Parthenon's employees all work out of our Portland Oregon office. Each one of our developers is hand-picked based on their skills and ability to work as a team. We're big enough to help, and agile enough to respond to the changing needs of our clients. Parthenon works with your business, no matter its size, to be faster and more effective on the web and internally.
Parthenon Software Group was founded in 2006 by two programmers who saw a need for highly-skilled software engineers who could help local businesses. Working from home, Andy and Chris spent their evenings building a business by helping other small businesses. As Parthenon expanded, it became a full-time operation that involved the skills of many more developers who shared Andy and Chris's philosophy of building programs and websites for clients that perfectly fit their needs.
Andy's favorite types of projects involve interfaces and system architecture, the weirder the better. He co-founded Parthenon after nine years of freelance software development. A father of two, he spends the tiny portion of time that family and work doesn't occupy as a volunteer heavy metal critic.
Chris began programming in Basic and Assembly on a Commodore 64. Later, he worked in Certified Sequent System Administration on DYNIX/ptx machines before the NUMA-Q line came out and they were bought by IBM. Chris' first job out of college was in QA, testing software and automating test plans for clients like Welch Allyn, HP and Intel. Chris enjoys projects with a short development cycle where you get rapid feedback from the client. "My goal is to make Parthenon a company designed for developers and a place people want to work."
A silicon valley veteran, Jon comes to Parthenon with over 17 years experience in delivering enterprise-class software. With a degree from UCLA, and a wide range of software environments including SaaS, eCommerce, Social Marketing, ERP, Portals and more behind him, Jon has provided both Quality Assurance and Project Management experience to his roles at Parthenon.