Bosch Software Innovations in Bulgaria is planning to significantly increase its software development functions. For its Sofia office, the company is in search for IoT software developers, both graduates and experienced engineers with degrees in computer science, IT or electrical engineering. The company has started its search for candidates by releasing more than a dozen open positions on their team for Open Source Software (OSS) experts as well as Java developers for software solutions in the connected energy, Industry 4.0 and smart home areas. Ideal candidates have a professional proficiency in English and enjoy working on international customer projects.
Building the connected world with software
Bosch Software Innovations’ associates are building the connected world with software and innovative IoT solutions. Its associates are part of exciting and meaningful projects in the areas of urban and electric mobility, agriculture, commercial buildings, smart homes and smart grid. Sofia-based software developers, having backgrounds in Java, embedded and cloud environments, are also further developing the Bosch IoT Suite’s cloud services and software packages, in particular the Bosch IoT Remote Manager and the Bosch IoT Gateway Software.
Bosch Software Innovations in Bulgaria
Bosch acquired middleware specialist ProSyst
The acquisition represented a further step to systematically expand Bosch’s IoT software competence. In 2016, ProSyst Software GmbH and ProSyst Labs EOOD were fully merged with Bosch Software Innovations. Today, Bosch Software Innovations employs more than 130 associates in Sofia. Many of them have been working in IoT-related areas for almost 20 years.
Bulgaria has been the Silicon Valley of eastern Europe. Its universities were teaching Java well before many others — the programming language that is so important for the Internet of Things. It’s no coincidence that in 2015, the Bosch Group acquired ProSyst Software GmbH including its Bulgarian subsidiary ProSyst Labs EOOD, a leading international supplier of gateway software and middleware for the Internet of Things. Its software facilitates interaction between connected devices and appliances in the smart home, connected industry, and mobility segments.
Bosch Software Innovations in Sofia is located in the modern Polygraphia Office Center. The office hosts a documentation and technical training team, customer support specialists and a software test center.