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Why should you be part of our team


I Like UMT because here we work in a professional environment, with enthusiastic people, a place where teamwork it’s an essential condition; and this gives unity.


The UMT Software family showed me that work can be fun, my technical and problem-solving skills being improved with daily, exciting challenges.


Would you like to implement solutions for US big companies? Would you like to work with the latest Microsoft technologies and have the opportunity to try the latest development tools? Can you find creative an innovative solutions to problems? Being part of our team means all of this.

Cristi & Mircea

UMT represents a team of devoted professionals that strive for excellence in everything they do. Having such a great team behind your efforts, progress is just a matter of time.


UMT Software did something wonderful for me, for which I will always be grateful: It showed me that it is possible to love my job and learn while having fun.

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How-to: Project Online PSI (part 2)

A while ago I wrote a tutorial on how to use the old style Project Server Interfaces (PSI) with Project Online. In the meantime the Project Online team deprecated a few PSI interfaces, but some others are still available. The...
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UMT Software's 2016 Christmas Party

UMT Software’s team parties the Christmas away in a Winter Wonderland

We don’t need much to get a party going. All we need is good music, high spirits and fine people to hang with aka our entire team. But we still appreciate all the little things that make a Christmas...
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25 Christmas gifts for programmers and IT people

Christmas gifts for programmers tend to be quite a headache. Most programming illiterates have such a distorted image of the code gods that their well intended presents end up being completely obsolete, useless, misguided or plain offending. Offering a red...
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