Nearshore software development services provider Gorilla Logic has begun hiring remote workers in Mexico, with the company’s chief technology officer (CTO) claiming that “they have come to see the world as increasingly borderless and limitless”.
The IT provider looks set to rent a shared office space in Mexico City as well as Guadalajara. The Broomfield, Colorado-based company has operations in Costa Rica and Colombia as well.
Since its founding in 2002, Gorilla Logic has made the most of agile software development methodology, a highly collaborative process requiring real-time communications between developers and clients.
“Blended teams from Mexico, Colombia, and Costa Rica are perfect for our clients that demand Agile development work on a range of projects from web and mobile to big data-driven applications,” stated Gorilla’s CTO Jay Wallingford in a press release.
“We, like many organizations, have become primarily virtual since the pandemic, and have come to see the world as increasingly borderless and limitless.”
Gorilla Logic’s clients include several large US companies, including NBC/Universal, Verizon Wireless, eBay, Frontier Airlines, and JPMorgan, and the company makes most of its money by making web and mobile apps.