Twentyseven Global Announces New Factory 27 Clients Including Claims Made Easy, RAZ Mobile, Pearl Leaves & More

Twentyseven Global, a mobile application and software development firm, announced seven Factory 27 clients since rolling out the new suite of services for startups the end of March 2013. Companies joining the factory include, but are not limited to, notable Kansas City-based start-ups such as Claims Made EasyRAZ Mobile, and Pearl Leaves. Additionally, InstaTrace, a Silicon Valley startup, will be joining Factory 27, too.

Steve Roatch, CEO and president of Twentyseven Global, said, “What can I say, we love startups! The market response to Factory 27 has been well beyond our high expectations. To the startup, we’re immediate access to hard-to-find software development skills. To their investors, we’re investment protection. They tell us the risk of delivering the technology just went down,” said Roatch.

Twentyseven Global is a global software engineering company based in the Kansas City metro. The firm combines experienced on-site leadership with a network of offshore delivery centers to produce exceptional results. The local teams are comprised of professionals with proven track records at software companies and leading systems integration firms. Twentyseven Global’s offshore development centers have been in business an average of 15 years, providing outstanding software development skills in locations chosen for their cost-effectiveness, stability, availability of English language skills and ability to work with the American culture.

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