With Continued Growth, Orases Bolsters PM Staff

Chelsea Davis joins custom software company as Digital Project Coordinator

[Frederick, MD, September 6, 2019]

Orases announces the hiring of Chelsea Davis, who joins the company as a Digital Project Coordinator. She brings years of project management experience working in fast-paced, high-touch, relationship-focused environments.

“No matter how great our custom solutions are, none of them are possible without Project Management helping ensure we’re doing things the right way,” says Nick Damoulakis, Orases President. “Chelsea’s rock-solid organizational skills and client-forward thinking are going to take our already amazing team to a whole new level.”

Although her responsibilities are far too many to fully list, they include:

  • Coordination and implementation of day-to-day client request management
  • Ongoing internal and external resource coordination and challenge resolution
  • Oversight of and alignment with long-term project goals and company objectives.

“Chelsea’s role as a go-to utility player as well as her ability to rally the troops will help keep the Orases machine cranking and our clients happy,” Damoulakis adds.

Mrs. Davis grew up and currently resides in Mt. Airy, MD with her husband and her absolutely adorable son, Parker, who will be 2 years old in December.

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Custom software design and development. Twenty years of client success. A ridiculous number of awards and accolades. That’s Orases in a nutshell.

Here’s a little more than a nutshell: At Orases, we craft custom software that helps our customers transform their processes and inspire their people. The solutions we create are intuitive and efficient and span technology, channel, and device. And we do it all like no one else does. Which is why we’ve been listed on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list, and recognized as one of the fastest­-growing private companies in America (and the only custom software focused business on that list). Orases has also been lauded as Frederick’s Best Place to Work and has won Best Culture Awards from both Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine.