Press release: Clutch announces Top IT outsourcing companies | Intetics

This new research features 25 companies with outstanding track records of client success.

Press Release: WASHINGTON, DC – August 10, 2017 – Today, Clutch published new results highlighting some of the best outsourcing companies in the industry. The analysis took several important factors into consideration. The first benchmark was demonstrating a significant focus on IT consulting and outsourced development services. After that, companies were graded based on their ability to deliver on client expectations.

Confirming a focus in outsourced services meant hand selecting eligible vendors with a clear history of offshore and nearshore offerings. Those chosen were then advanced to the second and most important stage– assessment through interviews with current and past clients.

All 25 companies showcased in this report supplied Clutch with client references willing to be interviewed. These in-depth conversations let analysts determine whether or not vendors could, in fact, deliver on the expectations they set with clients. All of the insights gathered from interview respondents were captured in the collection of more than 250 published reviews openly available on vendor profiles.

A total of 15 companies were named market leaders: Eleks, QBurst, Clarion Technologies, Ciklum, Itransition, N-iX, PSL Corp., STX Next, Exadel, Practia, IT Craft, Intetics, 10Clouds, Qulix Systems, and Netguru.

Another 10 companies ranked top contenders: XSolve, UruIT, Daxx, QArea, DevCom, Intellias, Belatrix Software, Savvycom Software, EffectiveSoft, Huenei IT Services.

“Outsourcing has historically been a risky business, or at least that’s been the prevailing mentality for a lot of buyers,” said Joshua Margolin, Principal Analyst at Clutch. “The important thing to remember is that reliable outsourcing partners do exist, but they can be challenging to find. This report aims to address that.”

Clutch’s effort to identify leading outsourcing companies remains ongoing, and they encourage absent but interested firms to apply for inclusion in future coverage.

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