GoodWorkLabs Opens Office In San Francisco Bay Area, USA

by on December 30th, 2013

GoodWorkLabs, the leading outsourced product development and consulting firm, establishes its office in Fremont, California to support its rapid growth in the USA. The office will mainly look after the business development, sales and client engagement for the Silicon Valley region and rest of the USA eventually.

‘GoodWorkLabs has doubled its revenues in the last quarter and we see tremendous demand for high-end product development and UX design services in 2014. A good percentage of our clients are from the United States and especially Silicon Valley (San Francisco Bay Area) and our office in the heart of Bay Area will go a long way in establishing our presence and provide great service and support to our growing client base,’ said Vishwas Mudagal, CEO of GoodWorkLabs.

The firm has roped in Ravi Makadia as the Director of Sales & Project Management for United States. ‘Ravi comes with vast experience in technology management, sales and business development. More importantly, he embodies our culture of driving and delivering innovation and excellence. We are aggressive with our growth plans in the US and our Bay Area office is a key step towards creating a leadership position in the US market,’ commented Sonia Sharma, MD of GoodWorkLabs.

‘Bay Area startups and tech firms need high-end product outsourcing partners who can deliver innovative and top quality software. This is critical for their success and GoodWorkLabs has the ability to deliver just that. Effective client engagement and providing sales support will be a key function of Fremont office to begin with. I am excited to be a part of scaling a young and dynamic company,’ said Ravi Makadia.

About GoodWorkLabs

GoodWorkLabs is a disruptive software lab that delivers cutting-edge product development and solutions for customers globally. The firm specializes in Custom Software Development, Ruby on Rails Development, Java Development, Mobile Apps Development, Games Development, UX Design and Consulting.

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