'We are honored to be recognized for our leadership in the global services business. Our mission is to help clients create and expand their market leadership with innovative IT and co-creation,' said Jacob Hsu, CEO at Symbio.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 09, 2013
Freeborders, a Symbio, Inc. company, today announced that Global Services has recognized the company as one of the 2013 Global Services 100 providers. This is the fourth consecutive time that Freeborders has been named among the Global Services 100.
"The global services market environment has been dynamic. While technology budgets continued to be constrained, organizations were clamoring to re-orient their IT and process management practices to include mobility, cloud, analytics, and social media. The GS100 service providers are the ones to quickly adjust to this new reality; the big differentiator is that these companies demonstrate the ability to deliver business outcomes,” says Ed Nair, Editor, Global Services
In November Freeborders merged with Symbio, strengthening its position as a global leader in outsourced product development under the Symbio brand. The joint service offering provides clients with a complete portfolio of R&D-as-a-Service (RDaaS) solutions to ignite (strategic insight, design and productization), accelerate (agile software development, application development & maintenance, QA and globalization) and optimize their businesses (joint development centers, managed operations centers and customer experience centers).
“We are honored to be recognized for our leadership in the global services business. Our mission is to help clients create and expand their market leadership with innovative IT and co-creation,” said Jacob Hsu, CEO at Symbio. “Today’s market leaders are measured by their ability to release cutting-edge products quickly, to optimize business operations and to engage customers across a variety of social and mobile channels.”
The Global Services 100 study is executed by Global Services under the guidance of Neogroup, a globalization advisory firm. Its analytical model is based on four key criteria: performance and leadership, quality and maturity of customers, breadth of services offered, and spread of global delivery capabilities.
2013 Global Services 100
The Global Services 100, now in its eighth year, is a tool for buyers of business and technology services that helps them to identify and select the right vendor. The GS100 analytical model is based on four key criteria: performance and leadership, quality and maturity of customers, breadth of services offered, and spread of global delivery capabilities.
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Symbio provides technology innovation and software R&D services to leading companies ranging from global multinationals such as IBM, Intel, and Microsoft, to cutting edge pioneers like Evernote, Square, and Xiaomi. We combine innovative expertise, an advanced global delivery network and specialized solutions to enable software product development of the highest quality, speed, cost-¬‐efficiency and innovation. Symbio's headquarters are in Silicon Valley with eight development centers in China, Finland, and Sweden. To learn more, visit http://www.symbio.com.