To successfully outsource mobile app development projects, you need to learn about the key elements and benefits of outsourcing mobile app development from this guide.
Outsourcing: Tip & Trick, Guides, Knowledge
Outsourcing software development has become a global trend and continues to gain traction as companies now understand the benefits of going this route.
Outsourcing is one of the best methods for businesses to locate top talent at an affordable rate. With competition thriving, companies need to work hard and implement effective strategies to stay on top. Hiring remote workers can surprisingly save your industry a lot of money and, at the same time, get you quality work done.
When you make the decision to consider selecting an outsourcing team, there are many factors which you need to take into account in order to make the best decision for your company. Thanks to the developments of modern technology, and new, innovative method of communication, working with an outsourcing team from a long distance is not as big an obstacle as it once was.
Have you ever seen a rugby scrum? To those unfamiliar with the game, it looks like – well, a scrum of sweaty characters packed tight in a group, wearing matching shirts and trousers for no apparent reason. However, if you know what you're looking at, you can see two teams trying to the best of their abilities to provide a good product – the excitement and furor that is rugby – to their customers – the audience. The goal of Scrum in software development is exactly the same, and effective team play is likewise needed. Here at Orient Software, though, Scrum is likely to involve more coffee, an air conditioning, and just a little less physical contact.
After a trade embargo was lifted in the mid-1990s, Vietnam, along with China, became a new destination for industrial production and services. This is perhaps most apparent in the field of IT. Within IT, Vietnam is a popular outsourcing location among other industry giants such as China, India, and the Philippines. This is due to a large, young and dedicated IT labor force. Given this economic history, how did Vietnam create this talented workforce creating amazing software and applications?
Why do we outsource? It’s not because we love transcontinental airline flights, or listening to foreign accents, or because we get to make yearly “fact-finding” trips that double as golf junkets (OK, that part isn’t bad).
Let’s take a closer look at the reasons Vietnam has been popping up on “Best Of” lists from everybody from Tholons to Gartner.
Here’s some good news for the software development industry: according to a new study, Vietnam may be the world’s next hotbed for IT professionals. Maths and science education in the Southeast Asian country is now meeting (and surpassing) international standards, a promising development for Vietnam’s young and ambitious workforce.
Don’t run howling for the door just yet. The intimidatingly vague phrase ‘be active’ can be expressed more helpfully in ten key points. Together they provide a practical guide to choosing the right software outsourcing partner for your needs.
Cushman & Wakefield (C&W), a New York-based commercial real estate giant, says in the report that, “the changing global landscape has created new trade winds in the BPO and Shared Service Centre world.” Such changes are evident to anyone with a finger on the pulse of the outsourcing industry in Asia, especially Vietnam. C&W’s 2015 report, titled Where in the World? Business Process Outsourcing and Shared Service Location Index, simply provides a data-driven confirmation of the anecdotal evidence.
In the late 1990s, the software industry began to undergo a radical change. Thanks to rapidly improving telecommunications technology, it finally became possible to shift large-scale IT operations to low-cost countries, primarily in Asia. Within a few years it no longer seemed unusual for a client in London to speak with a customer service representative in Bangalore, at any hour of the day.