BOSTON -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Ameritas Technologies (Ameritas), a pioneering firm in the domestic IT outsourcing industry, today announced the appointment of Stephanie T. Moore to the position of President. Recognized as the preeminent expert on global sourcing issues, Stephanie will work to establish Ameritas as a leader in the IT services industry by focusing on US-based software development as a superior alternative to offshore delivery. Ameritas Technologies believes that many IT projects are better suited to US delivery where time zone proximity facilitates communications during highly iterative and collaborative software development projects. This trend towards domestic IT outsourcing is creating high-quality American jobs and is helping to revitalize our economy.
Stephanie joins Ameritas from Forrester Research where she has helped thousands of IT and business executives navigate the dynamic IT services and outsourcing market for more than 15 years. “I am thrilled to join Ameritas just as the IT services and outsourcing market enters its next generation. Ameritas’ US-based approach to IT service delivery will provide better quality, higher productivity, faster time to market and better total cost of ownership to clients while at the same time help to create thousands of US technology jobs.”
Brian Keane, Ameritas’ founder and CEO said, “We are delighted to have Stephanie join the Ameritas team. Her experience, understanding of client needs, and passion will help ensure that we are always creating maximum value for our clients.”
About Ameritas Technologies
Ameritas Technologies delivers high performance, domestic outsourcing services for mission-critical IT projects. Via an onshore development and delivery approach, clients benefit from improved quality, productivity, greater convenience and higher responsiveness to their dynamic business needs. The Ameritas model creates long-term career paths and economic opportunities for its employees that will strengthen surrounding regions, expand the pool of technical resources and rebuild US IT capabilities.