Best City for Software Companies

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Greater Phoenix: An Emerging Hub of Innovative Activity

As one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic regions in the country, Greater Phoenix is an emerging hub of innovative activity with a robust ecosystem of technology and software companies. With operational costs of up to 42 percent less than California, companies can focus on growth and their bottom line. Phoenix is paving the way for tech innovation and has quickly become the best city for software companies.

Talent Pipeline

Greater Phoenix has an extremely competitive workforce in regards to training, quality and availability of workers.

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Industry Growth

Projected industry growth over the next decade is 45% compared to the national average of 28%.

62.4%

Last year, Greater Phoenix produced 62.4% more software degree graduates than Denver.

42%

Greater Phoenix has on average 42% more competitive labor costs than leading California markets, including Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Jose

28.2%

In the last five years, software employment in Greater Phoenix has increased an average of 28.2%

A large labor pool and competitive labor costs make Greater Phoenix the best city for software companies to thrive

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Highly Concentrated ICT Workforce

From modern and creative office locations to incubators and coworking spaces, Greater Phoenix offers the perfect operating environment for software companies of all sizes.

In 2017, Greater Phoenix had 79,265 qualified software workers employed by ICT and other firms, representing a deep knowledge and skills pool necessary for productivity and innovation. The ICT workforce is highly concentrated in the region with a 30.8% job growth in the last 10 years, compared to the national average of 18.9% over the same period of time.

To learn more, download the market intelligence report on the software industry in Greater Phoenix.

Qualified Graduates

The region’s more than 40 universities and other institutions of higher learning – many of which have designated software engineering programs – fuel a continuous stream of employees. Arizona State University, for example, offers engineering degrees in computer science, informatics, decisions systems engineering, and software engineering.

Software companies in Greater Phoenix enjoy direct access to other tech hubs, including short flights to California. As a low-cost and low-regulation alternative to other major markets, Phoenix is quickly becoming the best city for software companies to relocate and scale.

A TALENTED PIPELINE ISN’T THE ONLY REASON GREATER PHOENIX IS THRIVING

This interactive map displays all Phoenix area software companies listed on Gregslist of Arizona Software Companies. Zoom in below and click on any marker to display detailed information about a SaaS company. The legend shows companies by size – darker colors are bigger companies.  
 

SAMPLE OF SOFTWARE Companies in Greater Phoenix

  • Acronis
  • Act-On
  • AFS Technologies
  • Apriva
  • Arivis
  • Aspect
  • Attendify
  • Axway
  • BeyondTrust
  • BillingTree
  • Blackboard
  • BoomTown!
  • Brightcove
  • CampusLogic
  • CellTrust
  • Citrix
  • CyberScout
  • DoubleDutch
  • Early Warning
  • Edgenuity
  • Ethoca
  • Gainsight
  • GoDaddy
  • GPS Insight
  • Houzz
  • InfoArmor
  • Infusionsoft
  • Integrate
  • JDA
  • Kudelski Security
  • LearnVest
  • Lyft
  • Nextiva
  • Offerpad
  • Opendoor
  • Parchment
  • PayPal
  • Pearson
  • SAP
  • SiteLock
  • Swiftpage
  • Symantec
  • Turo
  • Upgrade
  • Vixxo
  • WebPT
  • Weebly
  • Workiva
  • Yelp
  • ZipRecruiter
  • Zocdoc
Anthony Kennada

“The excitement behind the Phoenix technology scene is contagious… The value proposition of starting and scaling a business in Phoenix is clear and has the attention of our friends in Silicon Valley who are investing their dollars and creating jobs in our community.”

Anthony Kennada, Former Chief Marketing Officer, Gainsight
Brad Jannenga

“The talent pool in Phoenix is as robust as anywhere in the country … It’s the perfect place for startups – a supportive, unpretentious community with no existing status-quo so you don’t get lost in the crowd and everyone plays a role in shaping it.”

Brad Jannenga, President & CEO, SaaS Industries

 

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