We are the largest digital recruiting platform in Latin America and offer instant access to thousands of English speaking, highly qualified, actively engaged Software engineers looking for full time work.
Whether you’re scaling up or down your team, you can turn fixed costs in hiring and salary into variable costs.
Due to favorable exchange rates, you can hire remote workers at half the rate per hour you would pay in places like the US or Europe.
Enjoy real-time collaboration and effortless communication.
Revelo helps you build a world-class engineering team in Latin America. Easily.
Tell us your needs and we’ll find you the best talent available in our marketplace - considering both hard skills and soft skills - within days.
Our internal team takes care of salary, benefits, legal stuff, and perks so your remote engineers feel and act the same as an in person employee.
We work closely with developers to guarantee their motivation and decrease churn. We provide workspace and sponsor activities such as learning groups to help you create a company culture in your team
Renan is a tech lead with over 8 years of experience in mobile solution implementation.
He currently leads a team of 10 mobile front end developers at a major fintech.
Full Stack Engineer
Claudia is a full stack engineer with 7 years of experience in building client-server technologies and web based applications.
She is currently responsible for the development and maintenance team of a large scale project at a mobility tech unicorn.
Rodrigo is a python developer with more than 6 years of experience and strong knoweldge of Django, Flask and Bottle.
He is currently implementing tools to improve broker-client scheduling at a proptech unicorn.
Revelo is the largest technology company in the human resources sector of Latin America, offering a recruitment and selection platform that connects candidates to jobs in an agile and humanized way. The startup has already raised over US$ 20 million in investment rounds and has become the most invested HR company in Brazilian history.
Exame, September 4th, 2019