SOURCE: Twentyseven Global
KANSAS CITY, MO--(Marketwire - Mar 28, 2013) - Twentyseven Global, a mobile application and software development firm, announced a new suite of services, branded as Factory 27, specifically for startups. The announcement coincides with the first Big KC conference this week. Factory 27 will provide full-service software development services at affordable rates to startups.
Steve Roatch, CEO and president of Twentyseven Global, said he wanted to create a solution specifically for startups. "We have a strong history of working with startup companies. Startups have a limited supply of capital and short time frames for getting their minimally viable products to market. Our software engineering approach has helped startups get it right the first time. We decided to formalize our capabilities tailored towards startups and make our services readily available in a way that is easy for startups to buy. The Factory 27 suite of services cover a wide range of technologies such as .NET, Java/Open Source, iOS, Android and HTML5. We felt it was time that all startups had access to development services that are affordable and of the highest quality," said Roatch.
Twentyseven Global provides software and mobile application development for award-winning area startups such as Front Flip, RAZ Mobile, Airport Life, OmniSymmetry, Orderbolt, Kahootz and Innovadex. The company is also active in the investment community, working with innovators such as Think Big Partners, Archer Foundation, Digital Sandbox, Mid-America Angels and Cultivation Capital.
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.