A software outsourcing company is a third-party service provider that creates, supports, evaluates and maintains a software development project.
Distributed development has already become a norm, and many companies prefer hiring remote teams because it gives them:
*access to a more diverse pool of talented engineers.
*ability to manage a team of vetted professionals without screening each applicant.
*they can also hire a dedicated team with project manager or chief technician to supervise the team.
*ability to find quickly efficient devs to extend the pre- existing team.
*cost-effectiveness compared to hiring programmers to work at the office.
Outsourcing can be onshore (when a remote team and client are from the same country), nearshore (different countries that are close to each other), and offshore(your organizations still share the same planet).
On this article we are going to focus on the difference between nearshore and offshore outsource.
Offshore software development can help you solve the following problems:
*Cost management with the growth of your business.
*Improvement of your operational flexibility.
*Make your existing staff more productive.
*Improved ROI (Return on Investment).
*Access to experienced developers.
Nearshore software development can help you solve the following problems:
*Access to purpose-built teams that meet your specific technical and business requirements.
*Make your project more efficient and cost-effective.
*Improve operational flexibility.
*Integrate your existing in-house teams with the nearshore software development team.
*Address any problems in the process of software development when necessary.
*Launch the product faster in the market.
Choose the right company and outsource your software development requirements to benefit the most out of it. If you are interested on nearshoring your development team, send us an email here.