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Romanian Perl Experts Ready to Give Your Business a Boost


Assembling an in-house team of seasoned and efficient CGI / Perl developers usually presents serious challenges and high risks, which, if shared with an experienced provider like AROBS, can be greatly alleviated.  At the same time, the quality of the applications developed with a partner can easily exceed what you would get with in-house resource.

Focus on your core business and let us get headaches from your Perl projects, which can include any of the following: 

  • Custom PERL scripting
  • Installation of custom CGI scripts
  • Customization of existing CGI scripts
  • Reverse engineering of CGI scripts
  • Debugging of existing CGI scripts
  • Patch development and bug fixing for PERL/CGI scripts

We can make your web application appealing and user-friendly switftly and easily.

Simulation Environment

The solution we developed helped a team of integrated circuits designers simulate multiple corners of circuit functionality. The data resulting from simulations is parsed and structured in html files, then converted to database format and stored for further use. Export to pdf, ps or others office formats is possible. This project was an extension for a Document Management System.

  • Customer, Country: Confidential

  • Application Type: Web

  • Technologies: Perl. CGI

  • Main Activities: Analysis, Architecture & Design, Custom Software Development, Quality Assurance, Software Testing

  • Keywords: Perl, CGI scripting

  • Development Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Network Performance Logger

This SNMP network data collector parses log data, stores it in a database, and makes it available through a web interface.

  • Customer, Country: Confidential

  • Application Type: Web

  • Technologies: Perl, CGI

  • Main Activities: Analysis, Architecture & Design, Custom Software Development, Quality Assurance, Software Testing

  • Keywords: Perl, CGI scripting

  • Development Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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