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Twentyseven Global Expands To Denver Market

Monday, July 07, 2014   (0 Comments)
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DENVER, Colo. -- Twentyseven Global, an award-winning software and mobile application development firm, recently expanded its operations to Denver and moved into the collaborative workspace at INDUSTRY Denver. In addition, the firm added a new senior solutions architect, Kelly Shrock, formerly of Sprint, Garmin and Front Flip, and transitioned Creighton O’Neal, vice president of client services, to the new location.

Steve Roatch, CEO of Twentyseven Global, said, "Denver is one of the fastest growing technology startup hubs in the country but is unfortunately experiencing a shortage of skilled IT workers. By moving our office to INDUSTRY, we will be in an excellent position to help bridge the gap. The Denver technology community is mature, innovative and vibrant and we’re excited to be a part of it.”

According to a CareerBuilder survey, employers in each of the world’s 10 largest economies have reported that they have difficulty filling open positions, with IT positions being among the most difficult to fill. Denver’s thriving community of tech startups and entrepreneurs, has been feeling the brunt of the shortage recently, but Twentyseven Global’s team hopes to help fulfill that demand.

In addition to its new location, Twentyseven Global has hired Kelly Shrock as its new senior solutions architect. Shrock has worked as a senior software engineer for Sprint, the mobile customer loyalty startup Front Flip and Garmin International.

Twentyseven Global is a global software engineering company with offices in Kansas City and Denver. The firm combines experienced on-site leadership with a network of offshore delivery centers to produce exceptional results. The local teams are comprised of professionals with proven track records at software companies and leading systems integration firms. Twentyseven Global’s offshore development centers have been in business an average of 15 years, providing outstanding software development skills in locations chosen for their cost-effectiveness, stability, availability of English language skills and ability to work with the American culture.

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