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Best Solutions to Outsource App Development

Best Solutions to Outsource App Development

 

Why Do Companies Outsource App Development?

If you’re in the IT business, you must have heard about outsourcing or even tried different kinds of development. This basically means that one or several tasks are delegated to a team of developers that aren’t company employees. It’s a popular and beloved practice: some businesses outsource to save costs, others believe that talent can be anywhere, and hire IT specialists they find suitable, no matter where they live and work. Sometimes a short-term project is just not worth hiring a new IT team. From app development to QA, to web design or technical support – you can outsource anything your heart desires. And all this is possible with Qubit Labs.

Benefits of Outsourcing App Development

Let’s say, your company needs to outsource app development. But does your business actually win from outsourcing? First and foremost, your business will be able to cut operational and recruitment costs. The more you save, the more you can invest in other projects! Also, usually tasks are outsourced to vendors who specialize in their fields. Thus, you get the best professionals with top level expertise to work on your app. And while they do so, you and your company can concentrate on your core activities. Last, but not least, outsourcing allows to share risks, and the outsource vendors can plan your risk-mitigating factors better. If you are new to this, you can find plenty of detailed information on outsourcing apps online before making your final decision.

What are the Best Solutions to Outsource App Development?

When choosing a vendor, there are several solutions. You can choose which one fits your business best.

  • With Onshore outsourcing, you work with a company that is located in your home country. Unfortunately, this limits the choice of vendors, but on the other hand, this option provides easier and faster communication and understanding. And you won’t have to worry about time zones and cultural differences.
  • Nearshore outsourcing, or nearshoring, is pretty similar to onshore outsourcing. You hire an IT team either from a neighboring country or from a country located more or less close to yours. You can widen the pool of specialists to choose a vendor from, and onsite visits are still quite easy and inexpensive.
  • Offshore outsourcing is a solution that involves working with teams in far-away countries. Offshoring puts the whole world at your feet, and you can choose any vendor you like. Due to time zone differences, it might prove difficult, but we think, it is totally worth it. Just imagine, you get outstanding specialists to work for you; and as a result, you get a top-notch product. And all this for an unexpectedly low price, as many of the countries with the best IT people has low hourly rates.

Finding the Best Solution

You may go for full outsource, development without testing, or just testing – it’s up to you to pick the best solution. But whatever you decide, we will be there to help you. App development is one of Qubit Labs’ key areas of expertise, which only means one thing: the result will be outstanding.

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