The New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) has selected Object Frontier Software (OFS) as a finalist for its 2012 ‘Large Company of the Year’ Award to be announced at its annual gala event on November 15th.
Online PR News – 30-September-2012 – Jersey City, NJ. – The New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) has selected Object Frontier Software (OFS) as a finalist for its 2012 ‘Large Company of the Year’ Award to be announced at its annual gala event on November 15th. The NJTC created this event to honor, celebrate and recognize leading technology companies in the Mid-Atlantic region.
OFS, a trusted provider of software product development services, is honored to be acknowledged by its peers for the hard work and integrity it brings to all its customer engagements. OFS appreciates the recognition of a community of such esteemed business leaders and is inspired by them to continually strive further and work harder. Rich Napoli, CEO of OFS in the Americas, said, “We’re not trying to be the biggest or most profitable, but rather to be considered the most ethical provider of software services in the US and elsewhere. Our progress towards this goal is measured by our performance, and it’s a real honor to be recognized by the NJTC for our efforts.”
OFS provides software-enabled businesses with product engineering skills to help build web-based and mobile software products ( iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows ) that drive revenue for their business. In 2009, OFS (www.objectfrontier.com) began executing a strategy for growth by hiring sales and delivery experts, putting new processes and infrastructure in place, and growing its offshore team substantially to prepare for new business. As a result, OFS has expanded rapidly in the North American market, adding several multi-billion dollar companies to its client list. OFS has tripled in size since then and now has a team of over 350 professionals spread across its US offices in New Jersey, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, and its offshore facility in Chennai, India.
The New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) provides business support, networking opportunities, information, advocacy, and recognition of technology companies and their leaders. Founded in 1996, NJTC's member companies work together to support their own enterprises while advancing New Jersey's status as a leading technology center in the United States. www.njtc.org