Chordify (pronounced kawr-de-fy) exists for a very simple but vital purpose - enabling seamless business growth. Like a musical chord which combines notes to bring melody to music, we help businesses run efficiently by providing the vital ingredient of any growing business - good people.

What do we do?

We help address one of the most vexing challenges in a growing business, namely finding the right talent at the right time.

What is the secret to our success?

Experience: The founding team brings a combined 50 years of IT services and projects experience. During these years, we have hired- full time and contractors combined- upward of 3000 IT professionals over the past 15 years.

Database of professionals: We have our own network and database of highly talented professionals who are seldom listed on standard job boards.

Interview ready: We take our candidates through interviews and reference checks before presenting them to our clients. We make sure that the client spends just the optimum time to select the right candidate- no sifting through a pile of resumes or talking to a number of candidates.

Contract, Contract-to-hire or Direct Hires?

We do all of the above. Our primary goal is to work seamlessly with our clients’ hiring team to meet their immediate needs. Depending on the needs- rapid hiring, short duration project teams or building up an efficient internal team, we will work with your hiring team to provide you with IT professionals on Contract, Contract-to-hire or as Direct Hires.

Do we undertake offsite and offshore projects?

Yes we do. We have expertise in the following areas:

1) Mobile and cloud applications: consumer apps, enterprise applications on all major platforms
2) Big Data Analytics: Big Data Consulting Services from the basic data cleansing and reporting all the way to help strategize your data needs towards Predictive and Prescriptive Modeling
3) Learning and Training: Review of training needs and strategic reduction of costs by way of course consolidation, virtualization and reduced redundancies