‘Domain Expertise Where Business Initiatives and Technology Collide’ announced as new tagline for Boston-based IT consulting firm, LABUR, as they debut new website
BOSTON – April 15, 2015 – LABUR, which has been in business since 2008, today debuted their new messaging on a redesigned website. In addition to a refined services offering and a new blog platform, LABUR.com houses a comprehensive job listing for those professionals looking for IT projects and job opportunities in and around the Boston area.
“We’re really proud of this website and our new messaging,” said Darrin Lang, co-founder and CEO of LABUR. “What started out as a home office-based business of just two of us is now a multi-million dollar, high end consultancy and staffing firm located in downtown Boston – and we needed new representation to illustrate that growth and that change.”
LABUR, which has again this year been acknowledged as a Boston Business Journal’s Pacesetter, an annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in Massachusetts, recorded a 137 percent growth in revenue since 2011.
“We’re making all the right investments,” continued Lang. “We have a great internal team with a lot of industry experience, a network of qualified professionals that meet – and really surpass – the needs of our clients and we’re going after the business that can really benefit from the high-end consultancy and staffing that we bring to the table.”
LABUR is a performance-driven IT advisory services and strategy delivery firm. We don't believe in high transactional staffing or management consulting without execution. Instead, we focus on delivering superior value by providing the expertise to carry out key initiatives through actionable talent solutions.
LABUR has been a chosen partner for several Fortune 500 businesses to shepherd complex enterprise-wide IT initiatives and provide domain expertise, talent guidance and staff to deliver real results. Our extensive industry experience spans technology, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, bio-technology, medical devices, private equity and financial services, to name a few.