FREMONT, CA — October 18, 2016 — Synerzip announced today that it has featured in the SiliconIndia’s Magazine as one of the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S.
“We are proud to announce Synerzip as one among the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S,” said Sagaya Christuraj, Managing Editor of SiliconIndia. “Synerzip’s consistent focus is on helping venture backed companies accelerate their product roadmap in a capital efficient manner.”
Synerzip offers in-depth expertise in Agile software product development to venture funded small/mid-sized software companies focused on social media, mobile, big data analytics, cloud and enterprise software. Synerzip works as a co-development partner for venture-backed software companies in their growth phase. Following Agile practices, Synerzip seamlessly dovetails with each client’s engineering team; helping them scale up, in a flexible, capital-efficient and frictionless manner.
Founded in 2004, Synerzip is based in the United States, with its software development center in India. This dual shore model gives clients the ability to tap into Synerzip’s superior engineering talent while cutting development costs by 50% and adds significant business flexibility by serving as an extension to current software product development efforts. Since, its inception Synerzip has served over 60 clients including companies backed by leading VCs, such as Tangoe (Sevin Rosen), Credant (Austin Ventures), QuickOffice (Mayfield), iTKO (Covera Ventures), PeopleAdmin (Summit Partners). For more info, visit: https://www.synerzip.com/
Published from Fremont, California, SiliconIndia is a print magazine that gives information about business, technology, startups, venture capital firms, and education. A distinguished panel comprising of accomplished CEOs & CIOs including board members of SiliconIndia magazine have finalized the “Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S” and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants in the mobility arena. For more information visit: http://www.siliconindia.com/