Oxagile Included into Software Magazine’s 2015 Software 500 Ranking

Oxagile Included into Software Magazine’s 2015 Software 500 Ranking

Oxagile has been included into the prominent Software 500 list of the world’s biggest software and service companies.

Published by the influential Software Magazine, Software 500 is a prestigious revenue-based ranking that targets key C-level executives, helping them make informed decisions when purchasing software and services.

The 2015 ranking lists many industry giants, including IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Accenture, HP, EMC, SAP, Apple and other high-profile companies.

Oxagile demonstrated a 29.27% growth based on the 2014 fiscal year data, with a total personnel growth of 25%. The company’s focus lies in deepening its business domain expertise and expanding its talent pool of software developers, resulting in new client acquisition and continued growth in strategic geographies.

“Being named to the Software 500 is very encouraging, as it testifies to the success of our customer-centered business model,”

says Mihail Romanovsky, Oxagile’s Head of Marketing.

“We will continue to focus on boosting our clients’ competitiveness in today’s marketplace by helping them reduce time to market, optimize development costs, and build innovative, cutting-edge solutions to address specific business challenges.”

About Oxagile

Oxagile is a leading provider of custom web and mobile application development services with a special emphasis on multi-platform video-streaming and real-time communication solutions.

The company offers a wealth of expertise in multiple verticals and business domains, including Digital Advertising, e-Commerce, e-Learning, Accounting and Finance, Media and Entertainment, and many others.

Oxagile has been on the tech scene for over 10 years now, and has successfully delivered over 400 custom software projects.

Throughout its history, the company worked with some of the world’s biggest and most recognizable brands, including Google, Disney, Discovery Communications, MIT, Telecom Argentina, and Vodafone.

Source: Oxagile

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