Our Argentinian development centers
Why hire Argentinian developers at Altoros?
We helped 50+ Global 2000 enterprises to design, develop, and release reliable software to the market. With Argentinian developers at Altoros, you get:
English level. Our Argentinian engineers are fluent in English, capable of maintaining meaningful communication, writing documentation, etc.
no-risk trial period. If you are not satisfied with the results achieved, we will not charge you for the work done by our developers during the trial.
Altoros is among the top 3 software development companies in Latin America according to Clutch.
Hiring nearshore developers can cost up to 70% less than building an in-house team.
Argentina is in the UTC-3 time zone, ensuring a 4–7 hour overlap with most of the USA and Canada for easier collaboration and communication.
With Altoros, onboarding takes up to 72 hours. We can quickly scale the team up and down according to the project needs.
With an extensive pool of technology and domain experts, Altoros can build complex products from the ground up or empower the existing team through training and knowledge sharing.
Extend your in-house talent with dedicated developers in Argentina
Finding the right technical talent for the project can take from 3 to 12 months. Start working sooner by augmenting the existing team with dedicated developers from Altoros.
You do not have to pay if you are not satisfied with our work.
Frameworks: Angular, Redux, React, React Native, Bootstrap
Tools and technologies: AJAX, CSS, HTML, JSON, REST
Frameworks: Vue.js, Node.js Handlebars.js, Laravel
Tools and technologies: AWS, Android SDK, JSON, jQuery, HTML5
Databases: MySQL, MongoDB, Firebase
Frameworks: .NET, Ruby on Rails, Bootstrap, React, ASP.NET
Tools and technologies: AWS, REST, JSON, jQuery, AJAX, XML, MVC
Databases: PostgreSQL, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Redis
Frequently asked questions
Do you only have development centers in Argentina?
With headquarters in the United States, we also have offices in Norway and Finland, as well as development centers in Poland, Georgia, Turkey, and Moldova.
Does the Argentinian government support the IT industry?
The government of Argentina has introduced regulations such as the Teleworking Law, the Software Promotion Law, and the Entrepreneur’s Law, offering significant tax benefits and other incentives for the technology industry. The country also implemented programs (i.e., Startup Buenos Aires and Plan 111 Mil) aimed at encouraging talented people to become software engineers.
What is the education level of engineers in Argentina?
Thanks to significant investments in schools and universities, Argentina ranks 34th in education worldwide, surpassing other countries in Latin America. At Altoros, 92% of employees hold a bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree in computer science or mathematics.
What are the pricing models at Altoros?
Three major models that we work with are:
- Fixed price for small or medium projects with an established workflow and methodology, as well as clearly defined requirements that are unlikely to change throughout the development process.
- Time and materials when project requirements might change at a later stage.
- Dedicated team for long-term projects that need more flexibility around development goals and resource allocation.