Boulder-based DevelopIntelligence Included on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies
BOULDER, Colo. - Aug. 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Inc. Magazine included Boulder-based company, DevelopIntelligence, the largest independent provider of instructor-led, developer-focused learning solutions, on its list of 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America.
Ranked at number 860, DevelopIntelligence had a growth rate of 525 percent between 2010 and 2013. Already consistently ranked in the top five on Boulder County Business Report’s Mercury 100 list during the same time period, DevelopIntelligence’
CEO and Founder, Kelby Zorgdrager, attributes his company’s growth to its unique positioning in the market. “Unlike other coder training companies,” says Zorgdrager, “our team specializes in creating customized learning solutions for our clients. This unique approach allows our clients to transform learning from a 'nice-to-have' into a strategic, growth-fueling asset. There's a reason the top-tech companies in the world believe in this approach - it helps them stay competitive and retain top talent.”
The leading provider of customized, relevant software development learning solutions to organizations and teams worldwide, DevelopIntelligence specializes in helping companies achieve strategic technical goals.
More than simply a training company, Zorgdrager and his team work directly with Talent Development executives, Human Resources managers, CTOs, and others responsible for the execution of enterprise-wide learning programs, to build strategic learning solutions that identify, organize, and centralize learning needs across HR, L&D, R&D, and internal IT organizations.
DevelopIntelligence has trained more than 40,000 developers over 13 years. Its satisfaction rating, based on student feedback collected through post-course evaluation forms, is 98%. Currently, DevelopIntelligence offers over 185 courses, including multiple options in Java, Scala, server administration, HTML5, CSS, Ruby, OOAD, Hadoop, software architecture, C++, mobile, and more.
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