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Auriga is one of the obscure gems of the software engineering outsourcing world. Its history and achievements are quite remarkable, and only its boutique size makes it less known to the general public.

The company was one of the pioneers of the offshore IT outsourcing segment in Eastern Europe. Founded in 1990, Auriga was the first Russian company to provide software R&D offshore/nearshore services to EU/US customers.

 

Nowadays the company is headquartered in the U.S., has about 350 employees, several engineering centers in Russia and EU, and its primary market is still the U.S.

The list of provided services covers all aspects of software R&D and product engineering for a broad range of knowledge areas from embedded and mobile software to enterprise and Web apps. Vertical expertise includes high-tech product development, healthcare, telecom, finance, government, mobile, media & entertainment, consumer electronics.

For many years Auriga has been recognized as one of Central & Eastern Europe’s top service providers. In 2011, Auriga was named #1 Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) provider worldwide by Datamonitor, ahead of such names as Wipro, Siemens, Capgemini, IBM, and others. Since 2006 the company has been consistently included in the Global Services 100, Global Outsourcing 100, and other global industry ratings.

This company blog is updated regularly with articles on software industry trends, research and development, outsourcing and offshoring tips and recommendations, Auriga’s news, thoughts and opinions on all the important matters and happenings in the industry.

We hope it will help us provide our readers with the most relevant information that they can use to face their software development challenges more effectively and efficiently.

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