Software development is a dance between today’s needs and tomorrow’s solutions. With this in mind, Adam Parrish founded Neosavvy in 2008 to help clients understand their own needs, to develop and deploy software solutions that fit those needs, and to train clients with the technical knowledge and skills required to implement future solutions.
In addition to tailoring software solutions that fit your practical and aesthetic needs, we offer training, consulting, and project planning, delivery, and management services.
To stay at the forefront of software development, you need dynamic, practical, and adaptable knowledge. That’s why we implement collaborative project management strategies—from the front to back and start to finish—that benefit the client and the developer. We learn from every project we deploy and help you do the same.
We also consider ourselves active members of the development community at Neosavvy. In a collaborative spirit, we strive to share with others what we learn from our work because smarter developers are better developers. This is also why we have high standards (and great benefits) for our Neosavvy employees.
We have the capability to provide solutions for every step of your project. How can we help you today?
Adam has nearly fifteen years of computer science and software development experience and founded Neosavvy in 2008. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University where he studied computer science and he has served as a developer, software engineer, and consultant for IBM, ITS, Roundarch, Motricity, Morgan Stanley, HBO, Bloomberg and many other large firms and startups. At Neosavvy he has delivered numerous projects, including various EC2- and Rackspace-support cloud services utilizing HTML5 AngularJS, and other languages. In addition to serving as lead software developer on many projects, Adam actively leads Neosavvy’s business, client, and employee interests.
Adam lives in Brooklyn and as a North Carolina native he enjoys camping, hiking, and backpacking.
Trevor is a native Chicagoan and joined Neosavvy at the beginning of 2013. Over the course of his career he has participated in development efforts for Keyser Group, Bloomberg Sports, Pearson, Morgan Stanley, RunEnergy, and others. He is a graduate of Northwestern University where his combined study of computer science, film production, and history informs his diverse background and dynamic ability to facilitate communication and lead engineering efforts among various project team members and stakeholders. His past software experience begins with Adobe Flex and extends to Java Enterprise development, as well as Ruby on Rails and Python. As a developer, he is also proficient in Angular JS and other HTML5 technologies.
Trevor lives with his wife in Queens and enjoys concerts, cowboy boots, and barbeque.
After meeting Neosavvy as a software engineering intern for HBO in 2013, Pablo officially joined the Neosavvy team in April 2014, going on to provide front-end development, testing and tools for Bloomberg, Honest Buildings, and others. Originally a student of industrial engineering at the University of Basque Country in Leoia, Spain, Pablo transferred to the U.S. in 2012 to complete his bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from New York University, where he studied data analysis and object-oriented programming and was awarded a scholarship from the Polytechnic Institute of NYU. His specialties include React, AngularJS and HTML5 technologies.
Pablo trained for eight years as a kickboxer and enjoys discovering new food and watching and re-watching his favorite cult films from the ‘70s and ‘80s.
When he’s not learning riffs on his new guitar, Sushi enjoys gaming, hiking and exploring the five boroughs city for new cuisine.
Dana has been an active member of the Neosavvy team since its founding in 2008, originally overseeing administration and payroll before transitioning to a more strategic HR role in 2016, where she is responsible for recruitment, client engagement, business administration, and process and policy implementation. Previously, she was an HR generalist for RR Donnelley, where she provided HR guidance, recruitment and cross-departmental collaboration for the Fortune 500 company. Before that, Dana was an HR generalist for the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services and a coordinator for CEI, a business and equipment supplier for the Research Triangle in North Carolina.
A graduate of North Carolina State University with a bachelor’s in business management, Dana also holds a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) designation from the HR Certification Institute and a SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) designation from the Society for Human Resource Management.
Dana lives in New York and enjoys strength training, hiking and camping.