Tampa-based AgileThought provides custom software and consulting services for Fortune 1000 companies using Agile methodology.
Boasting $56.6 million in revenue in 2017, AgileThought has grown at breakneck speed since its founding in 2004. Built by a collective of industry luminaries, AgileThought solves complex business problems using solutions like machine learning, business intelligence, cloud and SharePoint. The cutting-edge firm also provides consulting services for agile methodology, DevOps consulting and much more. From its humble beginnings in Tampa, AgileThought has grown 170 percent over the last three years, which has led to expansion to new locations in Orlando and most recently, Atlanta.
Number of Employees
AgileThought is a full-service custom software consulting firm, staffed by the absolute best professionals in the business. Since 2004, AgileThought has been a trusted partner to Fortune 1000 companies. From delivering custom software products, providing expert guidance on cloud and mobile strategies, to improving business agility, we can help.
Awards & Accolades
Recognized by Fortune as a great place to work Winner of TBBJ Best Places To Work in 2012 Fast 50 Honoree 10 consecutive years on Inc. 5000 list
Core values/mission statement
Our mission is to fundamentally change the way people, organizations and companies view, approach and deliver software products.
Chief Executive Officer
Dave Romine co-founded AgileThought, LLC. in 2004 and serves as Chief Executive Officer. He is responsible for the overall leadership, vision and strategic direction of the company, with an emphasis on sales and business development. Dave is a constant steward of the company culture and values, participating in all initiatives that impact client and employee satisfaction. After graduating from Florida State University with a degree in Management Information Systems, Dave started his career as a software developer and quickly gained a deep appreciation for the craft of software development. From 1997 to 2002, he held various technical and leadership positions within the Global Technology Organization of Arthur Andersen, LLP, in Sarasota. Prior to co-founding AgileThought, he also served as the Technical Architect for Market Leadership Systems for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he led the design and development of key software solutions supporting the sales and business development organization. Dave has a passion for charitable contributions of both time and money, and is actively involved in the community. He continuously supports organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, Take Stock in Children, and The Alzheimer’s Association through donations and volunteer work. He is also a member of Leadership Florida Class XXXIII, a statewide community of leaders actively engaged in promoting and serving Florida.
Jeff Alagood Influencer
Jeff Alagood is the President of AgileThought. He leads AgileThought’s market outreach and drives business growth strategies by engaging directly with clients. Using his thorough understanding of client needs - coupled with his drive for operational excellence - Jeff focuses on how AgileThought can deliver compelling opportunities and innovative solutions to clients. Most recently, Jeff served as Chief Strategy Officer at AgileThought, where he led the development and delivery of innovative client engagement and delivery models for enterprise clients. With his expertise in strategic execution, Jeff has played an integral role in increasing AgileThought’s overall standards of excellence, while planning for continued growth in new and existing markets. Starting as a software developer in 1996, Jeff developed a deep understanding of business software and technology roadmap delivery very early on. Throughout his career, Jeff has served in various leadership positions that range from public accounting Big-4 firms to publicly traded organizations. Prior to joining AgileThought in 2011 as a partner and Chief Operating Officer, Jeff served as Sr. Director of Application Development on the U.S. Technology Extended Management Team at PwC from 2008 to 2010. Jeff has also held various technical and leadership positions with First Advantage Corporation, where he managed all operating platforms. Prior to First Advantage, Jeff was with the Global Technology Organization of Arthur Andersen LLP in Sarasota. Jeff is passionate about building high performing teams and leaders. He focuses on helping individuals create a personal brand that complements and supports the objectives of both the enterprise and the individual, creating perfect opportunities.
Chief Solutions Officer
Ryan Dorrell is a co-founder of AgileThought and the Chief Solutions Officer. He is responsible for understanding new clients’ business problems and developing the technology strategies used to build solutions for those problems. He also defines new service offerings that AgileThought can provide, and mentors teams and clients on agile software development practices. With 20 years of professional software development experience, Ryan has been deeply involved in building a wide range of applications. He has extensive experience building web-based transactional systems, as well as cloud data management applications. Recently, Ryan has led AgileThought into many new areas of technical capability, such as mobile and cloud development. An avid reader, follower, and innovator of agile and application lifecycle management disciplines, Ryan is a sought-after speaker and trainer on these topics. Prior to co-founding AgileThought in 2004, Ryan spent several years at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as the lead architect for the employee intranet portal. Before joining PwC, Ryan spent four years with OnSphere Corporation in Raleigh, N.C., where he led consulting engagements in numerous major industries, including financial services, computer software, logistics, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare and technology. Ryan started his career in 1996 as an application developer with Arthur Andersen LLP in Sarasota. Simplicity is a core value that Ryan strives to uphold. He believes that technology is often implemented for technology’s sake and not because of a real business need, leading to lost time, money and energy. He enjoys the challenge of finding the right technology solution that enables businesses to perform more profitably.