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2018 Clutch Global Leader

Maciej Zdunek
Marketing Specialist

We are very happy to announce that Visuality is featured in 2018 Clutch Global Leader! We are listed in 200+ Top Developers list.

5min read

It is a huge honor for us because only the most highly recommended companies in each industry are recognized as leaders.

We are looking for long-term relationships with our customers. This gives the best value for them. When there is a time and consistency in delivering value for customers - we earn trust. When it’s earned - magic starts to happen. Because cooperation based on trust gives the best results.
From gilb.com

Most challenging are the beginnings of cooperation because there is a certain amount of tension and suspicion.

A couple of years ago we decided to focus on that part and help our customers to make a decision on choosing the right software development partner. We set the KPI’s for most important, popular and significant service requirements when choosing a software development company. Cost, quality, schedule time and willingness to refer are the most important among the others. We wanted to compete with other software development partners based on the same factors. Let the best one win! Of course, there was a risk of bias. We thought about some external independent tool for every company which could give unbiased data. Verified and researched data. Then Clutch.co came in.

Clutch is a B2B research, ratings, and reviews company from the Washington, DC. They connect small and mid-market businesses with best-fit marketing, advertising, design, development, and IT companies, consultants, or software.
Their methodology considers verified feedback from client references, services offered, work quality, and market presence to compare and rank companies in a specific market.
From Clutch.co

Clutch identifies the leaders using a methodology that evaluates companies’ industry expertise and ability to deliver.

How they measure it?

By evaluating and following 5 criteria in case of “Industry expertise”:

  • Services offered

  • Clients

  • Case studies

  • Awards received

  • Social media presence

And 4 criteria in “Ability to deliver”:

  • Recency, number, and quality of Clutch-verified reviews published to your company profile

  • Types of clients you work with

  • Services you offer and your experience providing those services

  • Brand reputation and visibility in your target market

Companies that receive high marks for industry expertise and ability to deliver have a greater chance of becoming leaders in their respective industry segments. Today we are proud to share that through our 17 reviews received from some of our Clients so far we have an average result of 5.0.

Development is Clutch’s most competitive category, so becoming a leading development company requires technical expertise, adaptability, and an excellent rapport with clients from all industries and backgrounds,” Clutch Business Analyst Sara Philibotte said. “These companies deserve praise for their ability to distinguish themselves in a saturated, rapidly growing global market.”

From Clutch.co As you can see there is a lot of factors which makes that company is listed in the Leaders Matrices for Developers so we are even more proud that we made it and will be among the best companies in the world. Thank you Clutch.co!

Check the whole leader matric here and our Clutch account:

https://clutch.co/press-releases/announces-200-developers-global-2018

https://clutch.co/profile/visuality#review-23160.

Maciej Zdunek
Marketing Specialist

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