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Colorado Companies to Watch spotlight: Gorilla Logic Inc.


Snapshot: Gorilla Logic is an enterprise application development company that specializes in Web and mobile applications for Fortune 500 companies. It works across multiple industries such as automotive, finance, media and e-commerce.

Leadership: Stu Stern has been CEO since 2002, the year he and three other former Sun Microsystems executives founded the Boulder company. Revenue grew 70 percent last year and is projected to increase 56 percent this year.

Pivotal moment: In March, Gorilla Logic launched Continuous QA Cloud: the industry’s first Quality as a Service (QaaS) offering that tests and tracks the quality of mobile apps across iPhone, iPad and Android platforms.

Technological edge: Gorilla Logic’s open-source products are the only free functional, automated, record/playback test tools for native iPad, iPhone and Adobe Flex apps. Automating tests saves customers time, money and resources.

Company culture: "One of the key tenets to the company’s culture is creating an environment where teamwork and collaboration are encouraged and celebrated." Gorilla Logic began donating to charitable organizations on behalf of its clients in lieu of traditional holiday gifts.

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