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Ness Technologies Cited as a Strong Product Development Services Performer by Independent Research Firm

TEANECK, New Jersey and BANGALORE, India, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --


- Scores highest possible on Permanent onshore presence; Agile and advanced delivery capabilities 

Ness Technologies has emerged as a "Strong Performer" in the prestigious report, The Forrester Wave™: Software Product Development Services, Q1 2014. According to Forrester Research, Inc., "Ness has strong delivery capabilities, particularly with regard to Agile, and sophisticated delivery frameworks such as its NessSMART process optimization platform; it received the highest overall rating on delivery excellence."

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Ness Technologies was chosen as one of the 11 "most significant" SPDS vendors for evaluation against
14 criteria. The Forrester report stated that Ness was one of the earliest providers to recognize the shift taking place towards non-technology companies and is therefore well positioned to cater to several industries. The report notes, "While it continues to serve ISVs, Ness is also well positioned in the education, publishing, media, financial services and insurance sectors."

Reacting to the news, Paul Lombardo, President, Ness Software Engineering Services said, "We are delighted with the findings in this Forrester report. We have believed for many years that value added software products and platforms would gain increasing importance across all industries and we have aligned our business accordingly. With accelerated adoption of digital products and services in every sector, this is a very exciting time to be in the software engineering business. We are particularly pleased that Forrester has recognised our strong agile delivery capabilities with the highest overall rating on delivery excellence. We have made significant investments in this area over years and so the acknowledgement is very satisfying." 

About Ness 

Ness Software Engineering Services is a recognized global leader in software product and platform engineering. Ness is the partner of choice for companies who differentiate their products and services through commercial grade, value added software.  Ness delivers competitive advantage through shorter time to market, more engaging user experience and higher productivity, drawing on more than a decade of product engineering expertise along with world class distributed agile practices, innovation through emerging technologies and cutting edge mobile experience engineering. Ness has cultivated long-term client partnerships with leading companies who value a culture of engineering excellence, transparency and co-innovation.

Ness employs 6500+ people who work alongside clients in North America, Europe and Asia and operate technology and design centers in India, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, UK, Israel and the U.S. Ness has more than 500 clients including many Fortune 1000 and Software 500 companies in key vertical markets including education, media & publishing, financial services, travel, transportation & entertainment, retail, sports, software and high end technology. Ness Software Engineering Services is a division of Ness Technologies, Inc., a private company fully owned by The Rohatyn Group.

Contact, Rekha Menon, +91-7760029292, [email protected]

http://www.ness.com

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