At the E-volution Awards 2016, Forbes Bulgaria recognized Melon as the leading software development company. Our winning entry represented Melon's strongest point – technological diversity. First across web, mobile and desktop, and then across most top development platforms.
Less than a year after venturing into Skopje with an initial, core team of six developers, Melon Skopje has now hit a tally of 25 which required a larger office. We continue building upon our good reputation with the help of our local colleagues.
Melon opened a new business development office to expand its outsourcing services throughout Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
By growing both its mobile (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc.) and web (ASP.NET, PHP, Python, Ruby) technology portfolios, Melon now counts 150 people including 130 production staff (developers, QAs, designers).
Melon won its first Bulgarian Web Awards and Mobile World Summit awards. Ever since Melon is a top Bulgarian web and mobile development company.
Melon officially employs 100 people and keeps counting.
Once again, through a common investor and much to benefit from each other's strong points, two companies - WebGate and Melon Technologies - merged. WebGate brought to the table its proven mobile expertise and product development know-how, Melon Technologies cames with its sizable workforce, web development and design knowledge. WebGate became Melon Mobile - a part of Melon's brand family.
For the first time in its history, Melon Technologies opened a branch outside of Sofia. Due to a significant concentration of development talent the new office opened in the town of Veliko Tarnovo.
Through organic growth and good reputation, Melon Technologies already houses 50 developers, designers and administrative staff.
Thanks to a common investor and a natural symbiosis between a strictly web development company and a design & creative studio, Melon Technologies was founded through a merger of AdVenture and WebLang.
Another three American University in Bulgaria alumni, after working together on a multimedia project, started a creative, new media company named AdVenture.
After working for French online business as developers three alumni from the American University in Bulgaria founded a Sofia-based web development outsourcing company called WebLang. Soon thereafter, the company became a certified Microsoft partner.
WebGate JSC became a company among pioneers and subsequently leaders in Symbian development. Through the years, WebGate exhibited steady organic growth, gathering strength on the worldwide markets as a software developer and provider of mobile applications to end-users, distributors and OEM partners.