Every year, Atlanta Inno’s “50 on Fire” list celebrates 50 technology startups that are crushing it in Atlanta. As one of the premiere publications covering local technology, startups, and innovation, they have a pretty good perspective on the matter.
This year, they’ve included 7Factor on their list. It’s official: we’re on fire.
(No really, this fire is fine.)
“I’m extremely proud of our team’s accomplishments in the three years we’ve been serving our customers,” says founder Jeremy Duvall, “and placing on the 50 on Fire list is the highlight so far. I’m looking forward to what this crew can achieve in the next three years!”
The recognition is a testament to what a custom DevOps and cloud-based solutions company can do with high-performing teams of smart engineers, working together in a human-centric culture of quality and grace.
It’s also a validation of the stand we take against the commoditization of software engineering. We make the case daily to our clients and partners that outsourcing to the cheapest coders results in bad — sometimes dangerously bad — software and ultimately hurts their businesses. We invite them instead to invest in our elite teams of engineers, teams who build software right from the beginning to be secure, stable, and scalable.
Our teams solve our clients’ problems and help them seize new opportunities with a deeper understanding of their goals, their users, and their operations. They listen to our clients’ needs, then bring them back even better ideas.
“Working with 7Factor, we plant a seed. ‘This is what we think we need,’ and we have a conversation. They always come back with better ideas, and they’re always thinking about the user perspective.” — Monique Weeks, Associate Vice President, Business and Clinical Solutions, Aveanna Healthcare
In three years, we’ve grown to a staff of 21 brilliant people. We’ve developed solutions for major corporations including Delta Airlines, Home Depot, Cox Automotive, and Aveanna Healthcare. We’ve built the platforms helping other startups succeed too, innovators such as health and wellness marketplace Welnys, fintech innovator iVita Financial, and residential security system startup HandyTrac.
“Their ability to understand and get invested in our goals set them apart from every other dev team I’ve ever worked with. They can place themselves in the mindset of a consumer using this technology… and then they work with us to solve those pains and problems.” — Greg Falconer, President, iVita Financial
“The platform that 7Factor built for us is a gamechanger for corporate wellness programs. They build stuff, and it works.” — Heather Waibel, Founder, Welnys
Recently, we leveraged our healthcare IT expertise to develop an in-house solution to help combat the COVID-19 crisis. WellEntry is a health-screening solution already used by 30,000 healthcare providers, soon to be used by a major food processing plan, and planned for rollout in schools, co-work locations, businesses, and public facilities.
We’ve accomplished a lot in our first three years, and we look forward to the challenges that the next three will bring. Thank you to Atlanta Inno for seeing our fire!
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