BERLIN, Jan. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At the end of 2021 TechBehemoths announced the best IT companies around the world, from 140 countries listed on the platform, based on their services, reviews, interaction with their business profile, and other 5 vital criteria in tech and business. The award-winning companies come from 32 countries across the globe and cover the most popular 20 IT services according to inside intel.
"In 2021, all companies from our platform become more competitive, active, and improved their credibility towards hundreds of thousands of users that sought their services. Some IT companies tried harder and got more visibility and project inquiries while other companies got their results based on how they expose their services in front of their customers" — said Marcel Sobieski, founder of TechBehemoths.
What makes TechBehemoths awards different from other similar events is the transparency and the way each company was evaluated. The platform is completely free, both for IT companies and people looking for services. There are no paid positions or ads, everything is based exclusively on meritocracy. Several key criteria to award companies on TechBehemoths are:
Business profile strength
Service demand and popularity
User activity on the company profile
"There are over 57,000 IT companies and only 1507 were awarded. That's 2.6% of companies that had the above-mentioned criteria over other companies at the end of 2021. If we added more criteria, the numbers, and the names would have changed. That's why more nominations will come during 2022" — said Dan Irascu, head of marketing at TechBehemoths.
TechBehemoths 2021-Awards is the general yearly awards event that names the best performing and reliable IT companies based on a series of criteria. The rating is evaluated from a business, technical and reliability perspective. This award brings significant social proof for the company and trust to their potential clients, considering their services instead of competitors. Nonetheless also with the responsibility to perform accordingly during the next year.
These awards bring additional social proof, increase companies' visibility and grow their professional brand so that their potential visitors consider their services instead of competitors'. TechBehemoths' statistics shows that an award-winning badge in the company profile and their website is 73% more likely to get a project inquiry.
TechBehemoths is one of the fastest-growing platforms, created in Germany, that as of January 2022 connects 57,000 reputable IT companies from 140 countries with clients and projects from all over the world.
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