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Harbinger Systems Honored in the 2014 Global Outsourcing 100®

Redmond, WA, July 05, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Harbinger Systems, a global provider of software engineering services, today announced its selection in the Global Outsourcing Top 100 service providers listing by International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®). This marks the third straight year Harbinger Systems has been featured in this listing.

The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers. These rankings are based on applications received and evaluated by an independent judging panel organized by IAOP.

"Harbinger has always pushed the envelope to deliver innovative products for our customers. To support our customer's growth we have steadily increased our onsite presence especially in the Silicon Valley and it is gratifying to see that customers are appreciative of Harbinger's efforts. We see a reflection of this in Harbinger making it to the Top 20 in various sub-lists that IAOP has published. We thank IAOP for this recognition," said Shrikant Pattathil, Executive Vice President, Harbinger Systems.

He further added, "Focusing investments in new technology areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), mobile security, open source platforms such as VistA EHR in healthcare, our technology practices have empowered the teams to deliver superior products and solutions across all domains."

The Global Outsourcing 100 list also has sub-lists which jointly serve as essential references for companies seeking new and expanded relationships with the best companies in the industry. The different categories of sub-lists in which Harbinger has received recognition are:

· Best 20 Rising Stars – Technology (Hardware & Software)
· Best 20 Companies – Healthcare
· Best 10 Rising Stars – Research & Development Services
· Best 20 Rising Stars - Information/Comm. Technology Services
· Best 20 Rising Stars in US, and
· Best 10 Rising Stars in UK.

"Each year the competition to be named to The Global Outsourcing 100 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 companies should be proud of achieving excellence in the field."The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100 and The World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors lists with rankings are now published in the special advertising feature produced by IAOP in the June 16 Fortune 500 issue of FORTUNE magazine and on IAOP’s website.

About Harbinger Systems:
Harbinger Systems is a leading provider of software engineering services to some of the world's best product companies. Since 1990, Harbinger has developed a strong customer base worldwide. Harbinger's customers are software product companies, including hi-tech startups in Silicon Valley, to leading product companies in the US and large in-house IT organizations.

Harbinger Systems services span across enterprise software development, advanced testing services for software ISVs and solution consulting in eLearning. Harbinger is known as a thought leader in eLearning industry and provides solution consulting and technology services to organizations across the globe. Harbinger Systems also has expertise working with niche software ISVs in the security systems domain.

In 2009, Deloitte named Harbinger Systems among the fastest growing technology companies in its Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific and Technology Fast 50 India programs. Harbinger Systems is recognized as a 'Super Star' in Annual Mobile Star Awards for year 2013 and 2011. Harbinger Systems is ranked in 'The Global Outsourcing 100' listing by International Association of Outsourcing Professionals and 'The Global Services Top 100' IT Service Providers Listing by Cybermedia for consecutive two years, 2012 and 2013.

Harbinger Systems is a part of Harbinger Group. Harbinger Group is a leading global provider of innovative software products and services to companies in over 60 countries.

To know more about Harbinger Systems visit www.harbinger-systems.com

About IAOP:
The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®) is the global, standard-setting association and advocate for outsourcing professionals and the organizations they support. 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 www.iaop.org/

Media Contact:
Swati Ketkar
Executive Director,
Harbinger Systems
Tel: +91.20.2528.4201
India
[email protected]

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Harbinger Systems
Swati Ketkar
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www.harbinger-systems.com/
Redmond, WA, USA

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