Guillermo Contreras and Jesús Mora, two computer engineers born in Madrid in 1984, founded PitagorinesGroup in 2017. And they did so after a long career in the IT sector and technological consultancy with experience in Santander or Telefónica, among others.

With an entrepreneurial mind and a technological heart, their vision is to be the benchmark Digital Engineering Studio in the development of digital solutions. Thus, they bring technological talent and quality software closer to the greatest number of people and companies. With talent and knowledge, their mission is to build the digital DNA of companies and their clients through scalable and cutting-edge technology.

Its main areas of expertise are the design and development of mobile applications, websites, and all types of full-stack development. They have a multidisciplinary team of engineers and technicians capable of building end-to-end digital solutions from ideation and development to market launch, maintenance, and operation.


Its business is developed at a global level with work in Spain, Dubai, USA, and Germany, among others. The projects it has carried out for Thyssenkrupp, KPMG, Pernod Ricard, Airbus, Inspiralia, Global Exchange, the Sicomoro Foundation and the Royal Academy of Sciences are some examples of his work.

They have extensive experience in languages and technology such as React Native, .Net, Java, Android, Swift for iOS, Angular JS, React JS, Node JS, PHP, HTML 5, WordPress, Drupal, Shopify, Prestashop, MySQL, Mongo DB, etc. As well as a strong focus on innovation. That is why they invest resources in new technologies such as Blockchain, being part of the Blockchain Ecosystem Consortium of Alastria.

Recognized for their work they have received prestigious awards during this time. An example is the application of the year for Apple with the Wonowo app or the URJC Alumni Award for their professional career. They have also received the European Horizon 2020 quality seal. In this way they have obtained funding for their innovation projects. They are also partners and sponsors of the Royal Academy of Sciences.