducing your franchise fees by 20 percent for the next six months.

Our Culture, Values, and Beliefs.

01 Involve Entire Team

The final attitude of an organization’s workforce is one of the first drivers of company culture. Getting the massive picture stuff right goes a protracted way toward fostering a positive attitude, but never assume it’s enough.

02 Improving Role Fit

Employees should be encouraged to specialize in the work they’re most hooked into and where they feel they supply the foremost value. If an employee enjoys speaking with clients, for instance, increasing tasks that enable face-to-face interactions can make their job more engaging. Employers must arouse feedback and support employees looking to broaden in these ways.

03 Work-Life Balance

Another key component of positive company culture is work-life balance. When employees feel capable of succeeding, they’re often more likely to search for fulfillment in their roles. By setting expectations that are both reasonable and achievable, and allowing employees to form time for their families and desires, companies can create happy and thriving cultures where employees do not feel stressed from an excessive amount of responsibility.

04 Leadership

One of the foremost important aspects of healthy company culture is effective leadership. Managers who support their employees and care about their success can help improve their employee’s confidence, clearly define expectations, and cultivate a way of community among their teams. When companies promote leaders who are excellent communicators with genuine compassion for their employees, the culture typically benefits.

05 Define Goals

The primary step to enforcing your culture and values is to define how you would like each to seem. Consider the goals of your company and work backward to work out what steps you would like to require to induce there. If you are a new company, establishing your core values early can facilitate your solidifying the kind of company you aspire to form. If you’re trying to alter an existing company culture, determine the new values you hope to push.

06 Communicate

Confirm everyone in your company understands and believes in your values. Communicate what the core values are, explain why they matter, and reinforce them regularly. By effectively communicating values, you’ll help your teams close to support shared goals. Open communication can even make it easier for those with concerns to precise their opinions safely and confidently.

07 Stay Consistent

A key to enforcing values and culture is to remain consistent. It can take time and commitment to alter the culture and to assist everyone to understand values. By remaining faithful to your goals and communicating successes, you’ll be able to help your company establish its values and promote a healthy culture in the long run.


Studio views

A Look at Where We Work and Play.