BALTIMORE, Jan. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Catalyte, a data science company that is transforming technology workforces by identifying and training software developers from non-traditional backgrounds, has acquired the digital transformation practice of Denver-based Statêra.
Statêra (Statêra Digital) helps companies prepare for digital innovation with the expertise to plan, develop and manage complex transformations. Catalyte's expansion will continue to help individuals from underserved communities enter the technology industry in the highly-constrained Denver talent market and throughout the United States.
With its expansion into Denver, Catalyte is well-positioned to provide companies with high-performing, ready-to-hire workforces that are diverse, affordable and sustainable. Founded on the principle that talent is evenly distributed, but opportunity is not, Catalyte developed an AI-powered algorithm and proprietary talent transformation program to find exceptional software developers from all walks of life.
"We hear from clients that their two biggest constraints are talent availability and lack of partners capable of servicing all aspects of the digital transformation lifecycle," said Jacob Hsu, chief executive officer at Catalyte. "Our ability to create a technologically-savvy workforce from local communities and client populations delivers engineers where they are needed. The talent and services we have acquired from Statêra will help us provide deep industry knowledge and experience to guide enterprises on successful business and digital transformations."
"We are excited to join forces with Catalyte," said Carl Fitch, chairman at Statêra and now managing director at Catalyte. "Our clients look to us to shape, manage and deliver their digital transformation efforts. With Catalyte's workforce development solutions, particularly in the Denver and Dallas markets, we are in a much stronger position to capitalize on this opportunity."
"Statêra is one of our most trusted partners, responsible for helping us better connect with athletes and coaches across the country," said Mike Unger, COO of USA Swimming. "They've consistently demonstrated leadership and knowledge to help us make the right engineering decisions for the long term. Being a Colorado-based business, we're excited about the combined company's ability to support the local community and continue to build applications here in the Colorado Springs/Denver area."
Catalyte is a workforce data science company and one of the fastest growing providers of software engineering services in the United States. It produces diverse, affordable and sustainable talent for the world's most progressive companies. Catalyte closes the talent gap by leveraging an AI-based algorithm to identify exceptional individuals with the aptitude to become great developers, and with a proprietary talent transformation program that creates ready-to-hire software engineers. Catalyte has development centers in Baltimore, Chicago, Denver and Portland, Ore., and offers outsourced senior developers and agile teams to augment clients' development capacities. For more information, visit www.catalyte.io.
Founded in 2001, Statêra, Inc. has worked with over 700 companies to transform their business with technology. Statêra Digital focuses on digital transformations and provides the business and development expertise to plan, execute and manage complex transformations. Statêra, Inc. provides strategy, implementation, change management and managed services in Salesforce CRM, contract lifecycle management and quote-to-cash solutions with app exchange partners including Conga and Apttus. With more than 100 Salesforce certifications in house, Statêra's deep expertise and best practices have earned trusted and long-term client relationships at companies like Visa, Peloton and Molson Coors.