UK-based software developer Amdaris opens second Romanian centre in Bucharest
British software developer Amdaris announced the opening of a second centre in Romania on Tuesday, May 23, in Bucharest.
Besides its headquarters in Great Britain, the business, founded in 2009 by Vlad Nanu and Andy Rogers, covers Eastern Europe with delivery centres in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, and Dubai. The company has been present in the local market since 2012, with a regional office in Timisoara.
Amdaris Romania currently has 250 employees, 200 in Timisoara and 50 in Bucharest, but aims to double the team in the capital city by the end of 2023.
“We want the new office in Bucharest to become one of the most important technical excellence and delivery centres for our customers and one of the strongest Amdaris locations. We have set several objectives to achieve this, including securing the local market position through active recruitment in the upcoming period, contributing to the company’s global strategy and overall growth, and maintaining our employees’ satisfaction level,” said Mara Pop, the centre director of Amdaris Bucharest.
Vlad Nanu, co-founder and co-CEO of the Amdaris group, stated: “Romania is the only country where the company has two independent centres because of the country’s enormous potential. Numerous considerations led us to choose Bucharest, such as a high concentration of tech talent, ranking seventh in the EU in technology and start-ups, and being the sixteenth largest IT hub in Europe, with more than 50,000 professional developers. Moreover, the Bucharest centre contributes significantly to our EU network fighting against climate change.”
Amdaris has recently announced 94% revenue growth in 2022, doubling the number of employees globally and achieving a 90% growth in average revenue per customer.
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