Shrine Development partners with entrepreneurs, startups and established businesses to build world-class mobile and web-based applications and business solutions.
Since our inception, the mission of the Shrine team has been to help clients utilize and leverage technology to dominate and disrupt their respective markets. We were tired of simply creating software with no end-user insight, so we decided to start our own company in 2017. Driven by a company ethos centered upon helping our clients achieve success, Shrine has experienced significant growth since our initial launch. We are continuously committed to doing what is in the best interest of each client.
(Hint: It’s more than just our “can do” attitude.)
On the surface, software development agencies are a dime a dozen. Do you know how to separate the good ones from the bad? Shrine rises above budget dev agencies due to our battle-tested processes, proven team and core values centered around transparency and integrity.
Every decision we make must put our clients in a better spot to win in the marketplace. Here at Shrine we believe in transparency and accountability — if it doesn’t serve the client, then we won’t do it.
Douglas Drouillard is the founder and CEO of Shrine Development. He began his career as a software developer and then spent over a decade working at VC-backed startups. As his skills developed, he was quickly recognized as a top talent and thrust into executive-level roles — becoming one of the nation’s first CTOs of a successful state-level political campaign.
Since then, Douglas has co-founded a number of successful companies. He realized early on that he wanted to create something unique with Shrine Development — seeking to make it a place where passionate people could work together to build something great. By carrying this belief and building a world-class team of talent, Douglas and Shrine have been involved in dozens of successful software launches.
Along with his passion for enabling freedom through technology, Douglas maintains a commitment to giving back to his community and beyond. He currently serves as a trustee for the Downtown Development Authority of Lexington, Michigan, and he aims to donate to at least a dozen charities per year.