Duluth, Minn. (PRWEB) December 01, 2015
Saturn Systems, a national provider of custom software engineering, development and quality assurance services, celebrates its 25th year as a premier provider of high-quality, lower cost domestic programming services.
“Our success and continued growth can be attributed to our strong focus on process and the recruitment and retention of highly skilled software engineers,” said Keith Erickson, President and CEO. “Our customers choose us because we provide a low risk alternative to offshore providers and typically come in 20-40% lower in cost than expensive metro services.”
Saturn’s ability to provide lower cost services is a direct result of their Rural Outsourcing business model. “We are strategically located away from major metro areas, allowing us to operate with reduced infrastructure and employment costs and in turn, we pass those savings on to our clients,” said Scott Risdal, Vice President of Business Development.
Saturn employs software engineers with experience ranging from entry-level to more than 20 years in the industry, allowing them to match the complexity of each client’s project needs with the appropriate experience level, resulting in additional cost savings.
Since opening its doors in 1990, Saturn has added a satellite office in Grand Rapids, Minnesota and has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the U.S. for the past five years.
This year, the company has received recognition as a Best Place to Work from Minnesota Business Magazine and the Minneapolis-based Star Tribune.
About Saturn Systems
Saturn Systems has provided custom software development and quality assurance services in the areas of enterprise solutions, systems integration and device control since 1990. Focusing on core technologies including .NET, Java and C++, and an agile software development process, Saturn provides services across many industry sectors. Based in Duluth, Minnesota, Saturn Systems competes with high cost metro based firms and offshore firms by providing an attractive, lower cost, U.S. based alternative called Rural Outsourcing.