BrightGauge Moves Software-Development Operations to Miami, Hires Local Talent to Build Team

Our official press release from the announcement we made of moving our software development from San Francisco to Miami.  More on this process and topic in future posts…


CORAL GABLES, Fla., Feb. 6, 2014 – BrightGauge Software, a Dosal Capital company that develops business intelligence solutions for the IT services industry, today announced it has moved its software-development operations from San Francisco to the company’s Miami headquarters and added four local software developers to its staff.

Due to the company’s rapid growth across the globe, it announced it also plans to add additional customer service specialists during the first quarter of 2014.

“Our roots have always been in South Florida, and the decision to rebuild our team locally represents our continuous support of the region’s economic, employment and creative strengths as a leading technology hub,” explained Brian Dosal, BrightGauge Software President of Co-Founder.

“Since my brother and I launched BrightGauge while working at our family’s venerable Miami-based IT services business, we had always hoped to bring our collaborative work environment under one roof with locally-grown talent on par with that of Silicon Valley.  We are pleased to begin 2014 with the accomplishment of this goal.”

Joining BrightGauge’s Miami office, which is located at 2199 Ponce De Leon Blvd. in Coral Gables, Fla., are the following new employees:

  • Christian Toivola, senior systems engineer, responsible for developing new software initiatives that build upon BrightGauge’s infrastructure and scale along with its growth;
  • Orlando Garcia, web developer, responsible for programming the back-end of the BrightGauge platform, and designing and implementing new features and releases each week;
  • Steven Restrepo, software support specialist, responsible for managing, fielding and resolving customer requests;
  • David Small, front-end web developer, responsible for developing the front-end of BrightGauge’s software application.