BVB-listed AROBS launches AROBS Engineering arm

AROBS Transilvania Software (BVB: AROBS), the technology company listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, has launched AROBS Engineering, following the completion of the takeover of the business line and the Software Development Services team from Enea AB in Sweden at the beginning of June this year.

AROBS Engineering, officially registered as AROBS Development & Engineering, comprises approximately 160 specialists in embedded technologies located in Bucharest, Iași, and Craiova, as well as in Florida, USA.

"Since signing the transaction in April, we have planned to collaborate closely with the new colleagues who have joined the AROBS team by creating an independent organization that incorporates their services and specific experience in the services they provide, with full focus on embedded systems. AROBS Engineering means a mix of global embedded skills for partners in high-performing sectors - medical, aerospace, maritime, industrial IoT, electronics, fintech, and more," Voicu Oprean, founder and CEO of AROBS, said.

In the medium and long term, AROBS Engineering's objectives focus on growing the company's business in North America and Western Europe and expanding its client portfolio.

In April of this year, AROBS Transilvania Software announced the signing of the transaction through which it took over Enea Services Romania SRL and, implicitly, the business line and the software services development team of Enea AB together with the US operations (local contractors and clients). 

Marius Duțu will manage AROBS Engineering together with the other members of the management team. He held the position of CEO before AROBS took over the company. 

"We are delighted to be part of the AROBS Group, and we are confident that we will continue to develop new successful embedded software projects together. Over the company's more than 20 years of existence, we have gone through two such integration processes, following the acquisition by Adecco in 2006 and Enea AB in 2008. I am convinced that this third transaction is a charm. AROBS Engineering will become a benchmark in developing embedded software regionally and globally in the coming years," Marius Duțu, CEO of AROBS Engineering, said.

(Photo courtesy of the company)

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BVB-listed AROBS launches AROBS Engineering arm

AROBS Transilvania Software (BVB: AROBS), the technology company listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, has launched AROBS Engineering, following the completion of the takeover of the business line and the Software Development Services team from Enea AB in Sweden at the beginning of June this year.

AROBS Engineering, officially registered as AROBS Development & Engineering, comprises approximately 160 specialists in embedded technologies located in Bucharest, Iași, and Craiova, as well as in Florida, USA.

"Since signing the transaction in April, we have planned to collaborate closely with the new colleagues who have joined the AROBS team by creating an independent organization that incorporates their services and specific experience in the services they provide, with full focus on embedded systems. AROBS Engineering means a mix of global embedded skills for partners in high-performing sectors - medical, aerospace, maritime, industrial IoT, electronics, fintech, and more," Voicu Oprean, founder and CEO of AROBS, said.

In the medium and long term, AROBS Engineering's objectives focus on growing the company's business in North America and Western Europe and expanding its client portfolio.

In April of this year, AROBS Transilvania Software announced the signing of the transaction through which it took over Enea Services Romania SRL and, implicitly, the business line and the software services development team of Enea AB together with the US operations (local contractors and clients). 

Marius Duțu will manage AROBS Engineering together with the other members of the management team. He held the position of CEO before AROBS took over the company. 

"We are delighted to be part of the AROBS Group, and we are confident that we will continue to develop new successful embedded software projects together. Over the company's more than 20 years of existence, we have gone through two such integration processes, following the acquisition by Adecco in 2006 and Enea AB in 2008. I am convinced that this third transaction is a charm. AROBS Engineering will become a benchmark in developing embedded software regionally and globally in the coming years," Marius Duțu, CEO of AROBS Engineering, said.

(Photo courtesy of the company)

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