DOOR3 is honored to share that this week we were ranked among the top 1000 B2B software development providers in the world by Clutch, and one of a select fifteen custom software development companies world-wide. Clutch is a ratings and reviews platform that uses a number of metrics such as online presence, quality of work, and client reviews to gauge the caliber of development services offered by different B2B software development companies.
We are very proud to have been awarded such a high ranking after thorough research and evaluation. We know that the quality of our past work and services, reflected in the positive feedback from our clients on Clutch, is what propelled us here.
Recognition and accolades are always appreciated, but as we alluded to, the most important praise comes directly from our satisfied clients. For example, our clients shared the following remarks about their experience working with DOOR3:
We’re incredibly grateful for our partnerships with our clients and appreciate the support they’ve given us over the years. Having the recognition on Clutch as a leading B2B custom software development company is an exciting opportunity for our team and we look forward to continuing to grow our presence on their site.
They were smart, capable, and an industry insider.
Their expertise, creativity, and collaborative approach were all impressive.
They treat us well and care about our business, and I know they will do the same for anybody I recommend.
Not only were we featured on Clutch as a leader this year, but their sister website, The Manifest, also recognized DOOR3 for our expertise across several segments. They named us one of their top UX / UI agencies and Dot Net, Drupal and software developers in New York! The good news doesn’t stop there, we made the list for the Manifest’s top 100 software developers in the world too!
We are beyond thrilled with these awards and we can’t think of a better way to wrap up 2018! Thank you again to everyone who helped us reach this point. We’re excited to see what 2019 has in store.
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