Chicago, IL, May 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Intersog is pleased to announce it has been ranked as a Top Mobile App Developer in Chicago by IT research agency SourcingLine.
The ranking was based on a two-dimensional Leaders Matrix that maps service providers in different geographic areas based on their technology focus and proven ability to deliver on client expectations.
Intersog was able to demonstrate its strong focus on mobile apps development by proving to meet self-reported criteria and dedicate around 80% of business to mobile development.
Intersog’s ability to deliver was evaluated based on its marketing presence and online reputation, portfolio assessment, and client references obtained by SourcingLine via telephone interviews.
“Being at the forefront of mobile development since the launch of first-generation iPhone, we’ve managed to help different types of clients, from digital startups to automotive industry giants, solve their immediate and long-term mobility needs,” said Igor Fedulov, CEO of Intersog. “As early mobile development explorers, we’re now able to stand out from the crowd of other app makers in Chicago, since we’ve put a lot of time and efforts into building highly qualified cross-border app development teams and expertise, and aligning our mobile development methodologies with the latest trends and best practices in each certain niche or vertical we’ve been engaged with.”
“Businesses in Chicago need not look far for talented design and development firms to partner with,” said Natalie Beach, Analyst at SourcingLine. “This research will help buyers navigate the landscape.”
Intersog thanks its customers for providing positive references for apps development and design services delivered, and is looking forward to becoming a reliable partner to more Chicago-based businesses with diverse mobility needs.
The full ranking is available at https://www.sourcingline.com/directory/mobile-app-developers-chicago
SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT services markets. It provides independent, quantitative analysis on leading services firms to support procurement decisions in small, medium and large enterprises. Its research leverages a proprietary framework, the Leaders Matrix, which maps firms’ focus areas and their ability to deliver on client expectations.