Research Firm SourcingLine Publishes Research Update on Top Mobile App Developers

The research highlights 15 top firms that can be trusted to help clients develop and execute market leading mobile strategies.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 10, 2013 — Today SourcingLine published a revised edition of their Mobile Application Development Leaders Matrix. The Leaders Matrix analyzes each firm’s focus in mobile development against their ability to deliver great applications. This publication adds depth to the SourcingLine’s existing mobile development research, which has been called most comprehensive available online.

The Mobile Application Developers Leaders Matrix focuses on firms with a proven track record of delivering high-quality applications for clients ranging from promising startups to leading global brands. The top developers were selected based on over a dozen quantitative and qualitative factors including company experience, breadth of knowledge, portfolio of past work, client references, industry recognition, and marketing presence.

Out of the 200 companies that have applied to be included in the Mobile Application Developers Leaders Matrix, only 15 firms were selected. The firms included are: Sourcebits, Y Media Labs, Fuzz Productions, Mubaloo, WillowTree Apps, IntellectSoft, Fueled, Ebbex, Applico, Mobisoft Infotech, RaizLabs, APPEK Mobile Apps, Cygnis Media, TechAhead Software, and QBurst.

"As mobile computing becomes a larger part of our lives, it is imperative that companies are able to plan and execute a winning mobile strategy," stated Sam Pettee, Senior Analyst at SourcingLine. "All of the firms included in the Leaders Matrix are experts in mobile strategy and consistently produce beautifully designed applications that exceed client expectations."

SourcingLine has also updated previous research on mobile application sub segments for iPhone App Developers, iPad App Developers and Android App Developers.

SourcingLine’s effort to identify the top mobile developers will be ongoing and they encourage firms with a proven record to apply to participate in updates to their research. Upcoming publications seek to highlight the best mobile developers in the UK and Europe.

About SourcingLine

SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT 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 analysis of Global Outsourcing Locations and Mobile Application Developers among others. Our services research leverages a proprietary framework, the Leaders Matrix, which clearly maps firm’s focus areas and their ability to deliver on client expectations.

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