At Highland, we recognize the positive impact of a stellar customer review. In today’s competitive market, businesses that don’t put their clients at the center of their strategy are doing their customers—and themselves—a disservice. Fortunately, we prioritize people first in everything we do: it’s one of our four core values.
Thanks to the kind words of people we’ve worked with, Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews website, recently recognized Highland high-up on their report of Top Developers. Out of nearly 800 developers, we’re in the Top 10.
Previously, Clutch listed us on the Clutch 1000, named us as a Top SugarCRM Consultant, as a Leading Software Developer in Chicago, and ranked us in the Top 20 of the Best Fintech Software Development companies in the world.
We joined Clutch two years ago because we saw — and continue to see — the value that potential clients can procure from the platform. Having access to transparent and detailed reviews allows people to witness our process. Our Product Strategist, Mike Nowak, describes it thoughtfully: “Our work proceeds in a humane way, where people can flourish in their jobs. No death marches. No heroes. Just sustainable and excellent work.”
We want to extend our gratitude to all of the clients who take the time to share their experiences on Clutch. We welcome your thoughtful and honest feedback—it’s how we learn and grow as developers, designers, and strategists.
Check out a few notable comments from our clients:
What sets Highland Solutions apart from competitors is that they’re more interested in what’s important for me.
— VP of Sales, Barron Designs
Internal team members are pleased with the quality of Highland’s work. They hold daily standups with the team in order to facilitate open communication. They were very transparent, resulting in a strong partnership.
— VP of Technology, Kings III
Everybody who has worked on our project was really dedicated and loved working on it. When you work with people like that as a vendor, you know you have hit something amazing. I want to highlight their process; I have talked to them about it on several occasions. First of all, they tell you exactly what they are going to do, and one of their leads, David, Director CX Practice, said that they like to pierce mythology with data. I’ll remember that for the rest of my life.
— Program Director, Nonprofit Organization