Eastern Europe as a region has been rated among the top five outsourcing destinations globally.
SoftwareDevelopmentCompany.co determined the top developers in the region that help businesses build, improve and maintain software solutions.
We’re happy to announce that 8allocate was featured as the top Eastern European software development companies, according to software developers rating platform.
It is pointless to cite stats and impressive facts about Eastern Europe when the region is often so ambiguously defined.
The name alone suggests that the region is made up of the countries positioned in the eastern part of the European continent, namely Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, Moldova and Russia.
But this would only be partly true.
Due to its tumultuous past and complex international relations, Eastern Europe extends beyond the purely geographical notions of the East; It is a cluster of countries with a shared ethnic and cultural heritage, history and/or close political relations.
Even defined as such, there are two official ways to look at Eastern Europe.
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs recognizes the following countries as Eastern European:
- Czech Republic
- Republic of Moldova
- Russian Federation
The second definition of Eastern Europe, albeit somewhat outdated, is based on the past political ties in the region. It includes the Baltic countries (otherwise classified as Northern Europe), as well as the former Yugoslav republics and a few of their neighboring Balkan countries (otherwise classified as Southern Europe).
We also congratulate our peers and fellow companies that have made it to the list this year!