New leadership, big growth, expanded global footprint with new office in Warsaw
Devbridge, a Chicago-based software design and development company, and strategic partner to B2B enterprises is starting the new year strong with the addition of expanded global offices and new leadership, showing clear signs of continued momentum into 2019.
The company welcomed new leadership to the team. Will Kelly joins the team as a Managing Director and will lead a cross-functional team of product management, product design, and business development professionals. As Director of Marketing, Karli Anderson will focus on strategic business development and marketing initiatives. Steve Kuhlman (Vice President) also joined the company and will target growing the products division of the business, maximizing its investments in existing products and growing its software product portfolio.
In addition, Adam Rusciolelli has taken on a more expansive role as Vice President, Services. As the business continues to grow and deliver world-class digital products to clients, Adam will lead the company’s business development initiatives and service delivery teams.
– Adam Rusciolelli, VP of Services
“I look forward to leading our team of nearly 500 as we attack big problems for some of the largest organizations in the world," said Rusciolelli. "With growth of over 50% in 2018, it gives me great pride to see the impact our delivery teams have on making these organizations run more smoothly, cut down on spending, and reach a higher level of engagement with their clients and customers.”
Devbridge continues to grow its global footprint. Expanding its European operations, the company opened a new location in Warsaw, Poland. The company currently has offices in the U.S. (Chicago), U.K. (London), Canada (Toronto), and Lithuania (Kaunas and Vilnius) in order to help serve a quickly growing global client base.
– Aurimas Adomavicius, President
“We’re starting 2019 with close to 500 team members, six offices, and looking forward to another year of rapid, profitable growth,” said Aurimas Adomavicius, president and co-founder of Devbridge. “As we continue to provide bespoke software design and development services, we are making strategic hires from these new select industry verticals and expanding our services into new domains.”
Devbridge has leveraged its expertise in building great custom software and will continue to do so in 2019. In addition to its focus in the Agriculture, Financial Services, Logistics, and Manufacturing sectors, the company has officially launched new practice areas in Fraud and Forensics, Healthcare, and Hospitality, bringing in new talent and expanding its existing client roster.