Catalyte opens new Boston development center

Boston skyline taken from across Charles River

Put our talent to work

We are excited to announce that Catalyte has opened a new development center in Boston. This is our first center in the Northeast and fifth overall. It will provide our local clients with a growing number of on-site resources to meet their tech talent needs and provide high-paying job opportunities for software developers from non-traditional backgrounds.

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Catalyte opens Boston development center to meet corporate demand for technology staffing and workforce transformation

Company also creates opportunities for high-paying tech jobs

Catalyte, the workforce development and software engineering services company, is opening a new development center in Boston, its first in the Northeast. The Boston development center will allow Catalyte to provide local, on-site resources to clients in the metro area and offer high-paying job opportunities to software developers from non-traditional backgrounds.

“Boston is one of the great American cities, boasting a world-class technology and innovation ecosystem,” said Jacob Hsu, CEO of Catalyte. “It’s also a city that attracts people from all over the world who come seeking opportunity. We are excited to help companies reinvent and improve their approaches to identifying, training and employing software developers by uncovering latent talent within their own employee populations and the local Boston market.”

Catalyte uses AI and data science to build technology workforces for the world’s most progressive companies. Businesses large and small are investing in digital transformation initiatives, but traditional sources of talent have failed to keep pace with the accelerating demand for skilled technology workers. Businesses continue to adhere to outdated hiring practices that rely on resumes and degrees, rather than aptitude, which further constricts the talent pipeline. Catalyte solves this problem by creating a ready-to-hire workforce that is diverse, local, cost-effective and sustainable.

The center in Boston will be Catalyte’s fifth location, joining hubs in Baltimore, Denver, Portland, Ore., and Chicago. Boston is home to a wealth of world-renowned academic, scientific, and corporate institutions looking to scale software innovation. With this office, Catalyte will deepen its network and relationships with Boston area clients.

Catalyte is announcing its new location today at the 2019 Boston CIO Executive Leadership Summit. CEO Jacob Hsu will also join a panel discussion on “Innovation and Experimentation in Delivering Education and Skills” at the AI and the Work of the Future Congress, hosted by MIT on November 21-22, 2019.


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