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Seattle Startup BitTitan Solidifies Its Place as a Global Cloud Leader With Record Growth

IT Change Automation Giant's Impressive Year-Over-Year Growth Puts It at Forefront of Industry

KIRKLAND, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/07/14 -- BitTitan, the IT change automation expert for cloud-based migration and onboarding, today announces it has already doubled both revenue and staff positions in 2014, compared to 2013. On a path to triple in size by 2015, BitTitan is seeking new talent to keep up with this momentum.

"Since our founding, BitTitan has experienced exponential year-over-year growth in terms of revenue, customers and staff," said Geeman Yip, BitTitan CEO. "It is through a clear product strategy and our emphasis on empowering employees that we've been able to make this possible without depending on any outside funding."

Kirkland-based BitTitan develops software that removes the barriers businesses face when making IT changes, such as the move to the cloud. Since its inception in 2007, BitTitan has grown rapidly. In addition to staff and revenue, it has already increased customer user licenses by more than 50 percent at midyear. To date, BitTitan has migrated more than 1.5 million mailboxes to the cloud in more than 100 countries and leverages the world's largest datacenter. To keep up with worldwide demand for its unique, fully automated cloud-based migration and onboarding tools, the company recently opened offices in Singapore.

"BitTitan earned itself a solid position in the market with our innovative IT change automation solutions trusted by companies across the globe," said Yip. "The foundation of our success lies in the caliber of our staff and the environment we foster for personal growth. We are actively looking to add new team members that will make a difference for our customers and help them reach their business goals."

Having outgrown its existing space in the last 12 months, BitTitan will be moving to a new 17,000 square-foot facility by year end to accommodate its current and projected growth.

To support its growth, BitTitan is also filling positions for development, support, sales and marketing. To provide job seekers with an opportunity to learn more about the company and these positions, BitTitan is hosting a Whiskey & Wings Open House. Attendees will meet the staff and see BitTitan's products and technology firsthand. The event will be catered by the historic Hollywood Tavern centered in the Seattle area's Woodinville wine country. They will provide whiskey tastings from local Woodinville distilleries. The event will include food, fun and trivia. Prizes, including a Microsoft Surface, will be awarded.

The Whiskey & Wings Open House will be held at BitTitan's offices, 10420 NE 37th Circle, Kirkland, WA 98033, on Wednesday, August 13 from 4:30p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Registration for the mixer and further information on open positions is available at

About BitTitan:
BitTitan is the IT change automation expert that delivers end-to-end solutions for migration and onboarding challenges. Unlike competitive solutions, BitTitan removes barriers to change, including complexity, risk, cost and time constraints. With IT change automation, users can be current, have a choice, maintain control and eliminate chaos. Its globally recognized products, MigrationWiz™, DeploymentPro™, Data Encryption, UserActivation™ and SmtpLogic™, deliver tailored solutions for today's challenges, such as Office 365 onboarding, email migration and Office 365 data encryption. The credible, safe and trusted choice for both direct and partner channels, BitTitan has migrated more than 1.5 million mailboxes to the cloud in more than 100 countries. For more information, visit

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