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SoftServe Inc., a leading global provider of high quality software development, testing and technology consulting services, proudly announced that the company was again featured on the 2012 Global Services 100 list of best outsourcing providers in the Emerging Mid-Tier Global ADM Leaders category.
SoftServe’s presence on the annual list of the 100 top ITO and BPO providers since 2007 serves as a tacit acknowledgement of the company’s growing industry leadership and excellence in software development empowering businesses worldwide. In 2012, SoftServe was also named to the Global Outsourcing 100® list of the IAOP®, the annual ranking of the world’s best outsourcing service providers and advisors.
“SoftServe’s most valuable asset is our people, a team of accomplished and well educated professionals committed to delivering a positive experience to our customers and exceeding their expectations,” said SoftServe’s President Taras Kytsmey. “Thanks to their efforts, our company has seen continuous growth while strengthening our vertical expertise in Healthcare, Finance and Education, and steadily winning significant industry recognition like the listing in the Global Services 100.”
The Global Services 100, now in its seventh year, is a tool for buyers of business and technology services to identify and select the right vendor. The companies on the list were chosen through a rigorous methodology based on performance and leadership, quality and maturity of customers, breadth of services offered, and spread of global delivery capabilities.
“The global service provider landscape is increasingly getting complex; but buyers are looking at vendors with scale, skill, or both in delivering business outcomes and not cost-savings alone. The companies on the Global Services 100 list have demonstrated their ability to deliver complex solutions and services, manage global customers, and sustain successful financial performance,” says Ed Nair, Editor, Global Services.