Small Businesses Solutions That Works
I run an extremely small business, and I recently needed some software developed. I had no idea how to go about it, since I did not have enough money to hire a software engineer as a staff member. I had a little bit of capital, but I didn’t know what to do. A friend of mine told me to engage in software outsourcing, to use a third party Outsourcing vendor who specializes in the type of website and app that I need to develop to necessitate my business. I thought this was a bad idea first, because for some reason that I had a strange impression before that sourcing was. Once it was explained it to me, I realize that I would do it, but I did not know whether I should go domestic or go offshore. I’ve heard a lot of bad things about offshore Outsourcing and how it was bad for our economy, and my friend quelled some of those thoughts. When it looked at my options, I was pretty shocked that with the amount of money I had set aside, there was a range of options. I could get an American who was not very qualified, freshly graduated from school, young, and with no positive reputation attached to his name. For the exact same amount of money, using offshore Outsourcing, I could have one of the best software engineering firms in another country. I was amazed at this, but I guess it made sense due to the fact that the American dollar is doing pretty well, and their currency was quite low. I mean, I have to admit, I would have felt a little bit safer going with a reputable domestic source, but I just didn’t have the money. So I went with the foreign one and, I have to say, any fear that I had just seems foolish now. I’m so happy with my experience, and I actually think that I’m going to continue Outsourcing in the future, and I absolutely suggest that you give it a shot as well. I don’t see how it could go wrong if you do the research and choose the correct third party for the project.