PROVIDENCE – Software and application design agency MojoTech last week announced four new hires, as the company continues to expand its team to keep pace with a growing roster of clients.
Founded in 2008, MojoTech creates full-featured Web and mobile apps on behalf of its clients, which range from startups and aspiring startups to Fortune 100 companies. MojoTech has risen from a startup on Kishfy’s patio in 2008 to a $2.4 million business in 2012, and last year MojoTech was named one of PBN’s fastest-growing Rhode Island companies.
In March, MojoTech hired Jack Parker as a MojoTech developer, and on May 8 the startup announced the addition of Fabián Cañas and Carlos Gomes of Providence and Christopher Eldridge of Wakefield to the development team.
In their roles as MojoTech developers, the three new hires will create full-featured web and mobile apps for clients on multiple platforms and collaborate with the rest of the MojoTech development team to turn clients’ ideas into reality.
In addition, T.J. Sondermann of Providence, has joined MojoTech to lead the agency’s marketing efforts.
“I’m excited to welcome these new additions to our growing team,” said Nick Kishfy, founder and CEO of MojoTech. “MojoTech is committed to the Providence community, and we’re thrilled to continue hiring Rhode Island residents and introducing local students to the technology industry through our internship program. I look forward to collaborating with our new team members to better serve our clients and their needs.”