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Headspring to Hire up to 100 Developers by End of 2014

Tailored software solutions provider looks to quadruple its team to support rapid business growth

AUSTIN, Texas, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Headspring, a tailored software solutions company specializing in application development, business intelligence, systems integration, big data analytics and mobile enablement, today announced that it plans to add up to 100 developers to its team by the end of 2014. With the growing competition for talent and the annual South by Southwest Interactive Festival kicking off this week, the company looks to tap into the thousands of technical and creative professionals attending from around the world in order to fill a variety of development positions across its Austin, Houston and — opening May of this year — Dallas offices. 

"Our incredible team is what sets us apart from our competition and enables a success rate that's more than triple the industry average," said Dustin Wells, Chairman and CEO of Headspring. "We're looking for people who want the opportunity to do the best work of their lives, helping our clients solve enterprise-level business challenges in an agile-paced environment. As one of the fastest growing companies in Texas, with roots in one of country's premier technology hubs, there has never been a more exciting time to join the Headspring team."

Building a Team to Accommodate Rapid, Strategic Growth
Headspring's aggressive growth plans for 2014 follow a year of exciting achievements and milestones for the company, including:

  • 80% year-over-year revenue growth, a nearly 10x increase since 2011
  • 58% increase in team members, with the team having doubled since 2011
  • expansion to Houston in 2013
  • the launch of Headspring Mobile, a division focused on building enterprise mobile solutions
  • major new client wins and project launches for several Fortune 500 brands
  • recognition as an Enterprise Service of the Year award winner in the Best in Biz awards

CEO Dustin Wells anticipates continued growth throughout 2014, with plans to double revenue and expand to Dallas, with additional national offices being targeted in 2015.

Creating a Culture of Empowerment and Innovation
As a multi-year Best Places to Work in Austin and Best Places to Work in Texas award recipient and one of the Fast 50's fastest growing businesses in Austin, Headspring is focused on growing its culture of innovation, transparency and collaboration.

Application Information
Learn more about Headspring and available positions at:
www.headspring.com/about/careers.

Read employee reviews and learn why Headspring is a multi-year Best Place to Work winner at:
http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Headspring-Reviews-E283863.htm

About Headspring
Founded in 2001, Headspring provides tailored enterprise software solutions, serving Fortune 500 brands like Dell, 3M, Wells Fargo and ExxonMobil. With services including application development, systems integration, business intelligence, big data analytics and mobile enablement, Headspring helps businesses take control of their information in order to better serve their customers. For more information, visit www.headspring.com.

For more information, contact:
Molly Wilson, Kickstand Communications
[email protected]
512.686.6405

SOURCE Headspring

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