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Zylun Staffing Launches New Brand and Logo, Changes Corporate Name to CoDev

Zylun Staffing, a leading provider of offshore technical staffing for growing software companies, is excited to announce a new corporate name: CoDev. The change to the new name, logo, and brand identity will go into effect immediately.

“Our new name, CoDev, more accurately reflects the different aspects of our company’s staffing model and what makes us unique in the marketplace,” said Tony Morrison, president and CEO of CoDev. “We’ve learned the importance of building relationships between our clients and the technical employees that make them successful, and our new name reflects the idea of that long-term partnership.”
By providing growing software companies with full-time, dedicated remote developers through its offshore operations located in the Philippines, CoDev enables small-to-medium-sized businesses the ability to compete for talent with larger, more established firms that have their own offshore operations already in place. CoDev has been in business since 2010, and employs over 200 people in Cebu and Dumagete in the Philippines, and maintains executive and sales offices in Lehi, Utah.

About CoDev, formerly Zylun Staffing:

CoDev was founded in 2010 to give small to medium sized businesses access to the benefits of an international workforce without the distraction and costs of opening their own remote office. CoDev does the recruiting, and the client acts as the hiring manager in selecting the final candidate for the job. CoDev provides the office space, IT infrastructure, and HR support including timekeeping and payroll, allowing the SMB owner all of the benefits without the high startup costs and headaches. CoDev focuses on hiring technical talent for businesses, focusing on skills such as Javascript, PHP, .NET, and Python, as well as iOS and Android development, and many others. CoDev is headquartered in Lehi, Utah, with offshore operations in Cebu and Dumagete, Philippines.