Orases

Orases

Orases is a custom software agency based in Maryland that has nearly two decades of design and development excellence and client success.

Company Overview

Founded in 2000, Orases has become a trusted provider of custom software, website and application development services and solutions that drive efficiency and provide measureable cost savings and revenue gains to their client partners. Orases purposefully works within a wide-variety of industries and with businesses of all shapes and sizes: From startups, to SMBs, to Fortune 500 companies.

About Orases

HQ Location
Frederick, MD
Founded
2000
Ownership
Private

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