Symfa named as top DevOps and cloud consulting company

Symfa, a leading software development firm, has been listed among the top 10 DevOps and cloud consulting firms in the USA. 

Symfa, a leading software development firm, has been listed among the top 10 DevOps and cloud consulting firms in the USA. 

The recognition came from BDCC Global, a top research firm which specialises in listing the top DevOps service providers around the globe.

According to the announcement, Symfa showcased outstanding performance across the multiple categories that BDCC evaluate, including; the quality of services, market presence, customer satisfaction, online reputation, and more.

This success saw the firm secure sixth position in the prestigious Top DevOps Consulting Companies in the USA ranking.

On top of this, the firm attained the third place in the esteemed Top DevOps Consulting Companies in Florida ranking, and earned the seventh spot in the highly-regarded Top AWS Consultants ranking.

These accolades serve as a testament to Symfa’s extensive expertise in the DevOps and cloud domain, cultivated over a decade of collaboration with enterprise-grade clients.

With a diverse portfolio of services, Symfa empowers its clients to deliver robust, high-performance systems while fostering efficient operational environments conducive to sustained growth and innovation.

Recently, Symfa spoke to FinTech Global to outline its expectations for the InsurTech sector in 2024.

The firm opened up on the expected widespread adoption of AI and ML, explaining how it is certainly a part of their future.     

Vitali Yurkevich, CEO of Symfa, highlighted the intended strategies for the company to gain a competitive edge, stating, “AI implementation for decision-making aligns with our customers’ pressing challenges.”    

He noted that customers often express struggles within the hampered macroeconomic situation and fierce competition, particularly concerning underwriters’ efforts on less promising bids and resource-intensive yet slow-return products.  

“What we’re going to work on during the next year, is to develop a predictive tool capable of analysing a vast array of insurance data, offering business hints for submissions profitability, pricing adjustments and specifying necessary formula changes. Additionally, it will recommend against taking up new clients (if those don’t meet specified margin indices) or discontinuing certain types of insurance if they prove to be low-margin or unprofitable,” he added.  

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