AROBS, from Transylvania to Europe and beyond – The growth of a Romanian IT Company

AROBS celebrates significant growth within the European and Global IT Markets

Romania - April 26, 2019 / / —

Expertise, boldness, persistence and innovation: this is how AROBS Transilvania Software made it on the competitive global IT Market.

Established in 1998, AROBS, European by birth and international by culture, built its way to a global presence through mixing products and services with high expertise and innovation. It all started with 10 software developers using a small apartment as an office, in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, Romania.

Today, AROBS Transilvania Software is an IT solution provider of ready-to-use systems and tailor-made software based on the latest technologies. It is also one of the very few Romanian-owned companies that boldly expand in Europe and Asia, through acquisitions and new market conquests.

In the last 20 years, AROBS Transilvania Software has developed its own product line for domestic and international markets (Optimall, TrackGPS, etc.). The company has become highly specialised in delivering software services to specific industries, including Automotive Engineering, Travel Software, Hospitality Solutions, Life Sciences, Home Automation Systems, IoT, and Enterprise - Cloud application development.

In a bold move, AROBS acquired CoSo, a software solution company, in 2018. By taking over CoSo, AROBS took on the challenges and opportunities brought about by its presence in Benelux, dynamic, demanding market. Over the year, AROBS continued to expand, becoming one of the market leaders for fleet management solutions in South Eastern Europe, with two further successful acquisitions in Romania and Hungary: SAS Grup Romania and SkyShield Hungary.

Today, AROBS offers complex fleet management services for over 6500 companies, across Romania, The Republic of Moldova, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria and Indonesia. AROBS’ goal is to help manage more than 100,000 vehicles by 2020.

AROBS is also expanding its product portfolio, entering new specialised markets. AROBS recently announced the takeover of UCMS Romania – a company specialised in human resources - with two well-known HR products: True HR and dpPayroll. Furthermore, AROBS started investing in SoftManager which is a very promising CRM+ and another Romanian application.

As Voicu Oprean, Founder and CEO of AROBS Transilvania Software said: “We are delighted to be adding recognized products to our offering, adding expertise, cementing growth and providing even better services and products for our clients. We look forward to continuing to strengthen our market position and product lines for international and domestic markets.”
More about AROBS
AROBS connects clients to the future of technology by combining services and products. They turn ideas into code and their expertise into client benefit. Since their inception in 1998, AROBS has been connecting excellent specialists with well-tuned, flexible processes. They consistently deliver high-level IT solutions.

With high-quality services and products and the dedication shown by AROBS specialists the company has built strong, long-term partnerships with thousands of companies from 14 countries. Their passion for technological novelties and sustained efforts to develop new skills, aligned with market trends turned AROBS into one of the main players in the Romanian IT landscape.

At the moment, over 800 employees and collaborators work in AROBS offices worldwide. In Romania they are present in – Cluj-Napoca, Tîrgu Mureș, Baia Mare, Arad, Suceava, Iași and Bucharest. In addition, the company has several international subsidiaries in Germany, Hungary, the Republic of Moldova, Indonesia and CoSo by AROBS in the Netherlands and Belgium.

For more information, please contact Andreea Marcu by email at or by phone on +40 754077654.
Cluj-Napoca 63 Minerilor Street Cluj-Napoca, 400409, Romania.
Phone: +40 (0)364143201
Fax: +40 (0)264598426

Contact Info:
Name: Andreea Marcu
Organization: AROBS
Address: Cluj-Napoca 63 Minerilor Street Cluj-Napoca, 400409, Romania
Phone: +40 (0)364143201


Release ID: 507013

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