About CapTech

A local firm making good

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. In less than 20 years, the pair have grown the firm into a full-service IT consultancy which specializes in IT Management Consulting, Systems Integration, and Data Management. Today, the firm still serves its first large clients in financial services and health care, and has expanded into state and federal government, retail, consumer products, and hospitality.


The CapTech Way

Underpinning the firm's success and growth in recent years is a formalized project methodology, known as the CapTech Way. Presented in the form of a wheel, the methodology divides projects into four major segments, from initiation to release: Analyze the problem, Model a solution; Realize the solution; and Verify and Validate prior to release. Each stage also has a review and acceptance stage built in at the end of each segment.

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. The CapTech Way has evolved to take advantage of the now trendy agile development approaches. According to the firm, its nimble culture is a plus in making projects successful.

That iterative, detail-oriented approach isn't reserved simply for project work, however: 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



July 2014

CapTechers Win TME Hackathon Challenge in Charlotte, NC , Going to Nationals in Vegas

Open Innovation is the most powerful business model of the century and it has the potential to create and foster the next new hubs of economic activity. The Money Event Challenges enable the creation and growth of vibrant ecosystems for Open Innovation in Commerce by bringing together local talent and technology at the intersection of Money and Mobility.

CapTechers Trey Robinson and Robbie Lowery from our Charlotte, NC Office participated in TME Hackathon Challenge in Charlotte, NC in May. Trey and Robbie's team won, and were given the opportunity to present at The Money Event at Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas September 9th - 11th.


February 2014

Presented at TDWI's Big Data Analytics Solution Summit

CapTech Senior Manager, Todd Homa will be presented at TDWI's Big Data Analytics Solution Summit on March 9, 2014 in Savannah, GA. Todd is a Data Architect with over 17 years experience designing and implementing complex data solutions. His most recent white paper, 'When Big Data Equals Big Money Waste' was published by Information Week and can be read in full here.

The case study Todd will present, 'Lessons Learned: The Impact of Introducing Cassandra to the Enterprise on Business & Analytics,' explains how CapTech partnered with a Fortune 50 Telecommunications company to architect a solution to their technical challenge.


March 24, 2014

Offers lessons for successful digital experience outcomes

Principal Analyst, David Aponovich highlights firms that offer lessons for successful digital experience outcomes in the report entitled: "Five Lessons For Achieving Successful Digital Customer Experience Technology Results."

The report identifies CapTech as the digital partner that is working with US-based gas and electric utility, Dominion to "reorient the company to improve how it delivers digital experience initiatives." Establishing a "unified digital operating model instead of a siloed approach to digital customer experience" is key, said Brian Bischoff, managing director of CapTech, who was quoted in the report.


September, 2013

Leading example of a boutique mobility provider

Forrester Research, Inc. included CapTech as a leading example of a boutique mobility provider in its report: "The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Mobility Services, Q1 2013".

The report identifies CapTech as one of six examples of technology boutiques that excel at mobile development. Forrester notes that mobility service buyers may want to consider these smaller companies that can offer attention from their top executives and greater flexibility in pricing and delivery mode.

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