Top-Rated B2B Service Providers from Latin America
Posted 26 September, 2018

Top-Rated B2B Service Providers from Latin America

Once again, our company, KAIZEN Softworks, has been recognized this time, as a Top-Rated B2B Service Provider from Latin America in the 2018 research made by the B2B research, ratings, and reviews company Clutch, a Washington D.C. based company.

Top-Rated B2B Companies Clutch Latin America 2018

All companies that made Clutch’s list of the best service providers in Latin America were evaluated based on client reviews, work quality, services offered, and market presence.

The research was conducted by a Senior Analyst from Clutch, Ricardo Real, who said:

“The highlighted agencies are top performers in their countries and the region (...) “Nearshoring the development, design, and marketing of a digital product to Latin America is a smart option for companies based in the U.S. The leading B2B companies featured in this year’s report share convenient time zones with major U.S. cities and have qualified talent, aligned working cultures, great English communication, and competitive rates, so clients get the best value for their money.”

About Clutch

A B2B research, ratings, and reviews firm in the heart of Washington, D.C., 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 presences.

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