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Tiempo Development Adds Deployment and Support Services to Provide the Full Spectrum of Agile Development Solutions

TEMPE, AZ -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- Tiempo Development, a premium agile, nearshore software development company, announces the additions of deployment and support to its lineup of offerings. The newly added services give clients a convenient, all-in-one solution to bring their products to market quickly and scale as fast as they can handle. Businesses can now partner with Tiempo to both develop and deploy their software solutions, while also enjoying highly capable Tier 2 and Tier 3 support services on the back end. Tiempo's agile development processes, defined by Tiempo Quality System (TQS) 2.0, combined with its nearshore resources, mean developers better understand U.S. client requirements and can deliver fast, high quality software for cloud companies.

"Tiempo is wholly committed to agile methodologies, which allow us to streamline and improve software development. Layering on deployment as well as Tier 2 and 3 support was the next logical step to include in TQS 2.0, as we are now a true, full service platform that can better provide for our clients' needs," says Cliff Schertz, CEO and founder of Tiempo Development. "We've been working toward this initiative over the past few years and feel that by offering this suite of additional services to our clients we can continue to delight them while they focus on their core business issues."

Tiempo Quality System 2.0 addresses the top three key components of bringing a product to market:

  • Development of Software - Tiempo provides world-class development with a variety of platforms including Microsoft, Java, PHP and more. The company specializes in building cloud-based applications.

  • Professional Services - Tiempo addresses extending their clients' deployment teams through customization, data migration and upgrades along with cross-application workflow integration and process analysis.

  • Support Services - Since Tiempo already has product expertise through their development efforts, adding level 2 and 3 support is a natural progression. This means clients can have peace of mind knowing their customers' technical needs are being adequately addressed.

Tiempo has been helping successful, fast-growth software companies bring their products to market for six years. The company has a team of more than 200 highly talented developers distributed through offices in Monterrey, Hermosillo and Saltillo, Mexico. Tiempo combines the cost benefits of nearshore development with real, agile development expertise and eliminates the pains of different time zones and culture clashes. By adding in deployment and support, Tiempo has now become a more valuable, full service resource for its growing client base.

About Tiempo Development
Tiempo Development provides software companies with a powerful, integrated platform of services that transforms the way products are developed, deployed and supported. Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, Tiempo operates three software centers in northern Mexico, and was nationally recognized in both 2011 and 2012 as one of Inc. Magazine's 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. Through its proven technology expertise, advanced processes and trusted nearshore talent, Tiempo accelerates the way software companies operationalize and scale, to deliver higher-quality software, faster time-to-market, and increased profitability.

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