Category: Nearshore Development

Nearshore Development
A Comprehensive Comparison of Nearshore vs. Offshore Software Outsourcing

There are two primary ways companies outsource software development services beyond their own country: Nearshore and Offshore outsourcing. What is the difference between these two and which one makes more sense for your company? Let’s compare. What is Nearshore software outsourcing? Nearshore software outsourcing is when a company has distributed teams

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Nearshore Development
The Essential Guide to Nearshore Software Development

All you need to know about Nearshore software development Many technology leaders are discovering Nearshore software development as an ideal way to get the talent they need at a price they can afford. Finding great talent is hard. Finding great talent that works in an Agile manner and can deliver the outcome

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Illustrated map of developers across the Americas.
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5 Tips to Help You Select the Right Nearshore Development Partner

The digital landscape is changing at lightning speed. New technologies are emerging at a fast pace and your business could fall behind without the right partner to support your software development projects. Companies are looking for the best way to save money and increase their bottom line. Outsourcing has become

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Nearshore Agile developers collaborating in real-time.
Nearshore Development
Location Doesn’t Matter. Talent Does.

As we mentioned in our recent blog post, 3 Simple Reasons to Consider Nearshore for Software Development, the way of working has changed. Remote working is here to stay! Today, there are more people working remotely than before the pandemic. Gartner reports that 30% of employees worked remotely at least

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Integrated US and Nearshore teams on a map of the Americas.
Nearshore Development
3 Simple Reasons to Consider Nearshore for Software Development

It’s Official: The Way of Working Has Changed Remote Working Is Here to Stay Having team members physically in the office is no longer a vital requirement as teams have proven they can work collaboratively (and many times more productively) in a remote setting. The question is, are you taking

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