outsourcing

Five Steps To Outsourcing Software Development: A Guide For Nontechnical Founders
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This post originally appeared on Forbes. The global tech talent pool has never looked more attractive, especially as the demand for software developers continues its dramatic rise. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,  "Employment of software developers is...
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Dedicated Team vs. Extended Team
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In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven business world, the ability to get the IT resources you need when you need them is essential. Not only does fast access to the right expert technical talent allow you to nimbly respond to customers and...
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IT staff augmentation models
IT Staff Augmentation: Which Model is Right For Your Business?
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Today, more and more organizations are using IT staff augmentation to access the right talent at the right time without the long-term financial implications of putting more employees on the payroll. Businesses need to implement technologies quickly and effectively in...
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Software Development Staff Augmentation: How to Grow Your Technical Team in Six Months
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When you’re in the business of helping companies with IT staff augmentation, you learn a thing or two about building up tech teams quickly and efficiently. Growing your software development team might seem easy — post the job online, conduct a...
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Outsourcing Software Development Services: Pros and Cons
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The Pros & Cons of Outsourcing Software Development to Freelancers in 2019 Little did Sir Walter Scott know that when he referred to paid medieval mercenaries as “free lances” in his 1819 novel, Ivanhoe, that the term would become a hallmark...
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How to Choose the perfect Web Development Company
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We bet that for a large share of your customers, their visit to your website is their first encounter with your company. And first impressions matter. For this reason alone it is so important that your website loads fast, is...
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