Seeds grow in the underground


Underjord can help you and your business with the development and maintenance of technology. Employing our services can reinvigorate an existing product by cleansing it of technical debt. We can guide you and your team to reliable high-quality practices that can be sustained over the long term.

And when the need is great, we can bust out a whole lot of useful code. At our back we have a network of productive and creative professionals that allow us to push further for your business than what our own experiences cover.

Underjord was founded and is run by me, Lars Wikman. I've been solving problems for clients and businesses leveraging the web and IT systems for around a decade. I bring a good set of communication skills, mentorship and teaching experience, a network of skilled freelancers, years of tech leadership and a decade of full stack development experience.

Clear communication, easy to work with and solid deliveries.
- Olle Nyman, Loops Education

Resolving technical debt

We help businesses stabilize their minimum viable product into something maintainable. We help you escape from paying technical interest from your high-pressure development. We take you to a sustainable code-base.

Restoration of legacy systems

We can help you tackle those old legacy systems that your developers have lost faith in. The systems that remain central to your business but are out of fashion. Maybe we can save you from the costly rewrite. Maybe we can find a way for your team to love again.

Train & retain, solving recruitment

We can help you establish mentorship, teaching and knowledge sharing. This improves, or even replaces, recruitment efforts by helping you level up the talent you can actually get, to where they become the developers you really need. And they might even want to stay.

It all starts with a conversation and ends with you cutting costs, eliminating sources of stress and improving quality and achieving long-term sustainability. Send me an e-mail at if you need this in your business.

- Lars Wikman