CapTech at a Glance


  • "Exciting career opportunities."
  • "Interesting clients and work. Great people."
  • "Opportunity to launch and grow an office."
  • "Positive atmosphere."


  • "Back-office tools to support growth."
  • "Lack of national presence."
  • "Salary could be more competitive."
  • "Unclear career advancement."

The Buzz

  • "High quality IT firm."
  • "Heard it was a good place to work."
  • "Young."
  • "Data warehouse."

About CapTech

Richmond, VA-based CapTech was founded in 1997 by two colleagues at Accenture-Sandy Williamson and Slaughter Fitz-Hugh-with a focus building corporate internet applications and data warehouse solutions. Today, the firm is an award-winning a national IT management consulting firm that bridges the gap between business and technology. CapTech is partnering with some of the world's most successful companies to design, develop, and manage technical and digital solutions that delight customers, drive insights, and meet strategic objectives.. According to the firm, its "collaborative approach helps organizations grow their business, engage with customers and turn data into powerful insights." 

"Others talk, we listen." 

The firm's tagline is "Others Talk, We Listen"-although the firm maintains that the ethos goes far beyond a tagline, and serves as the foundation for all client engagement. At the start of every project, CapTech aims to develop a deep understanding of the goals and assets unique to the client. According to the firm, this leads to teams intrinsically blending with client organizations to build success together. The approach is built on collaborative partnerships in order to help clients succeed on their terms.

Formal methodologies have changed since the firm's beginning, but its founders always believed that the best business systems are built when business and technology experts collaborate in agile teams. According to the firm, its nimble culture is key in making projects successful. 

CapTech also has a formalized commitment to its employees around work-life balance. The firm operates a "work where you live" policy, which aims to reduce travel for employees to client sites, and it also sets billable hours targets at 40 hours per week for consultants-considerably fewer than at many other comparable firms in the industry. In 2017, CapTech shifted to a culture of coaching, providing clarity around career paths and goal alignment to the company strategy.


August 2017

Forrester Research Includes CapTech in Vendor Landscape Digital Experience Services Providers 2017

In a landscape of hundreds Digital Experience service providers, CapTech was proud to be included in Forrester Research, Inc.'s recent report: Vendor Landscape: Digital Experience Service Providers, 2017. The report highlights Forrester's list of the 57 biggest and most important digital experience service providers and recommends strategies for companies to select the right vendor to meet their needs.

Forrester research shows that 90% of digital experience decision makers are outsourcing the design, build and management of digital experiences. CapTech partners with some of the world's most successful companies to design, develop, and manage technical and digital solutions that delight customers, drive insights, and meet strategic objectives. With offices and delivery centers across the U.S., we bring expert consultants to every engagement to develop a deep understanding of the goals and assets unique to each client. We tailor custom solutions to maximize the impact of our clients' investment.

Read the full report on

July 2017

Fellow Jack Cox talks Image Recognition on KAHI-AM 950 Radio

On Tuesday, July 18, Fellow Jack Cox joined radio host Casey Freelove on KAHI-AM 950's Afternoon News show to talk about artificial intelligence and image recognition. In the interview, Jack discusses the practical applications for image recognition for enterprise and government, and how organizations can implement image recognition the right way.
Jack recently co-authored a research study, Image Recognition Services: Searching for Value Amid the Hype, with Chris Heinz and Kevin Vaughn, that provided an unbiased assessment of image recognition services commercially available today and recommendations for entities looking to adopt image recognition and machine learning.

Click here to listen. 

July 2017

New Mobile App Designed by Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialists Provides Innovative Tool for Parents to Teach Their Teens to Drive Safely

Atlanta's Shepherd Center, a top 10 rehabilitation hospital for people with spinal cord and brain injury, launches free app to help prevent automobile accidents and injuries. 

Shepherd Center has developed a free, first-of-its-kind mobile app that will guide parents on how to better teach their teenagers to become safe drivers. 

Partnering with the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) and IT management consulting firm CapTech, Shepherd Center's certified driver rehabilitation specialists and injury prevention experts used their specialized training to create AutoCoach, an innovative app that makes it easier for adults to effectively teach their teens to drive defensively and safely.  

AutoCoach tracks training hours, as well as night driving hours, which in Georgia is a prerequisite for obtaining a driver's license. The app's curriculum is applicable in all 50 U.S. states. AutoCoach is available as a free download in the Apple App and Google Play stores.  

Learn more at

Click here to learn more about CapTech's work on AutoCoach

June 2017

CapTech Receives 2017 Washington Post Top Workplace Award for the Second Year 

CapTech was recognized on The Washington Post "Top Workplaces" list for the second consecutive year. In its fourth annual rankings, the Post highlights employers with the highest employee survey ratings in the Greater Washington, D.C. area. 

To read more about The Washington Post's 2017 Top Workplaces, visit

April 2017

CapTech Recognized in Forbes 2017 America's Best Management Consulting Firms

For the second year in a row, Forbes included CapTech on its list of The Best Management Consulting Firms for 2017. Forbes, working with Statista, reviewed more than 7,000 consulting firm partners and narrowed their list of the best to 234 America's Best Management Consulting Firms. 

February 2017

CapTech Announces Expansion and New Client Delivery Center in Denver, Colorado

CapTech announced the opening of its new Denver office and client delivery center. The company is now located in 11 major markets across the United States. 

Between the addition of new Denver clients and the delivery center that will serve both local and national clients, CapTech is looking to create over 50 new jobs for creative and technical talent over the next 2 years. "Denver is a growing market with exceptional creative and technical talent, with a diversified set of Fortune 1000 companies spanning the many industries we serve," said CapTech CEO Kevin McQueen. "Additionally, Denver is a great hub to the West Coast where a growing number of our clients are based, so a delivery center in this time zone improves our ability to serve Midwest and west coast clients." 

Running CapTech's expansion to the market is Denver Office Leader is Greg Kintzele, who has lived and worked in Denver for more than 20 years. "As we continue to grow our client base in the market, we see significant growth opportunities leveraging CapTech's strengths in healthcare, energy, local government, and financial services. The depth of our experience in digital solutions, enterprise architecture, and data add to our ability to help companies drive innovation, making us a great alternative to the local startups," said Kintzele.

The new office is located in the Elephant Corral office building at 1444 Wazee Street, Suite 215, Denver, CO 80202. For more information, contact Greg Kintzele.

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7100 Forest Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226
Phone: 1 (844) 373-4025
Fax: (804) 282-0502


  • Employer Type: Private
  • Founding Principal, Chair: Sandy Williamson
  • Founding Principal: Slaughter Fitz-Hugh
  • CEO: Kevin McQueen
  • 2017 Employees: 800

  • Major Departments & Practices
    Technology Solutions
    Mobile & Devices
    Services & APIs
    Web Content & Collaboration
    Customer Engagement
    Strategy & Innovation
    Design & Development
    Management & Optimization
    Data & Analytics
    Big Data
    Data Analysis & Governance
    Data Engineering
    Data Science & Visualization
    Data Strategy & Architecture
    Agile Transformation & Coaching
    Organizational Change Management
    Program Governance & Strategy
    Risk & Compliance
    IT Service Management
    SalesForce Enablement

Major Office Locations

  • Richmond, VA(HQ)
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Chicago, IL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Denver, CO
  • Orlando, FL
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Washington, DC
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