What Is Staff Augmentation? [Complete Guide for Smart Businesses]
The modern IT market is highly dynamic with rapidly changing business objectives and technical requirements.
Thus, trying to have an in-house team meeting all market needs is a rat race; in such a way, businesses risk spending too much energy, time and money on recruitment rather than project completion ...
Nearshore Outsourcing: What Is It and How Do You Use It?
Updated on 4 March 2019
Why so many companies around the world choose to look for talent in other countries or even on other continents? In order to find best services. And, with the help of Qubit Labs, you can do this too.
With transportation and technologies developing rapidly, the ...
How to Hire Full Stack Developer and How Much Does It Cost?
What’s a full stack developer?
This is not just an ordinary specialist.
His/her qualifications are higher than those of an average developer.
Recently these professionals have become very popular on the market of information technology.
However, finding a highly qualified programmer (as any good employee) is a somewhat tricky task ...
Qubit Labs Listed Among Top Staff Augmentation Companies 2018 by Clutch
Qubit Labs was recently included in the coverage of leading developers by Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews platform with the mission to help buyers of services create the most informed decision when selecting a service provider. Due to our positive reviews and overall expertise in the development field, we ...
How to Build an Effective Offshore Software Development Team with Staff Augmentation?
Let’s look behind the curtain of Qubit Labs, one of the best IT staff augmentation companies with Iva Kozlovskaya, company's CEO.
Iva has been working in the HR industry for more than ten years, so she knows how to build a dream team. While being a recruiter ...
What are the main advantages of IT outstaffing?
What is outstaffing?
Both outstaffing and outsourcing are relatively new terms that define hiring practices in many business branches, including IT. They both have their advantages, but since they haven’t been around that long, they get confused quite a lot. Yes, both have to do with remote work, but isn’t ...