ATLANTA, November 1, 2013 – Rural Sourcing, the leading domestic IT sourcing company focused on cost-effective onshore software development and support,was featured in the 2nd annual Inc. Hire Power Awards, recognizing the private businesses that have generated the most jobs in the past three years.
Rural Sourcing generated 73 jobs in the period from January 1st, 2012 through June 30th, 2013, placing it among the top 5 private business job creators within the state of Georgia and the top 20 job creators in the IT Services sector. “We have experienced firsthand the economic impact of Rural Sourcing’s tremendous growth here in Augusta. They’ve been a catalyst for the tech community and we look forward to their continued success,” commented Deke Copenhaver, Mayor of Augusta, Georgia.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that only 222,000 full-time jobs were added in 2012; however, it is impressive to note that the honorees of the Inc. magazine’s Hire Power Awards created 69,182 jobs between January 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. These small to mid-sized companies and other just like RSI are essential to restoring America’s economic vitality.
“For the second year in a row, we are pleased to recognize the employers who are putting Americans back to work,” says Eric Schurenberg, Editor-in-Chief of Inc. “The Hire Power Awards are the only awards that single out job creators. We think it’s fitting to pay tribute to company leaders not just for their business prowess but also for their immense contribution to the welfare of U.S. workers and the vitality of the U.S. economy.”
Rural Sourcing is among the 437 private companies that are Hire Power Award honorees who are harnessing their growth by leading the way in creating more American jobs. Rural Sourcing, along with the other winners will be honored at an awards ceremony sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch in November in San Francisco.
“We appreciate Inc.’s recognition of our mission and our success at putting Americans to work in the IT sector. We are seeing a tremendous growth and interest in stemming the tide of complex systems work going offshore and instead creating those software development jobs here in the United States,” said Monty P. Hamilton, Rural Sourcing’s CEO.
The Inc. Hire Power Award is for US-based, private companies (both for profit and non-profit). Companies must have been founded in 2011 or earlier and have employed at least 10 full-time US-based employees as of December 31, 2012. These companies must complete the Employee Verification Report.
Award categories include most jobs created in the US, most jobs created by state, most jobs created by industry and highest employee growth percentage. Companies featured in Inc.’s November issue represent the top tier winners for the Higher Power Award and a complete list of the winners can be found on http://www.Inc.com.
About Rural Sourcing
Rural Sourcing (RSI), backed by Bain Capital Double Impact, is the leading provider of outsourced digital engineering to build, deploy and support digital applications, products and experiences. RSI’s unique onshore delivery model is U.S.-based, accessing untapped and underleveraged technology talent in Middle America cities. By providing an alternative to offshore outsourcing, RSI eliminates the obstacles of time zones, distance, language, and geopolitical risks. Scrum-as-a-Service®, RSI’s unique engagement framework for Agile software development, provides rapid and flexible deployment of multidisciplinary teams via an elastic consumption model and predictable monthly pricing. The company provides world-class solutions for technology-centric and Fortune 1000 clients across various industries including Life & Health Sciences, High-Tech, Logistics and Transportation, and Financial Services.
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