Are you considering a dedicated term versus project-based outsourcing? Here are nine major arguments for hiring a dedicated team on a long-term basis.
Learn everything about IT Outsourcing, it’s pros and risks. What are the best countries to hire a team? Which outsourcing model works for you best? Know the difference between offshore, onshore and nearshore outsourcing models.
Eastern Europe is a rising star on the outsourcing stage. We selected six popular destinations (Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania) and analyzed them according to the number of developers, their average salaries, and programming skills.
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Affordable cost is one of the top reasons why Western entrepreneurs outsource to Ukraine. We chose the most popular programming languages and checked the salaries of developers who work with these tech stacks. Here is what we’ve got.
Outsourcing models are so flexible that every entrepreneur will find a suitable option for the business. One of them is staff augmentation. Let’s consider what it is, when to apply it, and how much this service costs.
Nearshore outsourcing is an optimal solution for those who seek geographical, time, and cultural proximity with their remote development team. Qubit Labs explains what nearshoring is and how can your business benefit from it.
Choosing a vendor is hard because IT outsourcing market is full of various options. But this list will make it easier for you – we’ve collected information about leading bespoke software development companies according to their rates, ratings, and top clients.
What to do when hiring a development team is not enough? Time to scale up and set up an offshore development center! In this article, you will find a step by step guide to launching ODC in the most convenient location for your business.
Looks like Israel is going to be the next Silicon Valley with its 6000 startups. But the country is facing an unexpected problem – high demand for software developers. Is there any chance to overcome this skill gap with remote development teams?