Despite a global pandemic and business slow-downs, Exadel continues to thrive and grow based on its distributed Agile engineering and development model.
Exadel announced strong momentum in the second quarter of 2020, including increased sales, the addition of new clients, several new projects and the expansion of its C-level team with two senior level appointments. The company’s achievements are particularly noteworthy in the midst of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The distributed Agile development model Exadel employs is central to its ability to withstand economic challenges as it helps clients realize digital transformation across the globe.
Specifically, in the second quarter, Exadel:
- Maintained its growth projections for 2020
- Increased repeat business from existing clients
- Leveraged additional projects via distributed Agile development
- Deepened its senior management bench strength with new positions of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Delivery Officer
“Exadel has always had a distributed Agile development approach to help clients achieve success,” explained Fima Katz, CEO of Exadel. “We have teams across the globe who have been working in a distributed manner since the formation of the company. While other companies are struggling to adjust quickly to a remote workplace reality, Exadel provides the infrastructure, resources, technology and talent needed to easily adapt and thrive despite great disruptions such as COVID-19.
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