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Your company is planning to work on a software development project. However, you are standing at the parting of the ways. You ask yourself: “Should we do in-house or outsourcing software development?” We know it is a complex question with many nuances. That is why we have compiled crucial signs that say: “yes, it is time to outsource your development project!”

1. The project is not as important as any other tasks company has

If you see that your project is only one time and is quickly done then why should you distract your in-house team from other long-period tasks? Moreover, you might need specific specialists. Therefore, you will spend more time on the project as if it was a key one.

Outsourced development comes to the rescue here. The outsourcing company will quickly find needed specialists and start the project. You will only pay for worked hours.

2. Your company or team does not specialize in certain kinds of development

For instance, your team usually works with mobile development, but you need products related to web development. So, if you do it by yourself, you will spend more time and money than you have planned. The best solution here is to find an outsourcing company with a web development service.

3. You need high flight specialists

If you have a complex project, you may need highly professional developers. However, such kinds of developers might not be available in your city or country. In this case, an outsourcing company with a wide database of specialists can find desired developers in a short period.

4. You have little budget and time

So, usually, Canadian or American developers have higher prices per hour compared to their Eastern colleagues. Thus, if you have a big project and you want to save money an outsourcing team from Eastern Europe will be your best bet.

If we are talking about little time, giving your project to your in-house team is not the optimal option. Mainly because your team cannot solely focus only on this project and, as a result, you will spend more time than you have planned. Thus, try to write a clear project objective and hand it in to the outsourcing team.

5. Your in-house team is engaged with other projects

We have previously discussed that if you have a small project and your in-house team is busy then you should give your development project to the outsourcing company. Now, let’s imagine you have a big project, but your team will not have enough free time to finish it successfully. Of course, you can leave it to them as their responsibility. However, the more your development team is pressed with work, the less good results you will have. Meanwhile, the outsourcing team will be fully dedicated to your project with no other distractions.

6. Your company quickly grows

If your company quickly expands, you might face the situation when your demand is higher than supply. We mean you have more tasks and projects than your team can handle. In such a case, an outsourcing team may become a perfect addition to your existing team. This can be a temporary or permanent solution to split tasks and improve the project development process.


As you can see main points of outsourcing development are to save your time and budget and to involve high flight professionals from other cities and countries. These are the most evident pros for your software development project.


If you relate to these signs, then our company Techexpert International is happy to support you find needed specialists through outsourcing and to work diligently on your software development project. If you are interested in our future cooperation, contact us to discuss any related questions.

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