Next-Generation IT staffing firm’s talent sourcing and development model to be accelerated through university partnerships
An IT training and staffing firm focused on high-demand coding and software development professionals, Revature blends accelerated learning with labor market intelligence to provide job seekers with the skills and competencies required to succeed in the workforce.
Founded in 2003, Revature delivers coding and software development engineers to the Fortune 500, government organizations, and top systems integrators competing for tech talent. Unique to IT professional services organizations, the company’s model incorporates free pre-hire training for candidates who meet aptitude benchmarks, allowing job seekers with or without any technology or computer science background to develop foundational coding skills and receive mentoring from seasoned professionals in one of the company’s 22 enterprise-driven online training pathways.
“We are delighted to partner with University Ventures, Eden Capital and USA Funds to help our clients close critical skills gaps and help more job seekers reach their potential,” said Srikanth Ramachandran, founder and CEO of Revature.
Revature’s approach also requires that all candidates, regardless of their background, attend free intensive 10-week on-ground bootcamps, where they receive custom training on enterprise technologies required by employers, as well as key soft skills. Upon completion, candidates are hired by Revature and staffed at industry-leading clients. Revature currently employs over 500 software engineers, trained on high-demand enterprise technologies that are critical for client success.
“Revature’s unique business model has great potential to not only close the IT skills gap, but transform how we train and place job candidates,” said Dina Said, founder of Eden Capital. “With impressive and sustainable partnerships in place with leading corporations, Revature is well- positioned to scale quickly.”
“Colleges and universities pride themselves on inculcating the critical thinking, problem solving and executive function skills that help students get their fifth job,” said Ryan Craig, Managing Director at University Ventures. “But in today’s job market, unless students get a good first job, the path to their fifth job is likely to be less successful. As a result, colleges and universities must focus on providing students with the hard skills employers are demanding for first jobs in the fastest growing sectors. This is exactly what Revature provides: no-risk pathways for college students to well-paid first jobs in the fastest growing sector of the economy.”
“With students from over 600 universities placed or hired and nearly 1,000 more students currently engaged in Revature’s training programs, the company is already significantly enhancing the return on students’ investments in their college educations – at no additional cost to students, their families or their universities,” said Bill Hansen, USA Funds president and CEO. “USA Funds looks forward to working with Revature to help tens of thousands of additional college students complete their degrees and jumpstart their careers.”
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