Catalyte is a software engineering services company that uses data science to build technology workforces for forward-looking companies. Its data and technology platform predictably creates new, high-performing software developers and digital media planners. Catalyte also provides on-demand access to software engineering experts at all levels, allowing clients to flexibly scale technology resources when and how they need them. Catalyte is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland and was founded in 2000 by Christopher Papile and Michael Rosenbaum.
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