Aurimas Adomavicius and his partners founded Devbridge Group in 2008 based on the beliefs that great software can revitalize the largest of enterprises. In seven years, Devbridge has grown to a technology powerhouse with over 150 employees between three offices in Chicago, Kaunas, and Vilnius, Lithuania. The team specializes in accelerating digital products to market for clients in financial services, manufacturing and technology.
Listed on Inc. 5000 three years in a row with over 85% annual growth, Devbridge Group has received recognition from a myriad publications, such as Forbes, NBC, the Webby Awards, IMA, and AIGA. What’s more, Devbridge has been recognized as a top employer by Brill Street and was named a National Best and Brightest Company to Work For by 101 Best and Brightest three years in a row, all under Aurimas’ watch.
When not in the trenches working with clients, Aurimas is an active speaker and writer on the best practices of product design and engineering.
Capitalism demands the best of every man – his rationality – and rewards him accordingly. It leaves every man free to choose the work he likes, to specialize in it, to trade his product for the products of others, and to go as far on the road of achievement as his ability and ambition will carry him.
Underinvesting in a company's culture results in lower employee engagement and, in turn, a higher cost of doing business. Gallup reports that 70% of the U.S. workforce is unengaged. The negative financial impact? Around U.S. $450-550 billion per year. This post discusses themes for investing in and changing culture for the better to ensure team members are energetic, engaged and impassioned.
On February 27, we welcomed former Pivotal Labs Design Manager, Chris Wilkinson, as our new Director of Product Design. The role was established to further align Devbridge Group's three core disciplines of Product Management, Design and Engineering.
Having worked with many financial institutions on a number of different software design and development projects over the last year, it is clear that customer experience remains a key focus for 2017. A great customer experience encapsulates both digital and physical channels and introduces interchangeability between the two. However, banks are struggling to rapidly adapt to this omnichannel strategy.