Software & Cloud Industry
Gartner predicts the global Cloud market to reach $411B by 2020. One of the key growth factors, cloud computing, has changed the dynamics of doing business today. SaaS and PaaS services gain momentum as the demand for digitization grows. Businesses turn to cloud for scalability and build microservices architectures for flexibility. New tools and technologies pop up as mushrooms. The overall war for best IT talent constrains top-line growth for many Software and Cloud companies accentuating the importance of professional IT talent acquisition and knowledge retention. Smart companies win by choosing the right customer acquisition strategy or use API integration and third-party services to secure business agility.
The technical level is remarkably high. The work ethic is very close to the work ethics we have. We have all systems in place, good communication, good workflow here.— Guillaume Hallaert | Hardware Team Leader at Agidens
I appreciate the collaboration with Skelia very much because of their pragmatic approach and also their open and direct communication channels. Because of their professionalism and flexibility, Skelia is an excellent partner to help you to extend your team.— Dominique Pierard | Operations Manager Nearshore at Realdolmen, a member of the European Gfi Group
The way Skelia works and delivers services proves that the company is more than a mere software development provider. It is a strategic partner that contributes to our business objectives and helps us reach them. As a mature company, Skelia has well-established communication processes at both the project and business levels reflected in fast responses of HR, PMs, tech leads, and team members.— Sven Coppens | Development Manager at Aprimo
The collaboration was so interesting and beneficial that we have decided to reorganize the company in such a way that we could outsource all future development activities to Skelia.— Steven Hackars | Founder and Product Director at c-Quilibrium
The decisive factor that made it all work was that we managed to join efforts and cooperate efficiently. We learned from each other and helped each other sharing our best practices. At the beginning, we were customers and, now, we are partners working together. So, I think we contribute to each other’s goals making us a good business partner not just a client.— Kristof Caekebeke | Head of Development Omni-Channel at Thomas Cook