The best method is to write them down in descending order like this:
1) Acme Corporation
2) Siemens Nokia Networks
4) Tata Systems
5) Twitter Security Inc.
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8) General Motors
9) Lehman Brothers
Ulf is German. So his method is an internationally used method. Unless you too are German that is. But then I'd probably use the same method and I'm not German. So there we go, we have an internationally used method to rank companies.
How about dropping all said companies in a bowl of water and seeing how well they float?
Oh wait, that's a internationally recognised method to test how old eggs are. Ignore me (unless you are planning to eat an egg any time soon).
Joined: Nov 25, 2008
no, i didn't mean all software companies.i need software services companies.
you know there are software product companies,It consulting company,It product company................................
but i mean only software service companies
If you are looking for software and services companies, they are all the same, with regard to work they do.
If i were to consider such a company as a future employer, i'll go to their campus for interview on a Friday, and check out how "COLORFUL" the environment is, apart from the salary they offer. I may also sample coffee (and may be food) served in the cafeteria. Need some motivation to go to office everyday, right?
If I become filthy rich, I'll sponsor research for painless dental treatment at Harvard Medical School. Thats why,I'm learning Java.I have 32 teeth, 22 are man made.