Learn to love software development outsourcing

You probably have lots of worries when thinking about outsourcing your software development. Read about the newest trends, stop worrying and find out how you can love the outsourcing instead.

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What will you find inside?Content

Redrawing the map

Redrawing the map

What are the most important outsourcing regions?

Gaining advantage

Gaining advantage

Who can benefit from the software development outsourcing?

Addressing your needs

Addressing your needs

How to choose the right development team?

Going mobile

Going mobile

What to demand from mobile app developers?

What can you learn about? Knowledge

  • The phenomenon of nearshoring
  • Financial and cultural aspects of outsourcing
  • Types of businesses which can benefit from outsourcing
  • Finding the software house which is the best fit for you
  • The unique offer of some outsourcing vendors
  • Developing mobile apps on the today market

Who wrote this e-book?Authors

Mateusz Kubiczek
Mateusz Kubiczek

CEO at The Software House with more than 10 years of experience in building web and mobile apps.

Marcin Mazurek
Marcin Mazurek

An advocate of bespoke software solutions which can transform business, Sales Director at The Software House.

Patryk Mamczur
Patryk Mamczur

A devoted tech enthusiast and an internet culture lover, currently Copywriter at The Software House.

Who was the expert consultant?

Dave Hecker
Dave Hecker

Co-founder of SourceSeek

"Time zones have effect on outsourced projects but the importance of time zones is often exaggerated. In most cases – a few hours of overlap will be enough. If you are certain you need more, either your application is unusually complicated or there is something lacking in your development workflow."

Monika Mikowska
Monika Mikowska

CEO of Mobee Dick

"Development is not everything – you should always start with business and technical analysis. We have already worked with a few companies which contacted us with the intention of developing an app but realised – after the consultations – that it would be a waste of time and money. Each time they were extremely thankful for discouraging them from making the mistake."

Paul Walentynowicz
Paul Walentynowicz

Founder of PWCIB

"The most important trend on the today IT market is the ongoing automation and robotisation. It is going to change the world of outsourcing significantly. Simple data processing – those tasks which were usually moved to Asia – are going to be automated, as it is becoming less and less expensive. Therefore, end-of-the-value-chain countries may lose a lot."

Clayton Kenerson
Clayton Kenerson

Senior Business Analyst at Clutch.co

“Early in the evolution of outsourcing, blue chips could take advantage of outsourcing because of the amount they could invest in the infrastructure. Now, through the decentralisation of trust, first-time entrepreneurs and small business owners can access the same international talent without high investment or the risk.”