Outsourcing

Are you looking to outsource to India? These articles contain great advice and are based on 15+ years of experience in the industry.

Giving your team feedback

Giving feedback will help your remote team to continuously improve. Your candid and constructive feedback really helps your team to understand you better, and what they can do to serve you better.

Is it unfair having to “pay for bugs”?

Here is the answer to the often asked question if it isn’t unfair that clients are charged for bugs and glitches.

Agile web application development using Google docs

All projects and clients are different but from our experiences of agile development, where priorities change fast, we have come to like the following simple approach the best.

10 reasons to hire a QA tester

The role of a QA tester is important. Their tasks are equally vital to the timely delivery of good quality products. Here are 10 reasons why a QA tester is required in every software development firm.

Outsourcing to India: how to handle time zone differences?

Many Indian outsourcing firms offer to work almost the same office hours as their clients - they will work “in your time zone” so to speak. Why might this not be a great idea?

Protect your idea, intellectual property and code

When outsourcing software development you can make your idea reality at a low cost, but what about the risk of your intellectual property leaking and being stolen?

Why opt for dedicated minimum hours contracts for developers?

What type of software development agreement should you choose? Here are five factors why you might reconsider a deeper cooperation with your software development firm.

Hiring a web application development company: 10 vital factors

Are you hiring software developers? You are about to take a hugely impactful business decision! Consider these key factors while shortlisting potential partners.

The agile development method

How can you outsource software development projects more efficiently using the agile development method?

Fixed price development or rough estimates?

Are fixed prices possible? What are the benefits of sprint-based rough estimates?