Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Outstaffing or outsourcing?

Dear colleagues in the market! We have bad news for you (yes, for many this will still be news). If you think you are more competent than your customer, you are a couple of years too late. Product teams on the client side and back offices are developing and rapidly increasing their expertise. They are fully capable of creating, creating and achieving results on their own.


The client is no longer interested in your unhurried turnkey development and inflated estimates with inherent risks. Digital products are rapidly changing, and the main thing that is required now is to quickly assemble the right composition of competent specialists for the tasks and achieve the set KPIs. There is no time for slacking off.


That is why we are actively developing outstaff as a separate line of our business. Here are the benefits for the company this model brings.


Less chance of getting into trouble with an incorrect fix price estimate for the project


We all know that evaluating fixed projects is like walking a tightrope in the dark blindfolded over an abyss with chiseled peaks at the bottom.

Collaboration between client and customer



At the time of selecting an outstaff team, the client usually includes the maximum: conducting an interview, identifying test tasks, with the goal and across the assessment of the quality of the code and the level of knowledge of each employee.


But not everyone realizes that after the start of work, interaction with the team should not be interrupted. If the client has a built-in architecture, code requirements, connecting a developer (read - give access to accounts and samples) and leaving him to deal with this wealth alone will not work.


The client must be ready to distribute the oncoboarding system to their specialists, as well as to the in-house team. Discussing your vision, requirements for evaluation, expectations for results, giving regular frequency communication - this is the minimum without which a high-quality result will not be obtained.

Outstaffing or outsourcing?

Dear colleagues in the market! We have bad news for you (yes, for many this will still be news). If you think you are more competent than yo...