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The Sociable's Editor in Chief, Tim Hinchliffe, talks with the director of Marketing and Business Development at Perficient Latin America, about good practices in agile development and the experience of Perficient Latin America as a leader in the exp...
This article first appeared in the Sociable. AirBnB recently earned the top spot on CNBC's Disruptor 50 list, and was estimated to be worth as much as traditional hotel giants Hilton and Hyatt combined. Nowadays, not moving fast enough to embrace a d...
Probably sometimes, but whether this is recommended or not as a strategy to get more miles-to-the-dollar for your engineering talent (working with a freelancer versus working with an established software services firm) will depend. I have been i...
Choosing a nearshoring partner is in many ways not different from choosing a good outsourcing vendor. I have been in the business 15 years, and venture some general recommendations to choosing an outsourcing partner: Pick a professional firm with a k...
While the guidelines in the previous blog, Outsource vs Offshore: What Do You Need to Know Before Involving 3rd Parties in Your Business, generally still stand when discussing software development outsourcing, there are many more particular situ...
?As startups or enterprises grow, they often find themselves in the tight spot of needing more bandwidth to handle their business. At this point, companies are forced to make a decision of how they want to continue, ie: outsource vs offshore. Fo...
Highlighting the pros and cons of choosing an onshore freelance team versus working with a dedicated nearshore team in a software development outsourcing engagement. A recent prospective client of ours scratched her head while deciding...
For decades, H-1B visas have been one of the cornerstones of the traditional "IT outsourcing" business model. In many ways, the possibility of legally sending workers to the US has allowed Indian firms to offer an enticing service: the client gets to...
Many IT managers find themselves in the difficult position of seeking to "disrupt" the way their organization has traditionally confronted software development. Often this is a felt need more than a simple curiosity: they realize their organization i...