The top 100 list is derived using a scientific research methodology based on over 200 data points and several qualitative parameters, including management excellence, revenue and headcount growth, breadth of services and verticals served, contract size and project complexity, global expansion and engagement models.
âThe global services industry has gone clearly beyond the paradigm of âmore work at lesser costâ. Companies are routinely seeking business outcomes, and in some cases, new forms of business value,â said Ed Nair, Editor, Global Services. âService providers who can deliver on these fronts make it to the GS100.â
Over the past year DataArt has reached an all-time high in annual revenue, expanded its global footprint to Switzerland and opened European headquarters in Ukrainian capital Kiev, increasing the total headcount to 600. DataArt signed over 50 new clients across key industries, with financial services, healthcare and mobile solutions leading the way.
DataArt has also been named to 2011 Inc. 5000 List of Americaâs fastest growing private companies, voted a Top Ten Employer in Russia by HR Brand 2010, and a top five Ukrainian company to work for by Ukrainian Association of Developers.
âDataArtâs consistent inclusion in key industry rankings is a testament to our dedication to excellence in customer service and employee management,â said Eugene Goland, President of DataArt, âand weâre proud that our deep industry expertise and commitment to quality allows us to work with the most sophisticated and discerning clients.â