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Clutch Announces Leading Mobile App and Web Developers in Russia

April 12, 2017

by Michael Block

Business Analyst

This updated research showcases thirty development shops with an outstanding record in their fields.

WASHINGTON, April 12, 2017- Today, Clutch has announced the top web and app development agencies throughout Russia. These ranks are a result of the agencies’ technical achievement in the development world, as well as feedback from their clients.

The leading Russian web developers are: ADCI Solutions, SimbirSoft, Shakuro, Arcadia, Soshace, CimpleO, A2 Design Inc., Ramotion Inc., Heads and Hands, MediaSoft, Globus LTD, ISS Art, Live Typing, Evrone, and Azoft.

 The leading Russian app developers are: Touch Instinct, Magora, Ramotion Inc., Heads and Hands, Redmadrobot, e-Legion, The Better Bunch, AGIMA.mobile, iD EAST, SimbirSoft, Space-O Technologies, InfoShell, Surf, Omega-R, and Live Typing. 

“There is no question that the development talent in Russia today is rich and extensive,” said Michael Block, analyst at Clutch. “These firms stand out among their peers by offering the most unique and highest quality development solutions for their clients.”

In order to fully assess these web and app developers, Clutch took many different factors into account. This included the agencies’ focus on development service lines, as well as market presence and ability to deliver. Client interviews and past experience also played a key role in the process.

Clutch’s research on leading Russian web and mobile app developers is ongoing. The firm encourages all development companies in Russia to apply for inclusion in the ongoing research.

The full research can be found here:





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A B2B research firm in the heart of Washington, DC, Clutch connects you with the agencies and software solutions that can help you enhance your business and meet your goals. Our methodology maps agencies and software solutions based on consumer reviews, the type of services offered, and quality of work.


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