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2014 has been another year of continuous growth and success for Perfectial. Despite certain obstacles out of the company’s control, the Lviv-based company looks to achieve 90% y-o-y growth and acquired new and well-known clients globally.
The company’s superior customer service resulted in new big names on its clients’ list: Inc. 5000 winner, ad tech giant DataXu, location-based digital marketing leader Where2GetIt, real estate technology solution disruptor RealNex all started their relationships with Perfectial in 2014. Existing customers like peer-to-peer lending pioneer Prosper and procurement automation innovator Contraqer expanded their cooperation with the company.
Perfectial CTO Ivan Kohut elaborated,
“It was a very dynamic and interesting year in terms of new clients and their geographies. As our new customers come from both our core US market, as well as from Canada, Sweden, Norway, UK, Israel, Switzerland, Singapore and Australia, our teams have been busy collaborating with customers through 18 time zones, and that’s exciting!”.
These clients acquisition and growth, coupled with the company’s strong agile development practices and excellent knowledge of the Microsoft stack and Open Source frameworks were recognized by Clutch, a leading IT research firm, which honored Perfectial as a Top 10 .Net and Ruby on Rails development firm in the US.
Perfectial CEO Andriy Skoropad added,
“Such growth and industry acknowledgement would hardly be possible without our talented people. When one takes into account what’s gone on in our industry this year, it’s a real accomplishment that we are heading into 2015 with 120 employees, up from 65 at the beginning of the year.”
The company’s talent strategy has also gained its recognition as industry leading resource DOU.UA names it among TOP 5 Tech Employers locally.
As the company prospers, it continues to give back to the society around. The company and its employees mutually provide ongoing support to the city’s children hospital and rural orphanage, as well as donate to the Ukrainian army.