Access to onshore software engineering talent, when and how you need it

Who We Are

100% onshore for 20 years, Surge – a Catalyte company has the on-demand technical resources to help you meet your business goals. Our highly vetted network of software engineering resources quickly integrate into your organization to help you address immediate and continuing initiatives.

With no minimum term or commitment, you have the flexibility to scale up/down on demand. Our qualified engineers, QA specialists, project managers, UI/UX experts and full agile teams are ready to start immediately.

UI/UX Design
QA/Automated Testing
Agile Project Management
Database Administration

How We Engage

Flexible Payments
1. Tell us your needs
From a single web developer to multiple agile teams; designers and analysts to PMs and QA engineers; senior to junior level. We have the depth and breadth you need to get the job done.
Programming Staffing Needs
2. We find the best fit
Surge selects the best available resources to fit your project requirements.
Review Candidates
3. Get to work fast
Surge is ready to start usually within one week, quickly integrating with your team.
Get the Work Done
4. Grow to meet your demand
With no minimum term or commitment, you have the flexibility to scale up/down quickly and conveniently.

What People Are Saying

Randy Gross
CIO and EVP of Cert Ops at CompTIA
Trust to me is more important than anything. Surge has never let us down in three years. They always deliver against time and budget. They communicated honestly with us, asking upfront questions that increased the pace of value delivery. And they provided the flexibility to work within the ways CompTIA does business. This built trust and allowed us to develop tools and platforms that touch our entire exam development and delivery program.

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A piano and standard laptop keyboard have just about the same number of keys, 88. As a classically trained pianist and product owner, Abby Edwards has moved from one keyboard to the other. But in this transition, she's never lost sight that both are creative instruments that can inspire and bring joy to people's lives. You can read her full story here (an excerpt is below) and learn why you should embrace your artistic side, no matter how technical your role is. Don't lose your artistic spark in a technical world Staying creative will bring satisfaction to your work and…

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“Prioritization of work” is an important Agile concept. It helps ensure teams complete work that is most important to the business first. However, many people still conflate the prioritization of important work with work that delivers business value. Business value is the combination of all economic, human and intangible forms of importance to the business. In an agile or scrum methodology, all these dimensions contribute value to each feature. Prioritization is the process of putting the card with the highest business value ahead of the next most important card. In this way, the backlog reflects story cards in the order…

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How to find great QA engineers who can keep problems from slipping into production before they impact your bottom line, brand reputation or development capabilities. What makes a great QA engineer? What qualities do they possess that elevate them above just average testers? We’ve compiled six traits of a great QA engineer. 1. Inquisitive Asks, “What if…?” to better understand the product or the requirements. Questions bad practices. Finds defects by wondering what will happen if you do things differently. 2. Thorough Obsessed with checking work, recreating defects to verify them and testing everything that needs to be tested. Not…

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IT must make it easier for business to meet the ever-increasing pace of changing customer/user demands. Who controls the flow of information, technology and innovation in the enterprise: business or IT? It’s a fight as old as the circuit board itself. The relationship between business and IT becomes more complicated as organizations pursue digital transformation. The increasing pace of technological change makes it harder for the business to meet changing customer/user demands. It also makes it more difficult for the business to identify the most current technologies or methods to develop the platforms, services and/or applications that make a difference…

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