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Berg Software Romania: Reasons to outsource your software services to Romania in 2019

According to an opinion published by Berg Software, a company that specializes in technology consulting, software development and nearshoring/ offshoring, for both SMEs and large enterprises, with offices in Timisoara, Lugoj si Oradea, Romanian market is becoming increasingly prominent in the software outsourcing industry.

2019-03-19 20:55:50

Following their statement, the domestic market it has a leg up over the competition by offering a great combination of highly competitive costs, large supply of IT specialists, excellent linguistic & technical skills and a great location. The company with Hq in Timisoara mentioned several local benefits for choosing the local market for outsourcing.

Multilingual talent

Software developers in Romania are linguistically diverse so offshoring and nearshoring are both a viable option. Moreover, Romanians are well known in the world for speaking a lot of languages from English, to German, Spanish, Italian, and French. Strong aptitude for multilingual skills is a great advantage for customer support and building a great relationship with the clients as email and video conferencing are the primary means of communication.

Price-quality ratio

Romania manages to keep a perfect balance of great work at good prices. It's not as cheap as India, but has better prices than West Europe & US and it delivers top level services like Ukraine, Poland, Belarus and other neighbouring countries. In this age of software development, companies outsource because they can't do everything in house and cost is not the main reason anymore. Now CEOs look for an outsourcing company that provides excellent execution and innovation.

Universities and tech hubs

Romania has become a very developed technology hub with a large number of offshore centers. High schoolers and students rank very high in European and international Mathematics and Informatics Olympiads. The country's 41 technical universities produce about 5.000 engineers and computer science graduates each year, getting the number to over 120.000 software developers. This grew a strong community of very talented developers whos initiative led to the development of a large number of IT hubs all over the country.

IT experience & expertise

Romanian IT professionals are appreciated for their technical skills, as well as innovation and creativity. They work with technologies such as C, C++, .NET, Java, Javascript, PHP, Mobile and others, that enables them to partner up with some of the best and biggest IT companies in the world who concluded that Romania has a knowledgeable and experienced IT workforce.

Accesible location & geographical proximity

Romania's major IT cities (Timisoara, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu) are just a 2 hour flight away, a great advantage that facilitates close relationships with clients. Plane tickets are fairly low cost and services are very cheap. Romania is in Europen Union which helps with reducing legal and financial concerns.

Compatible time-zones

Romania is at GMT +2 hours, which means a 1-2 hours difference from other european countries. Working with US or Asia is not an impediment as programmers deliver flexible hours and do the work in daytime and meetings after hours. Not to mention Romania's high-speed broadband internet that is ranked fourth worldwide.

Cultural variety

Romania's values and cultural curiosities are similar with those of other Western European countries and Romanians can easily accept the American way of thinking. Romanians are fluent English speakers, well educated, independent, friendly and creative. The experience with other countries starts with school exchange programs that make professionals very good at collaborating with other people that belong to different cultural backgrounds.


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