Established in the year 1994, Survik Software is a global IT services company focused on development of software, IT consulting and provides offshore outsourcing solutions to enterprises worldwide.
At Survik we believe that in order to benefit from offshore outsourcing, it is imperative that you continue to control the system. Our partnership led service approach, addresses the critical components which ensure a long term successful offshore IT Outsourcing strategy for our clients.
With shrinking global economies and cost competitiveness, technology leaders are in need to find out the right outsourcing partners who can share and collaborate to achieve their business goals, mitigate business risks and can deliver consistent performance.
As a leading offshore IT outsourcing company Survik has emerged as a preferred partner for offshore IT outsourcing requirements of all categories.
WHO WE ARE
Post liberalization of Indian economy, when IT & ITES industry was about to gain its foothold, Survik Software was incorporated, with the firm belief to become a leader in its domain area.
Today relying on their belief and core values about collaboration and professional integrity, the group has managed to grow from strength to strength, backed by its efficient and skilled manpower resource.
At Survik Software,”customer-centric” approach is the core methodology, in order to achieve utmost customer satisfaction from each and every project we work on.
Our work has been globally recognized & praised within different verticals such as custom software development, IT consulting and offshore development services & solutions to various enterprises
Survik – A Glimpse
- Founded in 1994
- Head quartered in USA, with branches in India.
- Commences software development services
- Introduces IT Talent management & recruitment services
- Partners with Actuate for BI & reporting services
- Strategic Alliance with IBM Tivoli Group for EAM & BI services
- Manages dedicated offshore development centers.
- Introduces Mobile App development services