Reinforce your in-house resources with remote full-time Ruby-on-Rails (RoR) developers. With expertise gained across 350+ projects and experience in multiple industries, our RoR engineers, architects, and project managers are able to build secure, dynamic, and engaging web apps to drive your business. We offer a risk-free trial period and a team retention guarantee.
With our efficient engineering processes, we can smoothly refactor and redesign your architecture, while achieving scalability and flexibility. Our Ruby-on-Rails developers will audit your existing code, provide consultation, and improve your codebase without making any changes to the existing functionality or a business model.
At Altoros, we make the existing solution more flexible and secure by porting your web application to Ruby on Rails–based frameworks. Along with database management, our developers also migrate your data, servers, as well as legacy applications and services.
Our Ruby-on-Rails engineers provide customers with highly secure and adaptable server-side APIs to bring along all the benefits for building robust web applications. We set a smooth communication between diverse software components, technologies, and programs, as well as enable integration of your solution with other services and apps.
Our Ruby-on-Rails experts help you achieve scalability of your web architecture, while delivering performance testing and framework optimization. We provide post-delivery application support and maintenance services, ensuring that your solution is stable and secure 24/7.
Why choose Altoros as a Ruby-on-Rails development partner?
In our company, we hire and train Ruby-on-Rails developers with 4+ years of experience. 60% of our RoR engineers are senior specialists with degrees in computer science or math.
Smooth communication. Our Ruby-on-Rails developers know how important communication is. Nearly 80% of our developers possess an upper-intermediate or higher level of English.
Exceptional domain expertise. We have successfully delivered 1,420+ projects across healthcare, fintech, logistics, e-commerce, insurance, sports, etc.
For over 15 years, our Ruby-on-Rails development team has successfully completed 150+ projects for startups and enterprise-grade customers.
Time zone–aligned. Headquartered in Pleasanton, Altoros has 7 global offices in Norway, Finland, USA, Argentina, and Eastern Europe.
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Since the company's foundation in 2001, Altoros has gone a long way to build strong technology expertise that has received a lot of positive customer testimonials.
APPLICATION’S OVERALL UPTIME AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS
“I would definitely recommend Altoros for software development projects. It has been a pleasure working with them. There is a huge commitment from the team. The code quality and communication are top-notch. Absolutely would recommend hiring Altoros for software needs.”
Landon Swan, Co-founder of Likefolio
ELIMINATION OF SERVICE BREAKDOWNS
“The remit of the Altoros ops folks is to locate and stabilize a malfunctioning service and report it to the engineering team. If they can't stabilize it, they have permission to wake us up, but that's only happened once.”
Laurie Voss, Cofounder and COO at npm
Doubled our customer base and rolled out several new product lines
“In collaboration with our in-house team, our Altoros contractors swiftly identified and articulated critical paths against our roadmap. Altoros contractors were able to dive in from day one and meaningfully contribute to our engineering organization.”
Alex Scott, Co-founder at Revere
Why consider Ruby on Rails for web development?
Thanks to the simplicity of prototyping, Ruby on Rails is used by startups, SMBs, and large enterprises. Ruby on Rails enables to develop a prototype faster than it can be done with other web frameworks. Thanks to this, a customer can evaluate the feasibility of its product and introduce necessary improvements early on.
As a result, many businesses that started with MVPs and then turned to Ruby-on-Rails contractors have become brand names worth millions of dollars.
Frequently asked questions
What are the benefits of choosing Ruby on Rails?
Ruby on Rails is lauded for its rapid development capabilities, maturity, and the quality of its libraries, which the Rails ecosystem calls gems.
What are the best use cases for Ruby on Rails?
Web apps of all kinds. If you don’t expect your app to handle big traffic and millions of users (think Twitter-like volume), Ruby on Rails should be a good fit. Also, RoR is excellent for prototyping and building MVPs. Without the need to write boilerplate code and with plenty out-of-the-box gems available, experienced developers can put together an initial version of an application in no time.
How do I track the development progress of the Ruby on Rails project?
You will regularly receive our updates at status meetings (daily, weekly, or biweekly). On demand, we also compile progress reports. Usually, we move in frequent iterations (e.g., a one-week iteration) and demo the results by the end of each iteration. Thus, you can evaluate the progress and see whether the functionality implemented matches your vision.
How can I test the expertise of Ruby-on-Rails developers?
Altoros builds highly productive Ruby-on-Rails development teams by selecting and nurturing exceptionally talented engineers with best-in-class fundamental degrees in math and physics. You’ll receive the CVs of Ruby-on-Rails engineers and portfolio cases that can give you insight into our developers’ expertise.
What to do if I am not satisfied with the result?
Customer satisfaction is our top priority. Our key advantage over other software engineering companies is the guarantee of efficient software product development. If you are not satisfied with the result, we will not charge you for the work done in the course of the first two weeks of the project.
How can I scale a Ruby on Rails app?
There are a few ways to scale up a Ruby on Rails app:
- adding more servers to the architecture—horizontal scalability
- getting different services to work together to perform tasks—service-oriented architecture