The Coronavirus crisis which we still face today has a very serious impact on small and big companies in different countries and industries. The crisis has constrained businesses into a position where they needed to act promptly or keep on being exposed to huge financial consequences.
Many businesses are now looking for different approaches to address the difficulties while being aware of their customers and employees’needs.
The business impact of COVID-19 on global demand, especially for IT products and services, including outsourced software development, is maybe even more significant than the initial estimates.Read more
Outsourcing is the assignment of some specific business processes to a specialist external service provider. Most of the time, an organization can’t manage all aspects of a business process internally. Plus, certain procedures are temporary and the company has no intention of recruiting in-house staff to perform those tasks.
Nowadays, it’s really hard to imagine a company that doesn’t need software services, be it a small bakery business or a successful financial corporation. But not every business has the right equipment to develop their software.Read more
When a company is considering strengthening its competitive position on the marketplace, they usually think of doing something internal to reshape their position — like perfecting a new technology, working to develop an emerging technology, or even adopting a new business strategy.
Such common methods are reasonable but not the only alternative to improve competitiveness. IT outsourcing is increasingly being used by organizations to adjust the competitive landscape, realign their businesses, or change the way they do business.Read more
Approximately 82 % of all internet pages were constructed using PHP. PHP is a programming language used by social media giants like Facebook, Yahoo, Tumblr, Pinterest, Wikipedia and even WordPress. Basically, PHP offers the most optimal solutions for social media, e-commerce, banking, and different other types of websites.Read more
As more businesses undergo digital transformation, in-demand IT jobs will change by 2020 to include careers based on advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) and the Internet of Things (IoT). For almost every position, a mix of tech and business skills will be a must.
In today’s world, due to the constant pressure to operate more efficiently and reduce costs, many businesses have transitioned from an in-house to outsourced IT staffing model.
By using external providers, your company can have access to solutions including, but not limited to: infrastructure management, threat monitoring and crisis resolution.
It is obvious that IT outsourcing provides numerous benefits compared to traditional in-house staffing models.
Here are the advantages and disadvantages of IT outsourcing:
Some time ago, open source development was quite unstructured. But over time, this process has flourished and started to become more popular, as more businesses discovered the considerable advantages of it.
Slowly, a lot of companies began to offer open source development services and started to master the process so much, so that they’ve managed to earn a lot of clients, for whom they developed different kinds of software from the source code of those software that are publicly available.
When starting your outsourcing adventure, there are plenty of factors to look out for. Even though it is impossible to cover them all, there are some aspects that always require attention!
Despite all the misunderstandings and negative perceptions about outsourcing, mentioned in our last two articles (Outsourcing. Debunking the myths– Part I & Part II ), the plain truth is that there are some common success indicators which manage to stand out.
In our previous article, we have rounded up the most common myths about outsourcing, but unfortunately, there are more!
As promised, we are back with other outsourcing misconceptions.
Myth: Offshoring means outsourcing > the confusion between these 2 concepts
Being 2 different things, it’s very important to clear up the terms.
Many have heard of outsourcing, but many are also uninformed about it. We are not surprised that over time people judged outsourcing based on the misconceptions they’ve heard from other people, not based on facts. Thus, numerous opinions have generated lots of terrifying myths about how dangerous or unhealthy is outsourcing for a company.
We’ve figured out that myths and false information never rest, and even in the world of outsourcing they exist.
Here are 5 of them that we’ve debunked: