Synerzip: OPD and Testing, the Agile way
Date: Wednesday , November 02, 2011
Synerzip is a dual shore — U.S. and India based - outsourced software product development company. Using its Agile software development expertise, Synerzip helps venture backed technology companies scale-up their engineering organization in a capital efficient manner. “We help our clients reap the capital efficiencies of an offshore (India) operation without having them to deal with the upfront set-up costs, on-going challenges of talent recruitment & retention, and software delivery risks, ” says Hemant Elhence, Founder & CEO, Synerzip. Since its founding in 2004, Synerzip has served over 50 clients. Synerzip’s clients include leading VC-backed companies, such as Tangoe (Sevin Rosen funded), Credant Technologies (Austin Ventures funded), QuickOffice (Mayfield funded), iTKO (Hunt/Covera Ventures funded), and CoreTrace (Hunt/Covera Ventures funded).
The company has a team with deep expertise in enterprise-class software product development, QA/testing, maintenance, support, across a number of technology and functional domains, including Android, iOS, and SharePoint. The founders of the company believe, Synerzip is quite unique in this space. The reason — exclusive focus on serving VC-backed companies. “We really understand these companies well and serve them with a delivery model that is tailored for them”, says Elhence. The company also has high-caliber, dedicated engineering teams for each client, functioning as a seamless extension of client’s in-house team in U.S.
“Additionally, having real Agile experience, we can actually coach and train our client teams, to follow sound Agile software development practices that are suitable in their specific situation,” says Joglekar, Co-Founder and CTO, Synerzip. Finally, it offers control and flexibility, i.e. it allows clients to convert their team with Synerzip into their own captive team whenever client management feels they are ready for that transition. With such distinctive offerings, Synerzip has carved a niche for itself.