Choosing the right dedicated development team for your business is important, since outsourcing can be a bit of a minefield. Here are the main reasons to consider Avicoma as your next third-party partner.
Established Management Base
Avicoma has its own development center which has already been deployed in a number of commercial projects for major enterprises. A best practice approach to management makes it possible to effectively cultivate top-tier development teams which will satisfy the needs of any client.
You need not worry about things like data security and the resilience of the workflow, since our skilled administrators are well-trained and highly experienced, enabling Avicoma to achieve prestigious MS Gold and Silver certifications in various competencies. This should give you peace of mind about any development projects which you entrust to us.
Long Term Approach to Partnerships
Our partnerships are formulated carefully, so as to ensure that the teams which are put together will be able to live up to client expectations and requirements in the long-term. All of our employees are part of the A Team, with no second tier specialists used, unlike some of our rivals. We recruit those highly skilled IT specialists who have extensive experience in the market, as well as the cream of the current graduate crop. Collaboration and cooperation are important assets and found within the skill-sets of all our employees. And while teams may work separately on individual projects, our working environment is designed to motivate everyone equally, creating an inclusive atmosphere of support and trust.
Quality Guarantees & Low Recruiting Fees
The long-term partnerships which Avicoma establishes with its partners are grounded on guarantees of quality, which is a reassuring aspect for any potential client. Since we do not simply operate on a short-term basis with a quick turnover of specialists and customers, we can also offer a low recruiting fee and ensure competitive pricing across the board.
Sometimes it is beneficial to establish short term relationships with freelancers in order to get through a particular development project. Dealing with third party consultants and experts for brief stints is entirely acceptable in certain circumstances, such as if your business is creating something as a one-off and will not require a similar skill set again. However, there are also situations in which long-term cooperation with a client ‘s development team is necessary, in which instance having a dedicated set of experts with whom you can liaise on an ongoing basis will be a real advantage.
In the past it might have been necessary to make investments in additional permanent members of staff to achieve any long term goals, but this is neither ideal nor necessary in the current climate. By outsourcing the expansion of your software development capabilities you can avoid the expense of procuring additional employees, as well as the peripheral costs of administration that this involves, while still getting the benefits of cooperation and collaboration that this affords, when working with a client ‘s own development team.
Another reason to choose a dedicated development team from an outsourcing provider is that this will allow you to set out a schedule and work on a plan that extends beyond the range of what a short term relationship with a freelancer might allow. You can carefully manage both in-house and third party teams effectively in this way, ensuring that everyone is striving together towards a collective goal, while also reducing the likelihood of work being duplicated, which can itself be a burden on productivity and the budget.
In business it pays to take the long view, particularly if you are developing software that will need to be deployed, managed and updated for years, even if its development is completed in months. This makes the efficiency, affordability and quality of a dedicated development team all the more obvious.
I have just had some interesting reading on Businessinsider, 15 questions that you’d better know how to answer if you wish to join the Twitter team. There were some exciting ones like “How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?” and “What is your favorite meme?” I’ve also noticed that mostly those were the questions that you’d hear from HR guys in any other company, like the questions about the 5 years’ plan and why they would not need to hire you. At Avicoma we sometimes like to ask some provocative questions when we hire a dedicated developer for a client and need to be sure he will match the team’s spirit.