The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals has published the final list of the 2016 Global Outsourcing 100, an annual list of the best outsourcing companies in the world. Intetics was named on the list for the 10th year, showcasing the company’s continued excellence.
The 2016 Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers and advisors. The list serves as a research tool for companies looking for reliable outsourcing partners.
“Choosing the right partners is more important than ever. Companies that outsource, not only in the traditional sense but also through the wide array of the ever-changing collaborative business models, are scrutinizing their providers very closely,” said Debi Hamill, IAOP CEO. “The GO100 is the definitive guide to help companies research and compare service providers with whom they are considering relationships.”
The Global Outsourcing 100 list is created based on applications received, and contains comprehensive survey of the company’s delivery capabilities. IAOP asks applicants to present customer references and details of its innovation and CSR programs, among other company information. For a thorough review of the judging process click here.
This year Intetics was ranked as one of the Super Stars of the Global Outsourcing list, having been on the list for a decade. It is listed as the top company for customer references, awards, certifications, and programs for innovation. It is also one of the companies showing continued growth, evident in its achievements for number of employees and number of offices worldwide in its ‘Rising Star’ company size category. To commemorate Intetics’ achievements, IAOP issued a certificate for Intetics.
“For many companies being named to the List even once is a great honor. Having been among the best outsourcing providers for ten years demonstrates our deep commitment to customer satisfaction and quality software. We will continue to create the best distributed teams, deliver exceptional quality software and ensure that our clients’ technological needs are met,” said Boris Kontsevoi, Intetics Founder and President. “I am certain that our focus on resolving customer technological challenges will earn us a spot among the best for years to come.”
The entire Global Outsourcing 100 list has been published in the June 5th issue of FORTUNE 500 magazine as part of the special advertising feature by IAOP. The full alphabetical list can be also seen on the IAOP website.
Intetics creates and operates effective distributed technology teams focused on software product development, IT support, quality assurance and data processing. The company enables IT rich, innovative organizations to capitalize on available global talent, based on a proprietary business model of Remote In-Sourcing®, advanced Quality Management Platform, measurable SLAs, and Intetics’ in-depth engineering expertise. Their core know-how lays in design of software products in conditions of incomplete specifications. For more information, please visit www.intetics.com.
IAOP is the go-to association leading the way to improve outsourcing outcomes by bringing together customers, providers and advisors in a collaborative, knowledge-based environment that promotes professional development, recognition, certification and excellence. With over 120,000 members and affiliates worldwide, IAOP is not only on top of the latest trends but in front of them. Through its expansive global chapter network, premier training and certification programs, knowledge center, member community and more, IAOP helps members learn, grow and succeed. For more information and how you can become involved, visit www.IAOP.org.
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. To ensure participation by a broad cross-section of the industry, The Global Outsourcing 100 list includes both larger established global firms, referred to as ‘Leaders,’ as well as smaller, faster growing firms with less than $50 million per year in revenue and/or fewer than 5,000 employees, referred to as ‘Rising Stars.’ Companies are first organized by Leader or Rising Star criteria and then evaluated based on the four judging categories. The final list is composed of the top 75 Leaders and top 25 Rising Stars.