A Denver-based software company is making a home in Colorado Springs.
Aspenware Internet Solutions opened an office in Colorado Springs at 118 N. Tejon, Suite 200.
The company builds custom software for businesses like Vail Resorts, Seagate and Hosting. It was founded in 2001 and made Inc. 5000 fastest-growing companies list in 2011 and 2012, and was a Colorado Company to Watch in 2011.
The office will be headed up by Frank Mbanusi, strategic account executive for Aspenware, with Ben Hoelting and Rochelle Sandstrom also heading up the Springs office.
“There is a deep pool of talent and innovation in Colorado Springs,” says Adam Roderick, Aspenware CEO. “Access to these resources is an important piece of our growth strategy. A solid presence here will enable us to scale to market demand and provide the best in cutting-edge software development. We already have several people from Colorado Springs working at Aspenware.”
Roderick said he believes the city has “a bright future as a hub of technology innovation.”
“The recent number nine ranking of Colorado Springs on the Top 10 Metro Areas for High-Tech Startup Density just reinforces for us that Colorado Springs is the place we need to be,” Mbanusi said.
The company has a “Rising Stars program” to recruit and retain young professionals, Mbanusi said.