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May 23, 2023 15:31 EEST
May 23 (SeeNews) - UK-based software developer Amdaris said on Tuesday that it has opened its second business centre in Romania's capital Bucharest, where it aims to hire 50 by year's end.
Amdaris' second office in Bucharest is also its seventh global location, it said in a press release.
The software developer added it increased its revenue by 94% last year, doubling the number of employees globally and achieving a 90% growth rate for average revenue per customer.
"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 EU seventh in technology and start-ups, and being the sixteenth largest IT hub in Europe, with more than 50,000 professional developers," said Vlad Nanu, co-founder and co-CEO of the Amdaris group.
Amdaris was founded in 2009 by Andy Rogers and Vlad Nanu. The company is headquartered in the United Kingdom and has delivery centres in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, and Dubai. In Romania, the company currently employs 250 people - 200 in Timișoara and 50 in Bucharest.
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