Surge, a leading provider of custom software development and consulting services, has announced it made the 2015 Inc. 5000 list once again with a rank of #1000. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Surge has been acknowledged as one of the fastest-growing private businesses in the US.
“This past year we’ve been very busy delivering high quality software to our clients,” said CEO Matt MacKay. “The value of our service is something businesses won’t find anywhere else. We don’t hesitate to say we have America’s best software engineers, and we offer them on demand at an affordable price.”
For years, companies of all industries and sizes have sought out Surge to help build intuitive software solutions for their business needs. Within the past 12 months Surge has engaged with top-tier clients such as Under Armour, L’Oreal, Citizens Bank, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Verizon Wireless, just to name a few.
“Some of the most respected, successful companies in the world have entrusted Surge with their most complex and mission critical software development needs. We’ve proven that our team can outperform any other software consulting firm.” said MacKay.
Surge only hires the top 1% of software engineers in the US and Canada. These engineers go through a rigorous, proprietary screening process that includes live coding. This proprietary process has proven to be amazingly effective, such that 98% of candidates who score well “hit the ground running” with rock-solid code. This gives Surge a unique competitive advantage.
Surge is a leading provider of custom web, cloud, mobile, and desktop software development and consulting services to clients in every major industry, from hot startups to Fortune 500 companies. Founded in 2007, they have successfully delivered hundreds of software products and solutions to their clients using only the top 1% of US and Canada based software designers, developers, project managers, and testers. Simply put, they offer America’s best software engineers on demand at rates 30-50% less than the competition.