Custom Software Development Firm Geneca Named The Best Chicago Small Business Work Place

Geneca, a Chicago-based custom software development company with more than 20 years of experience, has been selected by Crain’s Chicago Business as the best small business to work for.

Oak Brook, IL, United States - September 20, 2020 / / —

According to announcements released by Geneca and Dora Phillips, the custom software development firm has been chosen as one of the best and brightest employers in Chicago for 2020 by Best and Brightest. Geneca made the cut on account of it being an influential trendsetter in its niche. For more than two decades, Geneca has helped businesses big and small, across different niches, achieve operational excellence and healthier bottom lines through custom software. The company has worked for clients in diverse retail, healthcare, finance, and insurance sectors.

Geneca has been ranked first by Crain’s Chicago Business in its lists for the best small businesses to work for and the best overall business for employees in 2020 and obtained the number one rank by scoring heavily on the parameters valued by Crain's. The company stresses employing the local community, and all its employees are U.S citizens. 50% of the employees are female, and the company prides itself on its active steps to promote diversity in its hiring and retention practices.

The company confirms that 92% of its projects are completed on time and on budget. It delivers a software product developed to the customer's specifications. Using cutting-edge technology and the right strategy, Geneca helps its clients move ahead of the competition. Companies can brainstorm ideas with experienced tech experts from Geneca. From building a product to ensuring its evolution, Geneca has the skillset and expertise to enable businesses to create beneficial disruptions and take a considerable lead in the market.

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Dora Phillips of Geneca said, “We've built custom applications for businesses in many different industries, from single employee start-ups to global enterprise Fortune 100 companies. You benefit from our experience—every lesson we learned, every line we wrote, and every user was delighted. We use our fluency in a wide variety of tools, technologies, and processes to guide you through every choice you make and bring you the business outcome solutions you need on time, budget, and expectation. After all, companies that create tailor-made software solutions have a unique competitive edge in their market.”
She continued to say, “Software development does not begin with code; it begins with a business need. We start by listening to you and brainstorming solutions with you. Whether your current software applications are failing, or you have an idea to drive innovation, we listen closely and gather information to craft a free plan for your custom software that will help drive business value and ROI.”

On the company's customer-centric approach, Geneca said, "Someone will disrupt your industry—let's make sure it is you. We help you drive innovation and growth by listening, brainstorming, and planning WITH you. To make the transformation process possible, you need a custom software partner with the experience to make your development ideas actionable while reducing risks in your applications and driving business value. We build robust and scalable custom software solutions for every business need, platform, and device.”

Contact and location information are available at Geneca

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Name: Dora Phillips
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Address: 1200 Harger Road, Suite 421, Oak Brook, IL 60523
Phone: 630-599-0900


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