Moose Labs Announces Six Months of Double Digit Month-on-Month Revenue Growth, New Customers

Kansas City software engineering organization helps new clients, including Church of the Resurrection, with website design, app and software development, e-commerce integration, the start-up MVP process and business process optimization.

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“We don’t go into projects with preconceived notions of what software and services a client will need. Instead we listen to their challenges, understand their goals and then suggest the best, most cost effective way forward.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

When Kansas City entrepreneur and Solomon Consulting Group CEO Grant Gordon development industry veteran Jarrod Eyler and a group of fellow professionals founded Moose Labs in June 2013, they aimed to help Silicon Prairie startups that needed software development to reach the MVP stage. Little did they know that the company’s services would not only meet this need, but would also expand to include e-commerce platform integration, website design and optimization and a host of other services that would fuel six months of month-on-month double digit growth. Eyler, Moose Labs CTO, explored the reasons for the instant success of Moose Labs:

“We don’t go into projects with preconceived notions of what software and services a client will need,” Eyler said. “Instead we listen to their challenges, understand their goals and then suggest the best, most cost effective way forward, focusing on open communication and project management every step of the way.”

This collaborative approach across a broad range of software and web development offerings – including e-commerce and application development and modernization and mobile development services – has enabled Moose Labs customers to meet or exceed their business development goals. In the past few months, Moose Labs has added its first clients in new industries, including its first non-profit customer, Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kan., which needed a new and more interactive website.

To enable Moose Labs to keep up with its expanding customer base, the organization recently added an additional project manager and moved into new office space in Johnson County, Kan. Gordon revealed that the company’s rapid and continued expansion has been achieved by clients sharing their success stories with peers in the Kansas City business community.

“Moose Labs has achieved double digit month-on-month growth because of word of mouth and online referrals,” Gordon said. “We aim to continue this organic progression in the next six months and to hire new staff, including a creative designer and an interactive web developer, to meet increased customer demand for our services.”

About Moose Labs
Moose Labs is a full service software development company based in Kansas City. They provide software architecture, design, and development services to solve real world business problems. Learn more at http://www.mooselabs.net


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