SALT LAKE CITY, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Veracity Solutions, creators of the blendsourcing™ model that helps software companies bring great products to market through trusted collaboration, announced growth of 30 percent in 2012, and strong positioning for continued growth in 2013 with the acquisition of Brian Ware as Vice President of Business Development. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120925/LA80376LOGO) "2012 was a strong year in terms of revenue growth, but was a pivotal year in terms of how Veracity Solutions has positioned itself as the leader in blendsourcing™, where we, with our client, create one blended software team from the combined strengths of both companies," said Galen Murdock, Veracity Solutions CEO. "This allows us to deliver much more than code, as we help the client bring great products to market. We have continued aligning our mission, vision and values, not only within our consultant community, but with our clients as well. This has huge dividends in creating great teams, great products and great companies." Additionally, to strengthen the management team, Veracity Solutions has hired Brian Ware as Vice President of Business Development, and transitioned Scott Heffield to Vice President of Client Development. "We're excited to have Brian join Veracity Solutions, and allow Scott more bandwidth to focus on our existing clients," said Murdock. "This will position our senior leadership team for stronger growth, as well as enhanced care of our current clients." Veracity Solutions also placed on the Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest growing companies for the fourth year in a row. They also received the Mountain West Capital Network Top 100 award for fastest growing companies in Utah. For more than 14 years, the Veracity Solutions team has delivered exceptional results for product strategy, design and development on the Microsoft platform, integrating with clients' teams in an environment of trust, to accelerate product development, shorten time to market, increase ROI, and ensure product and organizational success.