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Research Firm SourcingLine Publishes List of Leading .NET Development Companies

June 4, 2014

by Joshua Margolin

Principal Analyst

The new research identifies leading .NET development companies that offer solutions and services for the Microsoft stack

WASHINGTON, June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - SourcingLine published new research on leading .NET development firms. Companion directories highlighting web developers and .NET developers accompany this new research. Each directory provides a range of filtering tools to help buyers identify qualified firms that best fit their needs.

The top firms inaugurated into the .NET Developers Leaders Matrix are as follows:

Itransition, Softeq, MentorMate, Oxagile, Belitsoft, Artezio, Software Developers India, Cygnet Infotech, Delphic Digital, and Perfectial.

"Many companies continue to rely heavily on Microsoft technologies and solutions," stated Joshua Margolin, Senior Analyst at SourcingLine. "As a result, market demand for related development and implementation services remains very high. Our research identifies several leading vendors with proven competence working with the Microsoft stack."

SourcingLine's effort to identify leading .NET development firms remains ongoing, and they encourage proven firms to apply to participate in their research updates. Upcoming publications in web development will highlight leading Sitecore Partners, WordPress developers and designers, and Ruby on Rails developers.

About SourcingLine

SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT, digital design and marketing services. We provide independent, quantitative analysis on leading services firms to support procurement decisions in small, medium and large enterprises. We publish the top-ranked, independent analysis of Mobile Application Developers, among other categories. Our research leverages a proprietary framework known as the Leaders Matrix, which maps firms' focus areas and their ability to deliver.


Joshua Margolin

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