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TOP Ruby on Rails Developers

Maciej Zdunek
Marketing Specialist

'The numbers speak for themselves'

We are once again listed amongst TOP Ruby on Rails Developers in the World by Clutch.co leaders ranking and we are actually in the 7th place! Our excellence and ability to consistently deliver quality results have not gone unnoticed.

Since our inception 2007, Visuality has delivered more than 100commercial-grade applications to clients in a variety of industries. We rely on our quality, tech-culture, and subject matter expertise to bring our clients the results they need.

Clutch is a platform for business providers and buyers to connect and be more successful together. It is a platform for in-depth client reviews, data-driven content, and vetted market leaders.

We are very happy that our hard work and the quality of our services is appreciated by reviewers and Clutch.co platform itself. Visuality team wants to turn the spotlight to our every client and thank them for their positive feedback, constant support of our partnership, work, and deliverables.

The whole ranking is based on the number of reviews and their frequency.We are focused on very long and complex ongoing projects, so it is difficult for us to get many reviews regularly. This is another aspect of why we are very proud of our current position.

What it exactly means?

That we do have very well-skilled developers and they are really good at Ruby.

A vast majority of our developers are professionally trained and experienced software engineers with many accomplished commercial projects, who graduated universities like Warsaw University of Technology or Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology. Thanks to a long and thorough recruitment process we hire the most skilled people.

The recruitment process takes from 1 to 2 months and during that period our management tests candidates' skills and check if he/she will fit in our company.

"We haven't seen any errors or disruptions in service at all since final deployment.",

"I haven't worked with a group that has been more communicative or professional."

These are some of the words customers describe us. You can read more of them in our profile.

Edit*

Tech rankings are very dynamic, and the positions are constantly changing. We are currently in 9th position but our best result yet was the 7th place! And since our first projects, we are always in the TOP 15.

Only Ruby?

We have a strong needs and wills to still evolve in engineering approach. Ruby on Rails has become our core technology which we want to specialize in but it is not the one and only service and tech stack we provide. We are very competent in other technology services such as React.JS, GoLang or even Progressive Web Apps.

Visuality demonstrated high-quality expertise and project management style, which encompasses our responsiveness, collaboration, flexibility, and timeliness, highlights certain aspects that make our company an ideal partner. If you are interested in reading more about our clients' feedback or want to learn more about our services and work, view our Clutch profile or contact us.

We look forward to exploring new opportunities to work together!

Maciej Zdunek
Marketing Specialist

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