Sahaj Software Solutions Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Bangalore, KAR India
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Tech Services
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Sahaj Software Solutions's estimated annual revenue is currently $12.5M per year.(?)
  • Sahaj Software Solutions's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000

Employee Data

  • Sahaj Software Solutions has 86 Employees.(?)
  • Sahaj Software Solutions grew their employee count by 28% last year.
  • Sahaj Software Solutions currently has 1 job openings.

Welcome to Sahaj, a software services and consulting firm. We help our customers co-create simple solutions. Be it visioning a product, or designing and developing a complex technical solution or enabling teams on Continuous Delivery, our highly skilled consultants, backed by our time-tested methodology and engineering practices enable us to cut through the technology hype and deliver simple solutions. The word Sahaj has its origins in the Sanskrit language and it represents simplicity. Our endeavour is to deliver outcomes which embrace aspects of simplicity represented by elegance, clarity and sophistication. We believe that this cannot happen without a strong commitment to understanding our customer's problems, a solution mindset and a commitment towards engineering excellence. Which is why, we take pride in attracting and hiring people who have empathy, curiosity, a passion for solving problems, dedication towards their craft, the courage to question the status quo and an eagerness to better the ecosystem around them. We believe that people with these attributes backed up by an organisation with an obsession towards creating simple solutions can change the way organisations leverage technology and we are on a journey towards proving just that. We draw inspiration from the famous quote - Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. After all, if solutions aren't simple, then it only means that we haven't understood the problem well enough. That's a clear signal to 'get back to the basics'​.