ThoughtWorks Announces Denver Expansion
ThoughtWorks, a global technology company, has announced the opening of its business operations in Denver and recently joined Colorado Technology Association as a member. The company spent months embedded in the local business and technology community to fully absorb the innovative growth happening in the greater Denver metro area.
The greater Denver-metro area and Boulder are in the midst of an exciting era of growth in technology, business development and entrepreneurship. Affordable cost of living, an educated workforce, attractive outdoors-lifestyle and progressive municipal initiatives are bringing in waves of top-level technical talent. ThoughtWorks focuses on nurturing local talent and being an important civic partner to local schools and communities. Denver has emerged as an important hub for Thoughtworks mission to empower future technology leaders and help organizations tackle their hardest business problems. The company also has made Forbes' list as a top company for women in technology.
The opening of the Denver office continues ThoughtWorks growth in North America, adding to existing offices in Chicago, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco & Dallas. ThoughtWorks has hired Chandy Ghosh, a well-known CIO & speaker in the Denver community as the Executive Partner to lead ThoughtWorks business growth in Colorado. Chandy is a mentor as part of the Denver Business Journal’s 2016 Top 40 Most Influential Women, was nominated as 2016 Most Outstanding Women in Business and has been a speaker at CTA's Women in Technology Conference.
“For some time we have watched as Denver and surrounding communities have leapt to the forefront of the digital era. We are thrilled to launch our new office in downtown Denver,” said Joanna Parke, Managing Director of North America. “Our Denver team consists of a diverse mix of consultants and designers who will continue to partner with new and existing clients in media/telecommunications, retail, travel, and cloud services.”