With the economy driving towards globalization, many companies are hard bound to gain a competitive advantage by cutting their costs, optimizing efficiency, and great customer service. So how do you go about doing that in a limited time? If you are looking for a one-word answer then offshore development or outsourcing is your gateway to success. Offshore software development makes perfect sense for a strategic approach to your business. Outsourcing will help you conduct a cost-effective business by decreasing your payroll.
Integrated onsite-offshore team. The team feels and function like an extension of the onsite IT group.Our teams’ communication model uses the cost-effective technologies to connect our offshore team with your onshore team to achieve the same performance as through a single-site team. Development and planning are iterative and flexible, letting us adapt to rapid changes in the marketplace. Our development team is always open to accommodate last mini changes.
Outsourcing makes sense for cutting costs while reducing workload on the employee. Outsourced labor may cost 80% less than the same labor performed in-house.
When you outsource, you don’t have to spend time recruiting, hiring, training, and housing employees for short-term projects.
You’ll have immediate access to some of the best and brightest
information-technology professionals across
You can mitigate risks by choosing an outsourcing firm that has a high-quality project management system and a tried-and-true process for developing applications.
As a rule of thumb, you are highly advised to choose the engagement model that fits your project specification and budget.
As would be expected, OSDC classic is the most common and also the cheapest of the three models followed by OSDC branded and finally the OSDC trust.
We started from an idea, grew into a purpose, became a goal, and then a reality.
During that journey, we have helped many businesses and individuals follow a similar path, and met a lot of great people in the process.
We know that timelines and budgets are important and not an optional guideline to follow, so we treat them with the utmost respect.