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The U.S. is starting to experience a significant developer shortage in computer science labor fields, after years of the rapid growth of international juggernauts like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple. Without outsourced labor, the U.S. could face potential losses in the billions. This is because underutilized business development and digital transformation will slow down. U.S. companies need to look at Central Asia as an alternative to Eastern Europe for outsourcing.
The only way to grow and develop your business in today’s modern world is with the application and integration of advanced technologies. That leaves a company with the option of hiring an expensive in-house team to put in place these technologies. Or they will need to work with freelancers that often do not understand the company goals. The last option is to contract with an outsource company that will save time and money. Going forward with it, there are many reasons to integrate outsourcing to Central Asia as part of a company’s business strategy. Not only it helps a business grow and develop, but also it allows a business to stay competitive in the current marketplace.
When it comes to software development, it goes without saying that everyone, even those who made their very first searches into this world, comes across these two terms: Outstaffing and Outsourcing. So, what these two terms really mean? What are the main differences between them? What are the benefits and drawbacks of them? And which one suits you more? If these are the questions that you are looking for answers for, then below paragraphs are right up your alley. Let’s explore these two terms further together and find out the answers to the questions above.
In today’s world where new technology is getting into every single aspect of our lives more and more, all known paradigms are experiencing shifts and getting into discussions with followers being enough in both ends. In particular, there has been a lot of debate over the past decade or two about whether or not a university degree is necessary to become a software engineer. Let's see if we can provide enough details regarding this matter.
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