Synerzip, an Agile product development partner for venture funded software companies, announced that it is ranked for the 4th consecutive year by Inc. Magazine on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest growing private companies. This list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs.
Says Inc. Magazine’s President and Editor-in-Chief Eric Schurenberg, “Only a tiny fraction of the nation’s companies have demonstrated such remarkably consistent high growth, particularly in the difficult economic environment of the past few years. This achievement truly puts Synerzip in rarefied company.”
“It is an incredible honor to be named to the Inc. 500|5000 list for the 4th consecutive year,” said Hemant Elhence, Synerzip Founder and CEO. “Over the past several years, Synerzip has experienced substantial growth which wouldn’t have been possible without our dedicated clients and partner community. This honor not only recognizes the need our market has for development partnerships, but validates the success of a dual shore model of Agile software development.”
“Synerzip has maintained excellence around most cutting edge technology ecosystems including Mobile (iOS, Android), Web 2.0 (Single Page Applications, AngularJS, BackboneJS), Node.js, Ruby, Java and Microsoft .NET,” comments Elhence. “We have helped our clients with cloud enablement (Amazon, Heroku) and continuous delivery using DevOps (Puppet, Chef, and Docker). Synerzip continues to invest in building skills in Big Data technologies (Hadoop 2.0, Storm, Spark), NoSQL databases (Mongo, Cassandra etc.), and is also focusing on Machine Learning as part of its continuous learning process.”
Mark Haney, CTO of ExamSoft, a Synerzip client, said, “ExamSoft has worked with Synerzip in developing a variety of products including an iPad offering for secure testing of students in professional programs and higher education across the globe. Synerzip’s prior experience in the iOS domain and key leadership skills combined with ExamSoft’s expert knowledge of electronic testing methods combined to drive a truly game-changing product for our customers.”
Over the last few years, Synerzip has developed deep expertise in office document handling for desktop browsers and mobile users. Synerzip has been helping its clients with format interoperability issues, mobile rendering fidelity and cloud-based office document collaboration.
Synerzip has been a co-development partner for Quickoffice (acquired by Google in June 2012) helping them build their mobile office productivity suite. Also, Synerzip has worked with CloudOn to enhance their mobile productivity solution.
With its depth of expertise in OOXML (OOXML is the Office Open XML file format that has become the default target file format of Microsoft Office), the Synerzip team has made significant contributions to improve the LibreOffice Writer (a free and open source office suite, developed by The Document Foundation) interoperability with .DOCX files. Synerzip is presenting this work at the LibreOffice 2014 Conference in Bern, Switzerland, on September 02 – 05, 2014, at the Bern University.
The annual Inc. 5000 event honoring all the companies on the list will be held from October 15 through 17, 2014 in Phoenix. To see the full list of winners and Synerzip profile, please visit http://www.inc.com/profile/synerzip.
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. For each client, Synerzip creates a software team that is tailored for them – with required skill mix, including mobile, cloud, big-data analytics and enterprise software.
Synerzip is headquartered in USA and has its development center in India. This dual shore model gives clients the ability to tap into Synerzip’s superior engineering talent to accelerate their time-to-market while cutting development costs by 50%.
Since starting in 2004, Synerzip has served over 70 clients. Clients include companies backed by leading investors, such as Tangoe (Sevin Rosen backed, now public), Credant (Austin Ventures backed, now acquired by Dell), PeopleAdmin (Vista Equity), Quickoffice (Mayfield backed, now acquired by Google), iTKO (Covera Ventures backed, now acquired by CA), ExamsSoft (Spectrum Equity), Studer Group (JMI Equity), Prodagio (Teakwood Capital) and DrillingInfo (Insight Venture Partners).
To learn more about Synerzip, visit www.synerzip.com