Denver startup Aventeer using teams of local freelancers to deliver turn-key technology projects
Thursday, February 18, 2016
DENVER — Aventeer today announced a new concierge service that allows companies to submit project requirements and have everything handled, from paper work and sourcing to project management and delivery.
The projects are staffed primarily by freelancers who use Aventeer’s platform in another capacity: to connect one-on-one with companies from across Colorado.
“Businesses will often hire agencies to do small- and medium-sized tech projects, but they will generally overpay, and the team that is assigned to do their work has a mixed bag of skills,” said Aventeer CEO Josh Swihart. “Aventeer’s database has thousands of freelancers, so we can build teams that are precisely suited to each project.”
The new concierge service combines with Aventeer’s freelancer connection platform and the offerings of Aventeer’s sister-company Aspenware, which builds custom web and mobile apps, to essentially create a one-stop shop for companies that need tech work done.
Aventeer charges a 30 percent fee on top of what it pays the freelancers needed to deliver the work. For the duration of the project, the client company has access to all Aventeer freelancer profiles — including rate, availability, skills, work history and more — plus, searchable access to freelancer profiles curated by Aventeer’s AI engine from across the web.
Aventeer is a hub for premier talent and progressive tech solutions. It’s a marketplace where freelancers and companies can eliminate the recruiter runaround and find each other fast; a platform that features beautiful freelancer profiles and back-office tools to eliminate the hassle of paperwork; a resource for turn-key project solutions; and a lifeline for sophisticated, mission-critical, custom software engagements. Aventeer is a one-stop shop for those who need to get work and get work done.
Learn more at Aventeer.com.