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Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Romania, AROBS, is a software services company that works with enterprise and mid market businesses in the IT and business service industries. With offices in Budapest, Moldova, and the Netherlands, a team of over 1,000 professionals  provide custom software development, enterprise app modernization, and IoT development for client projects.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Information technology




Business services




Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 20%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 40%

Enterprise (>$1B) 40%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 1 project

$200K-$999K 1 project

$1,000,000-$9,999,999 1 project


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Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

4 Reviews

AROBS provided staff augmentation for a pharma services company. The company needed offshore resources to quickly turnaround products. AROBS was able to develop up to 50-60 releases per year across various products, with a team of 25 testers working on multiple projects and business units. The teams were structured in an agile scrum methodology, with each team consisting of 5-8 members, including developers, testers, and scrum masters. The company invested just under $3 million for the testing resources and the partnership began in June 2018 and is ongoing.

For a healthcare solutions firm, AROBS delivered frontend development and UX design. The firm had a significant need for frontend setup that met customer requirements. AROBS delivered wireframing, UX design, and frontend development using React, HTML, and CSS, along with QA support. The team composition varied, but at its peak, it included up to six individuals across design and development. The firm invested several hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of 18 months. The partnership began in November 2018 and is ongoing.

AROBS was contracted by a travel online portal for PHP infrastructure outsourcing. The project involved a complete architecture and product transformation and migration. AROBS provided 15 to 20 full-time IT resources over several years to manage the system transition. The team was composed of approximately 10+ developers, 1/2 architects, 1 sysadmin, 2+ testers, 1 project manager, and on-demand resources depending on expertise. The project was managed in a scrum to scrumban methodology, with subteams built up as the project grew. The project was managed realistically and in partnership, with effective support teams for system administration, architecture, automated and manual testing, and management.



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