PPR is a professional services company focused on software development, systems integration and managed services. Some areas that we cover are the financial industry, the automotive industry, the hospitality industry. PPR’s expertise stands out in the financial industry; we have more than 8 years of experience working with financial data from our main customer Edenred S.A.. Our team consists of talented, curious people that are always striving to learn new technologies and work more efficient.

Our Skills

Back offices for the pre-paid card business100%
Hospitality industry75%
Software Development Outsourcing60%

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    PPR – project management software
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  • Software development outsourcing

    Programming Pool Romania (PPR) provides customized software development, project management, consulting, and dedicated services to fit our clients’ needs and budgets. High quality.

  • Integrated software applications for the hospitality industry

    Developed by experts over a period of years, these dynamic tools undergo continuous development and enhancement to meet customer requirements and market demands.

  • Back-offices for the pre-paid card business

    For the pre-paid card business we have developed several back offices, in which we are managing the Clients’ ordering, invoicing modules and as well the Affiliates’ invoicing and reimbursement modules.

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Qur technology and service partners include the industry’s leading software companies, leading hospitality players, and government agencies. together, we make it simple to put the power of social commerce to work for your business.

Our infrequent (but interesting) journal

the art of cooking with Thermomix

June 22, 2017
PPR care about the wellness of employees and, for that reason, we invited the Thermomix advisors for our country, here, at the office, for a cooking demonstration.

Codecamp – Baia Mare 2017

April 28, 2017
Founded in 2008, based on the idea of strengthening the relationships and communication between the communities of IT professionals, Codecamp team periodically organizes conferences, workshops, hackathons and open days where thousands of people starting from the IT passionates to the experts in the industry, national and international speakers and trainers, present innovative projects and revolutionary ideas.

Building a Great Team

April 3, 2017
We counted on some few big checks for our latest team building event and we hope that you feel inspired by our adventure. Always remember to find a great place, eat together, play together and share the thrill. This end of March brought us adventure, learning experiences and great fun together.

Workshop – Yoga at the Office

April 4, 2016
Office work at the computer for at least 8 hours a day, can affect your health. If you’re already experiencing pain in the neck, shoulders, legs or eyes, is good to know that there are yoga techniques that can help to eliminate some of the negative effects that this type of work has on your health. Yoga exercises which I recommend, target tense areas, but also help to calm the mind. Even a short session of practical yoga techniques is very beneficial. 1. Rolling head You can practice this yoga technique seated or standing, with the body straight and eyes closed (it helps to better introspection and relaxation) turn your head from left to right (clockwise) slowly by focusing on the neck. Repeat the movement in reverse, the same number of times. Upon completion, you will perceive very fine vibration and a slight feeling of warmth in the neck, mental activation, and transparency. 2. Sudden head movements Seated or standing, with the body straight and eyes closed (it helps to better introspection and relaxation) twist head sharply to the left around a vertical axis, twice, then right all twice, left-back twice and right-back twice. Finally, go back head twice, around a horizontal axis. The entire cycle is repeated at least 5 times. The movements are suddenly in quick succession. Upon completion, you will perceive a slight vibration in the neck and very good movement of subtle energies in the head, activation of latent mental potential, lucidity, and detachment. It is of great importance to focus on the correctness of the posture, when exercising the recommended yoga postures. 3. Swinging head Seated or standing, with the body straight and eyes closed, swing your head left and right, about a horizontal axis. Try to speed up gradually. Repeat the cycle at least 10 times. Upon completion, you will realise the free flow of subtle energies in the neck, dynamic attention, lucidity, with the rest being the unification of mind, state of harmony. 4. Twist back When you’re sitting, vertebral discs support the weight three times higher than when standing up, which means that problems can occur at any time at their level, often accompanied by pain. What to do? Twist your spine. Turn to the left. Place your left hand behind the seat to amplify the twist. Hold the position for 5 to 8 breaths, then come back and repeat the posture right. 5. Shoulder Sitting on chair, lift going back and sternum. Raise your right hand and bend the elbow. With your left hand behind your back, try to catch your right hand. Hold this position for 2, 3 minutes and then repeat the movement but reversing hands. This exercise mobilises shoulder and elbow joints, aligning spine, gives inner blossoming and harmonisation. Also strengthens the muscles of the chest. 6. Feet If you have a sedentary job and keeps you glued to your seat for several hours a day, sooner or later you will face inconvenience in the lower back, and hips

C# Workshop

March 26, 2016
The idea of the workshop is to bring the team up to date with the latest news in Microsoft technology. The workshop tackles issues a developer may encounter in his implementations.
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