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Softengi Announced in The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List

KYIV, Ukraine, February 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Softengi, the leading outsourcing software development company from Ukraine and a member of the Intecracy Group international IT-consortium, today announced as ranked in The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List, annual listing of the world's best outsourcing service providers a by The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®), the global, standard-setting association and advocate for the outsourcing professional.

Softengi is a Ukrainian IT outsourcing service provider, which made its start in 1995, with more than 150 IT professionals daily implementing the business needs of its customers all over the world. Having such main competencies as outsourcing software development, development teams, BPO and IT-consulting, the company was always striving for the highest quality services for its customers and excellence in all aspects of work.    

The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List recognizes the world's best outsourcing service providers. The rankings are based on applications received and evaluated by an independent judging panel organized by IAOP. The 2014 panel is led by IAOP chief advisor of thought leadership, IAOP, Jagdish Dalal, COP and president of JDalal Associates, LLC.

"Each year the competition to be named to The Global Outsourcing 100 and The World's Best Outsourcing Advisors lists continues to reach higher levels," said Jagdish Dalal, Chief Advisor, Thought Leadership, IAOP and Chairman of the judges' panel. "Given the strong competition, getting named to these lists is a great recognition and these companies should be proud of achieving excellence in the field."

The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List and its sub-lists are essential references for companies seeking new and expanded relationships with the best companies in the industry. The lists include not only today's leaders, but also tomorrow's rising stars from around the world that provide the full spectrum of outsourcing services. The judging category of Leader or Rising Star is based on size criteria, which is a combination of yearly revenue and employee numbers set by the judging panel.

"If you are looking for IT partner, please, consider Ukraine, the leader of IT market in Central and Eastern Europe, which is once again proved by the number of Ukrainian IT companies included this year in The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List. If it's Ukraine, then Softengi will do its best to become your primary IT partner in Ukraine.  The recognition in such respected ranking as The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® List reflects our today's expertise in the industry and our full commitment to provide the best services and solutions to clients," said Ruslan Olkhovsky, Softengi CEO and Managing Partner.  

The complete rankings will be available in the June 16, 2014 Fortune 500 issue of FORTUNE® magazine in a special advertising feature produced by IAOP. The list of companies in alphabetical order for The Global Outsourcing 100 Providers and the World's Best Outsourcing Advisors are available at http://www.iaop.org.  

About IAOP

The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®) is the global, standard-setting association and advocate for the outsourcing professional. With more than 120,000 members and affiliates worldwide, IAOP helps companies increase their outsourcing success rate, improve their outsourcing ROI, and expand the opportunities for outsourcing across their businesses. To learn more, visit http://www.IAOP.org.

About The Global Outsourcing 100

The Global Outsourcing 100 and its sub-lists are essential references for companies seeking new and expanded relationships with the best companies in the industry. The lists include companies from around the world that provide the full spectrum of outsourcing services - not just information technology and business process outsourcing, but also facility services, real estate and capital asset management, manufacturing and logistics. They include not only today's leaders, but tomorrow's rising stars.

About Softengi

Softengi is a Ukrainian IT outsourcing service provider, which made its start in 1995, with more than 150 IT professionals daily implementing the business needs of our customers all over the world. Softengi's main competencies are outsourcing software development, establishment of development teams, BPO, IT consulting and development of solutions for business (based on Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics platforms). Headquartered in Kyiv, with offices in big Ukrainian cities, presence in Switzerland and representative office in California, the company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, ISO 9001:2008 certified, and is a member of the Intecracy Group Consortium, international consortium of IT-companies. http://www.softengi.com

Contact: Olga Iatsyna, [email protected], +380442226035


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