Maverick Software Consulting was created to develop a much-needed hiring pipeline of skilled talent for the tech industry. Our unique business model brings together top computer science and engineering students with companies looking for cost effective solutions for development and testing.
Our team of highly qualified IT students from more than 100 universities and colleges works in a collaborative teaching environment to learn the skills needed for success while providing an immediate impact for our clients.
Maverick provides a pool of top IT students trained and ready to work for clients seeking to increase their staff. We handle all administrative tasks involved with new employees such as background checks, drug screens, pay roll setup and on-boarding. By providing development, testing, client-specific training and day-to-day management of students, our clients can focus on reaching their business goals.
From the smallest of start-ups to large, global corporations, Maverick works with companies of all sizes in any location across the United States. We can place a single student on a team, fill a development center with a group of students, or work with a client to ramp up to any number of students over time. We customize our services to meet our client’s needs.
More than 100 years of combined management and technology experience with companies of all sizes.
Founded on our strong desire to solve the tech industry's skilled talent shortage by providing a win-win solution for employers and students.
Creative solutions designed and polished over time for streamlined efficiency and scalability.
Maverick was founded in 2006 with one client and a team of 10 students. Today, we have more than 40 clients ranging in size from start-ups to global corporations, and 180 employees around the nation. We recruit at more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States and are proud to offer opportunities to students in smaller or more rural schools where internship opportunities may be limited.
Maverick is founded by Martin Hebig in Mankato, MN.
Minnesota State, Mankato office opens with one client and 10 students doing automated testing.
University of Wisconsin office opens in Madison.
First graduating intern receives full time offer from client, Thomson Reuters.
Maverick receives Excellence Award in External Funding Incentives awarded by MSU's Research and Sponsored Programs.
Iowa State University office opens in Ames.
Maverick program wins Thomson Reuter's corporate level, Award of Excellence in the "People Make the Difference" category.
Mankato State branch acquires additional office space, taking on more assignments.
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities office opens in Minneapolis.
Student work expands from automated testing to development using the full Java stack, full Microsoft stack, web development and open source projects.
West Metro office opens partnering with three clients.
St. Cloud State University office opens partnering with Symantec (now Veritas).
The Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) honors Maverick Software Consulting with the 2011 Innovative Collaboration of the Year Tekne Award.
Maverick begins sponsorship of Aspirations for Women in Computing--a program designed to recognize young women for their IT talents and interests.
University of Minnesota, Duluth office opens creating partnership with Menards.
Headquarters moved to California following expansion and development of company.
Maverick celebrates 10 years of exceptional success and ongoing growth.
Maverick expands its recruiting to the east coast, allowing for nationwide recruiting.
Expanding to 303 universities in the South.
Maverick works with more than 40 clients and employs more than 180 students across the nation with continuous growth in sight.
100% of Maverick's more than 800 student graduates have found full-time employment in the tech industry including major companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, Symantec, Thomson Reuters and Cisco Systems.