Catalyte provides onshore agile application services working onsite with clients or from development centers in Baltimore, Md. and Portland, Ore. Catalyte applies big data to team assembly in order to transform productivity and quality, delivering better results at or lower prices.
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Latest Catalyte News
Jan 16, 2023
Share After a year of a successful partnership between the two companies, Catalyte has acquired The Agency Shop, a digital marketing consultancy. This move bolsters Catalyte’s expanding digital marketing business unit supplying leading digital agencies and in-house media departments with the high-quality and diverse talent they need to succeed. The founders of The Agency Shop, Eric Yang, Lance Hollander and Kevin Woo, will join Catalyte’s leadership team. “The Agency Shop came to us with the idea that we could apply our market-tested process for uncovering, unlocking and unleashing software development talent to the digital marketing industry,” said Matthew Derella , CEO of Catalyte. “The results have far exceeded anyone’s expectations. Not only did their deep industry knowledge allow us to spin up this new business unit virtually overnight, their connections and understanding of agency needs allowed us to immediately deploy our highly-vetted and productive digital media planners into some of the world’s largest agencies. Now that we’re officially one team, we will continue to build off of these successful pilot projects and deliver the high quality, diverse talent agencies need.” According to recent research by the World Federation of Advertisers, the industry, “Is struggling to attract and retain the talent we need at all levels.” Eighty-five percent of agencies surveyed responded that there is scarcity of talent within their organization. Further challenging agencies is a lack of diversity due to the fact that the, “Percentage of minorities in the advertising and marketing industries has lagged the general population percentages.” “Catalyte offers a proven solution to the digital media industry for both the talent and diversity crisis,” said Eric Yang. “For over 20 years, Catalyte has been able to pinpoint individuals from all backgrounds who could be successful in the tech industry. We can now leverage that technology and process to create a whole new, high-quality and diverse talent pool for advertising agencies. No one else can even find this talent, much less transform them into contributing digital media specialists in just eight weeks.”
Catalyte Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Catalyte founded?
Catalyte was founded in 2000.
Where is Catalyte's headquarters?
Catalyte's headquarters is located at 502 S Sharp Street, Baltimore.
What is Catalyte's latest funding round?
Catalyte's latest funding round is Convertible Note - II.
How much did Catalyte raise?
Catalyte raised a total of $63.19M.
Who are the investors of Catalyte?
Investors of Catalyte include Nobska Ventures, Palm Drive Capital, Revolution Rise Of The Rest Seed Fund, Expon Capital, Salem Investment Partners and 6 more.
Who are Catalyte's competitors?
Competitors of Catalyte include Guild Education and 8 more.
Compare Catalyte to Competitors
Outlier develops university-level courses taught online by educators. Its courses employ engaging content and educational technology to create an immersive, student-friendly learning experience. It features transferable courses, learning at the user's own pace, and an online interactive textbook.
Guild enables employers to offer education as a benefit and tuition reimbursement to their employees via a technology platform that allows HR leaders to track outcomes data – including recruitment, retention, and promotion – to measure the return on educational benefits. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Denver, Colorado.
Vinco is a corporate benefits company that aims to connect employees at Latin American companies with online education opportunities.
Udacity offers free online courses in Computer Science, Mathematics, General Sciences, Programming and Entrepreneurship. Udacity's mission is to bring accessible, affordable, engaging and highly effective learning to the world. The company, headquartered in Silicon Valley, works with industry leaders including AT&T, Google, Facebook, Salesforce.com and Cloudera to build technology classes that are designed to advance lifelong learning. It was based in 2011 and is founded in Mountain View, California.
BenchPrep offers a platform that delivers interactive and personalized courses on the web, mobile and tablets in partnership with educational publishers.
OpenClassrooms is a French platform for massive open online courses (MOOC). The company offers 850 online courses on its platform.
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