Since launching in 2012, AppIt Ventures
has developed close to 300 custom software applications, ranging from an app developed for the Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders
, allowing him to communicate directly with fans, to an app for a large cattle auction company to a gamified app for the Young Presidents' Organization. Now AppIt is expanding its international presence with a new office in India, while adding more positions in Denver.
"We love building cutting-edge software that helps startups and established businesses engage and reach customers in new and exciting ways," says co-founder and CEO Rob Carpenter. "We've developed an Internet of Things platform for one local company, we're currently prototyping a virtual reality operating system for another company and we're building a variety of attractive mobile applications that we're really proud to share with the community."
To meet the needs of its quickly growing portfolio the company is expanding. "Within the next three months, we want to consider increasing our business development team, project management and eventually add a marketing position," he says Carpenter. It's likely those jobs will be filled quickly: The company recently won Millennial Week Denver
's award for Best Company for Millennial Employees.
With the 2015 acquisition of a software company in India and a partnership in Costa Rica, the company currently employs 25 people across the globe, including nine in Denver, Carpenter says.
The young company may also add an office on a fourth continent. "We're in very, very early discussions with a few potential acquisition targets in London," Carpenter says.
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