Motifworks recognized as One of the Largest Software Developers by Baltimore Business Journal

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Baltimore Business Journal’s New List of Largest Software Development Companies Ranks Motifworks at 19th Largest
Towson, MD March 10, 2014

Motifworks, a technology services firm that partners with companies to accelerate their product development focusing on cloud and mobil, has been designated one of the Baltimore region’s top 50 largest software developers. The Baltimore Business Journal, which publishes an annual ranking of top 50 software development Baltimore firms based on total revenue, lists Motifworks at number 19.  More than 100 companies were surveyed for the annual feature that ranks companies by 2013 software revenue.

“We’re very grateful to be included in the Baltimore Business Journal’s new ranking,” said Nitin Agarwal, Motifworks CEO. “More than anything, this designation is a tribute to our customers. This is really about how we collaborate with our customers to help them fuel their product development in cloud and mobile and drive business success.”

Motifworks, based in Baltimore, MD, serves software product companies as well as enterprise companies in a variety of industries, including financial services, mortgage services, collections and foreclosure management, legal, retail and education technology. Motifworks’ customers are as diverse as Microsoft, Sears, SafeNet, Weltman, and GlobalScholar as well as small startups working with emerging and disruptive technologies.

To read more about the Baltimore Business Journal’s list, click here.

About Motifworks
Motifworks builds cloud and mobile solutions. We help move your applications and infrastructure to the cloud to accelerate time to market, fuel efficiencies and drive business growth. Bringing startup like energy and a process-driven approach, combined with our deep expertise in cloud and mobile platforms, we enable companies to innovate and build better solutions faster.

Media Contact: Andrew Hoffman

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