June 11, 2018
According to Clutch, FreshWorks Studio Continues to Deliver!
FreshWorks Studio saw some great things happen in the past 12 months. Our company grew from just over a dozen people to over 50. We delivered on over 25 projects including the apps delivered for BC Hydro, BC Ferries, and Used Victoria. With all this growth, we’re still committed to delivering the highest quality work for our clients. We look to our Clutch profile to see if we are keeping our clients satisfied.
Clutch performs extensive research on App Developers in Canada. Clutch’s research methodology uses over a dozen criteria to rank companies, the most important one being client reviews. In the past few months we have had some reviews that assure us our clients are still happy.
The VP of Sales for Sierra Systems, Roger Fabi, said some great things about us on his Clutch review:
“There are currently 5 million people in British Columbia with updated cards… The Province is extremely happy with FreshWork’s attention to detail and consistency in their services”
Another reviewer on Clutch, the founder of ShowHome, who we started working with in September, 2017 said: “They always over-deliver in terms of time, design, product, and quality.”
All of the hard work for our clients paid off when, earlier this year, we got the honour of being listed as one of the first companies on Clutch’s top Canadian Developers report.
Since we work really hard to make sure all of our clients’ needs are satisfied, we are excited to have them let us know how we’re doing by leaving a review on Clutch. If you want to learn more about our work, feel free to check out the projects we’ve been working on.
Thinking about using FreshWorks Studio? Ecstatic about the work that FreshWorks Studio has done for you? Check out our Clutch profile to leave a review or see what others say about us!
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