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XSolve and Chilid, two sister companies working under one roof and cooperating on a regular basis, have become Boldare.


Boldare offers the best of XSolve and Chilid: human centered digital products, with stable and secure software.


Boldare capitalizes on XSolve and Chilid’s 14 years of experience, the 250 products they released to market for clients worldwide, and the skills of the 130-people-strong team they employed.


Boldare is a digital product design and development company and a guide on the digital transformation journey.

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Why we merged?

Because 1 + 1 = 3

Discover the story of human-centered software development.

Discover the story of Boldare.


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XSolve and Chilid have merged to become Boldare, a digital product design and development company.

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1 + 1 = 3

Discover the story of Boldare and learn more about our merger.

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Natalia Kolińska
Natalia Kolińska

QA/BA Specialist at XSolve, interested in user experience. Natalia supports communication and shared understanding between development and product teams. Persistently asks 'why?'.

QA/BA Specialist at XSolve, interested in user experience. Natalia supports communication and shared understanding between development and product teams. Persistently asks 'why?'.

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