“Buyers understand there are hundreds of qualified service providers and advisors out there, but what they really need to understand now is what makes each exceptional,” said IAOP CEO, Debi Hamill. “The new Global Outsourcing 100 has done just that. We’re proud to recognize Softengi for receiving a distinguished rating in delivery excellence.”
In 2015 Softengi was selected as a Rising Star in The Global Outsourcing 100 for the second time. This year the company got the highest score from a judging panel by its customer references and was honored in 3 sub-lists:
- Best Rising Stars in Revenue Growth;
- Best Rising Stars in Employee Growth;
- Best Rising Stars in No. of Countries Worldwide
“Distinguishing in the delivery excellence in such a listing means that the sternest judge in the outsourcing business – the customer – is satisfied with our work. Our strategy to focus always on customers’ expectations has been recognized and we will keep this excellence further”, said Ruslan Olkhovsky, Softengi’s Managing Partner.
The 2015 Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers in its tenth year. The list is published annually and is based on applications received. The judging includes an independent review by an independent panel of IAOP customer members with extensive experience in selecting outsourcing service providers and advisors for their organizations.
On June 8, 2015 it is possible to find The 2015 Global Outsourcing 100 list showcasing the best companies in each of the judging categories premiere in a special advertising section of the 2nd Quarter 2015 FORTUNE 500 issue of FORTUNE magazine as well as published on IAOP’s website.
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