Phase2 and Treehouse are Coming Together

This morning, we announced that Phase2 Technology and Treehouse Agency are merging to form a combined firm. We are incredibly excited about the future possibilities of this team, and hope you'll join us in our excitement.

This morning, we announced that Phase2 Technology and Treehouse Agency are merging to form a combined firm. We are incredibly excited about the future possibilities of this team, and hope you'll join us in our excitement.

Treehouse Agency joins Phase2We're choosing to come together for a lot of reasons. For years, we've been working in some of the same verticals. We both do work in the publishing space, and we've both built a reputation for innovative solutions in the government space. From our combined teams you'll see work with TheStreet.com, The Nation, The New Republic, Washington Examiner, and Thomson Reuters. Plus, our work with FEMA and the House of Representatives complements the incredible work that Treehouse has done with the Department of Energy. We are really excited to combine our experiences and expertise in these two sectors.

But this merger certainly goes beyond our mutual interest in the publishing and government sectors. At the heart of why we're joining up is because we're both teams dedicated to building elegant solutions to really tough problems -- from multi-site platforms to high-security sites to complex back-end systems.

Beyond the new offices and colleagues each of our teams now share, we'll be using this opportunity to grow as a company in many ways. Treehouse CEO Michael Caccavano will become our company's President, where he'll focus on something he has proven to be incredibly successful with at Treehouse -- finding, investing in, and developing the brightest and most talented people in our space. In addition, the Treehouse team gains an in-house design team, dedicated technical analysts, and more project managers; and Phase2 is rounding out our development team with expertise in new technologies and presence in more cities around the country.

We've never been a company who wants to grow "for growth's sake" -- we want to grow to meet the needs of our clients, develop high-caliber teams, and stretch ourselves toward the most innovative solutions out there. With shared verticals, presence in New York and DC, and most of all, an amazing team that is eager to start working together, we are beyond excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.

If you're at DrupalCon this week, please stop by the Phase2 and Treehouse booths -- we are excited to introduce you to the new Phase2.

Jeff Walpole

Jeff Walpole

CEO