DALLAS, Aug. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --Synerzip is pleased to announce that the company has been named to the prestigious Inc. Magazine 5000 list for the sixth consecutive year. Synerzip helps clients accelerate their product roadmap with offshore development teams.
With a presence in Texas, Silicon Valley and India, Synerzip has become a trusted outsourcing partner for Agile software product development. Synerzip Cofounders and clients alike celebrated the announcement.
"We've been able to keep growing consistently in large part due to our team's flawless, almost machine like product delivery capabilities built on a sound foundation of Agile and Lean Startup practices with geographically distributed teams," said Synerzip CEO Hemant Elhence. "Agile and Lean Startup thinking is ingrained in our company DNA."
Synerzip CTO Vinayak Joglekar concurred.
"If you need to scale your engineering capacity for ongoing product development, Synerzip's cross-functional teams provide all the needed skills including UX, Product Ownership, Development, QA, and DevOps," he said. "Plus, our talented teams have experience across a variety of technologies, all of which benefits our clients. Our expertise ranges from microservices and responsive UI to machine learning and natural language processing."
By partnering with Synerzip, clients are able to quickly increase the size of their engineering team, decrease time to market and save at least 50 percent with Agile development teams in Pune, India.
Just ask Herman Spencer, CEO of Software Built by Design, who isn't surprised Synerzip has landed on the coveted Inc. list for six years running.
"Synerzip was vital to our success," said Spencer, who worked with Synerzip for 2 years as Director of Engineering at Quickoffice, which was acquired by Google. "The cost savings are a given, but that wasn't the value proposition for me. When you're dealing with Synerzip, you're dealing with your peers. We worked with a team that was technically accomplished and 100 percent dedicated. They were skilled in Agile and experts in Mobile."
Spencer has worked with development teams in India for 20 years and said Synerzip stands apart.
"They will tell you if an idea is bad -- and why it's bad -- and they'll give you a solution for how you can do it better," he said.
Shin Inoue, founder and CEO of ForUsAll in San Francisco, selected Synerzip as the company's product development partner in July 2014.
"Synerzip has been a good, reliable partner for us, helping us scale our engineering capacity for ongoing product development," said Inoue, who's company provides the next-gen 401(k) retirement plan to small and medium size businesses.
"Synerzip's cross-functional teams provide all of the needed skills. The team has enhanced our product and helped re-architect the platform. As our product footprint has expanded, the Synerzip team has grown with us."
Distributed teams following Agile practices for product development is a common method used with many Synerzip clients.
That is the model Synerzip uses with client PDX Software in Ft. Worth, Texas. PDX became a Synerzip client in Feb. 2007.
"The collaboration has continued to grow and now includes on-going product development and cloud enablement," said Aaron Howard, SVP of Software Development at PDX.
"We know that we can rely on Synerzip and that's why they have been a long-term collaborative partner for us," Howard said. "They're also helping us deliver a better user experience for our customers."
Synerzip is a trusted outsourcing partner for Agile software product development. Synerzip helps clients accelerate the delivery of the product roadmap and fills technology skill gaps. We save customers at least 50% with our offshore software development and have U.S.-based local architects and product managers located on-site.
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 was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Dallas. The company has presence in Texas and the San Francisco Bay Area as well as a development center in Pune, India.
Synerzip has served more than 100 clients. Clients include companies backed by leading investors, such as Tangoe (Sevin Rosen, now public), Credant (Austin Ventures, now acquired by Dell), PeopleAdmin (Vista Equity), Quickoffice (Mayfield, now acquired by Google), iTKO (Covera Ventures, now acquired by CA), ExamSoft (Spectrum Equity), Studer Group (JMI Equity, now acquired by Huron Consulting), Clockwork Solutions (Teakwood Capital), CloudOn (Rembrandt Venture, Translink Capital and Foundation Capital, acquired by Dropbox), Kinnser (Insight Venture Partners), DrillingInfo (Insight Venture Partners), and SnapLogic (Andreessen Horowitz).