You have been thinking for a while about delegating some IT tasks to an external company, but have heard several horror stories about outsourcing and are not really sure if it is worth it? Maybe that is because you are looking at the wrong option.
In the past, the main outsourcing destination was Southeast Asia, a location that is both far and inconvenient. For a couple of years now, however, many North American companies have started to see the benefits of nearshoring: outsourcing software development services to companies located in Latin American countries, who share the same time zone and are much more familiar with North American culture and work style. Still not convinced? Let me give you some more reasons why nearshoring is worth trying:
*You can access expert knowledge right within your team
We want to be a part of your team, bringing all our expertise and talent to your daily work. Sometimes a project requires a level of knowledge that is not so easy to find. We are here for that: our engineers are highly trained and specialized professionals who can bring to the table all their talent and knowledge so that your projects can really succeed.
*You will take the burden off your staff
At certain times, software development requires a lot of work in short periods of time, and this can be overwhelming and exhausting if all the burden falls on your current staff. By adding specialized team members through nearshoring, you can address the most difficult issues in a more collaborative way (not letting the pressure of your project accumulate and get in the way of your focus.) We will be a part of your team, working as hard as you do, and for us, no challenge is too big! With our support and collaboration, you will be able to meet deadlines and achieve the best possible results.
*You will gain competitiveness
It is no news that we live in a highly competitive environment, where you can easily fall behind if you don’t adapt to this changing world. So, being able to access some of the best talents worldwide to help you reach your goals is definitely an asset. Nearshoring will help you gain flexibility as well as good organization, since working with new professionals always requires your project to be well thought through, and also improves your overall communication skills. As a result, your organization as a whole will profit from the experience.
Trying new things can be scary at first, and you may not be completely sure if one particular option will work out well for you. I believe, however, that if you look at the evidence and at the experiences of other companies who have already started nearshoring, you will discover that it is one of the best options -or maybe the best one- for outsourcing software development services today, and the results definitely speak for themselves.