Clarity Named as a Leading Software Development Company in Texas

New research highlights 15 leading software development companies based on in-depth client feedback

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Clarity named top software development company, TexasWASHINGTON, DC, November 16, 2017 – B2B ratings and reviews firm Clutch released a report announcing the top software development companies in Texas. The research uses industry data and verified client interviews to rank the leading companies in the state.

The top Texas software development companies are:

Praxent, Itransition, Moove-it, Eureka Software, Copper Mobile, Impiger Technologies, Kinetech Cloud, Four Kitchens, Bottle Rocket, itexico, Renovatio Cloud Solutions, Clarity Ventures, Enola Labs Software, AppShark Software, and Simublade.

“Texas has seen an increase in companies in the tech industry, making it challenging to identify the right company for a project,” said Aaron Morales, an analyst at Clutch. “From San Antonio to Dallas, the highlighted companies have proven their ability to customize software and deliver strong results.”

Clutch identified the top performing software developers using a rating methodology that considers market presence, ability to deliver, and verified reviews and ratings.

"We are pleased to work with Clutch," said Ron Halversen, VP Sales & Marketing, Clarity. "We've been working with them for years and appreciate their valuable service. We are also very lucky to have met and worked with some great clients this past year."

The full research can be found at:

About Clutch

A B2B research, ratings, and reviews firm in the heart of Washington, DC, Clutch connects small and medium businesses with the best-fit agencies, software, or consultants they need to tackle business challenges together and with confidence. Clutch’s methodology compares business service providers and software in a specific market based on verified client reviews, services offered, work quality, and market presence.


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