Local Software Company Brings High-Tech Jobs to Pittsburgh

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Co-eXprise expands team by drawing on local talent

With the rise of the region’s technology sector, we have been able to expand our team with people coming directly from local universities, as well as experienced professionals from some of the area’s most notable tech companies.

Pittsburgh software company Co-eXprise has announced the expansion of its team with 17 new hires in 2012 and plans to add several more positions in 2013.

Co-eXprise, a provider of direct materials sourcing software for manufacturers, which currently has 44 full-time employees, is capitalizing on the strong technology community in Pittsburgh to grow their talent base. The company has filled positions across several functional areas to add capabilities required to support strategic growth initiatives.

“Pittsburgh has evolved into a recognized center for technology innovation,” said Greg Anderson, President. “With the rise of the region’s technology sector, we have been able to expand our team with people coming directly from local universities, as well as experienced professionals from some of the area’s most notable tech companies.”

Co-eXprise is a member of the Pittsburgh Technology Council and is supporting the locally-launched ‘Rust Built’ initiative which focuses on creating innovation and revitalizing the Rust Belt region.

About Co-eXprise:
Co-eXprise provides sourcing software purpose-built for the manufacturing industry. Its patented platform enables direct material sourcing, secure collaboration between internal teams and suppliers, and configurable workflow automation of key supporting processes. Companies using Co-eXprise enjoy measurable sourcing savings, compliance, and efficiency gains. To see what you can achieve with Co-eXprise, visit http://www.co-exprise.com.

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Kristen DeLucia
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