Given the amount of money you save with Software Development Romania, your competitors won’t be laughing
The funny thing about global software development is that, for the longest time, people thought that you can save a tremendous amount of money by kicking the can down the road.
This was quite a long road because that road ends in places like Singapore, Southeast Asia and India. That was how the software development game was played for so long.
Why should you hire an American software engineer and pay that person at least $100,000 when you can kick the can down the global road and pay a person maybe $25,000 or $50,000 a year? And that’s on the high end.
For the longest time, venture capitalists, technology company founders, and other Silicon Valley big shots thought that this was how the game should be played. It’s all about outsourcing, outsourcing, outsourcing.
Well, the problem is, companies that went down that road started experiencing certain key predictable problems.
It turns out that while they are saving a lot of money upfront, they end up spending a lot more money later on because of miscommunication, bad time zones, missed deadlines, and also developmental choices that were not prevented early on.
Oftentimes, when remote staff are left unsupervised, they can be counted on to take a much longer time to produce a project. This balloons your development costs. Worse yet, if you were to decide to replace your offshore service provider, good luck trying to build on the code they have built. It may have turned out that the code was written in such an unclear and complex way so as to force you to continue to use your less than optimal service provider indefinitely. Talk about stepping into a rabbit hole of wholly unnecessary headaches!
In other words, there were all these fires that were starting that could not have been properly stamped out at an earlier point in time because the project manager was not awake at that time. Do you see how this works?
This is why a lot of companies started doing nearshore developing. In other words, companies from Western Europe and Northern American are no longer dealing with India or the Philippines, but instead are locating their projects in places like Romania.
These have a manageable time zone, and they allow for more insertion points as far as the final work quality or quality guidelines for the product are concerned.
Make no mistake about it, if you want to make money with Software Development Romania, go into nearshoring. That’s the bottom line.
Because if you do this right, and you do it at the right time, your competitors won’t be laughing. Instead, they would be working hard to reverse engineer your success with Software Development Romania.