Auriga (www.auriga.com) is a software R&D and IT outsourcing services provider incorporated in the U.S. that has been operating development centers in Russia since 1990. Auriga was the first to focus on satisfying the specific needs of software and hardware high-tech companies as its driving strategy. Included in CMP’s Global Services 100 list since 2006 and in top 10 ITO providers in Central and Eastern Europe according to the 2006 Black Book of Outsourcing, Auriga offers a wide range of services covering all aspects of the entire product engineering area and superb expertise in a rich set of knowledge areas from embedded systems and OS internals to enterprise information systems and Web applications. Auriga’s client list includes such industry majors and leaders in their segments as IBM, Draeger Medical, LynuxWorks, Queplix, NMS Communications, Verdasys, and many others.
Woburn, USA - Auriga, a US-based software R&D outsourcing services provider with development centers in Russia, proudly announces that it has been named to the 2012 Global Outsourcing 100 list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) for the fifth consecutive year since 2008.
Auriga, one of world's top 20 outsourcing service providers (as rated by Datamonitor), continues its growth in Russia, EU and USA, and highlights mobile, rich multimedia and cloud software as technology areas for further development.
Auriga, a software R&D services provider, size 300, with its main engineering centers in Russia, is named to The Black Book of Outsourcing 2010 "Global Top 50 Vendors" list by Datamonitor, based on overall customer satisfaction. In the rating Auriga takes position #15, ahead of Google, Infosys, BT, Capgemini, and many other global industry giants, let alone other Russian players.
Auriga, a U.S.-Russia software outsourcing provider, announces that it is named to the 2010 Global Services 100 list by Global Services in association with NeoAdvisory, the globalization and sourcing advisory firm.
Android is gaining momentum, while iPhone and Windows Mobile are gradually giving ground. Expecting Android's further clear-cut ascendancy, Auriga makes this platform one of the most prominent directions for growth of its mobile development program and is expanding mobile software services offered to customers.