Here’s what makes us super…and what makes us faster.
Super Go Faster is Minnesota’s leading provider of high-end software development resources. For the past 13 years, Super Go Faster has been tenacious about connecting the brightest technology consultants with the hottest software projects. Founded and managed by engineers, Super Go Faster has assembled a network of over 600 top-tier consultants. We are best known for our industry-leading agile developers, but have expanded our offering to include high-end project managers, business analysts, ScrumMasters and DevOps consultants.
Why work with
super go faster?
The Right Candidates – Right Away
We don’t needlessly bombard our clients with resumes. Super Go Faster’s placement rate at our largest customer (Fortune 100 Retailer) is 4:1 submittals per hire. The average for all of the vendors that work with this client is 12:1. We pride ourselves on making sure that we properly understand our clients’ needs before submitting resumes. Our clients indicate that this saves them time and significantly streamlines the hiring process.
Low Margins – High Value
The average margin for IT consultants is 25%*; Super Go Faster’s average margin is 12%. We intentionally keep our overhead low so our clients receive more productive consultants per dollar when they work with Super Go Faster.
Our leadership team has decades of experience building applications, leading teams and solving complex business problems. We love to get our hands dirty! Super Go Faster leadership conducts project audits, leads discovery workshops, provides strategic advice and loves to talk technology over a beer.
Our leadership team and our consultants are passionate about quality. To clients this means lower risk projects, higher velocity, lower total cost of ownership and fewer surprises. Take it from one of Super Go Faster’s largest clients: “[We have] high confidence that the quality of the candidates will be the best and fit well. SGF is more upstanding than other recruiters. Very ethical. High level of trust.”
*Statistic from TechServe Alliance 2015 Operating Practices Report