Co-founded in 2007 by Yasser Bashir, Arbisoft falls on the larger end of the spectrum of software development partners that our readers have recommended in our ongoing survey.
Today, the company has a few hundred employees distributed across Pakistan, Australia, Texas and Malaysia, but it continues to service startups of all sizes, says Bashir.
Omri Traub, CEO of e-commerce startup Popcart, told TechCrunch that their company has worked with Arbisoft since its early stages.
“We had access to top talent and, importantly, elasticity in hiring. If we wanted to add a developer, we could have an incredible one join our team in under one week,” said Traub. “It would have taken us weeks and months to recruit and hire a developer in Boston or the U.S.”
According to Anna Bailey, product manager at Volta Charging, “help [from Arbisoft] has allowed us to build reliably and at a large scale without having to burden our internal engineers.”
We spoke to Bashir to learn more about how Arbisoft works with its clients, most of whom “have either closed or are about to close Series A rounds,” he said. In our conversation, he discussed agile development, data science, customer and employee satisfaction.
Editor’s note: This interview has been edited lightly for length and clarity.
Can you briefly tell us about your background and what inspired you to create Arbisoft?
Yasser Bashir: I was 10 when my father bought me and my brother a Commodore 64. In the little town that I grew up in, we were...
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