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Get 6 tips that will help you successfully select a partner for your software development
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to software development. Selecting the right partner will solve your software development resource issues and your technical challenges.
In order to do this you need to consider a few key factors at the procurement stage, so you ensure you get the right partner for your company and your deployment. The free checklist only takes a few minutes to read, and the information will help you get the best results from your IT outsourcing.Find out more
Budget vs resource: Solve the ultimate IT conundrum
Does your IT department lack the capacity or capability to meet your business’ software development requirements?
If your answer is yes, then you need to find a solution that is in line with both your budget restrictions and your business' IT demands.Find out more
Enterprise architecture: ensuring a cost-effective and efficient development process
Enterprise-level software projects vary in terms of scale, purpose and functionality, but there are five common areas development managers find challenging:
- Data migration
- Changing requirements
How do you address these issues without overspending, introducing bugs, missing deadlines or resorting to hacks in the code?Find out more
What does distributed agile software development look like in practice?
Software development has evolved. Historically, Software Development was done using the Traditional Waterfall method, which often resulted in project overruns, software that didn't do what users wanted, or worse, a failed project. Agile software development takes a different approach to Waterfall. Agile means that you get to the end result through iterations, starting with "must have" functionality, then adding functions in collaboration with the Stakeholders, unlike Waterfall, which takes the "Big Bang" approach.
Distributed Agile software development takes this flexibility and agility to the next level, by leveraging external resource to complement in-house teams.
What's the outcome? Faster time to project completion, without taking on additional internal headcount to cope with spikes or compressed deadlines.
How can you make the best use of these extended teams when they're located across the world?
One of the best ways to connect your teams is through effective communication.
This is where distributed agile software development comes in.
Nearshore VS Offshore IT outsourcing:
how to select the best option for you
There's no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to IT outsourcing.
Are you looking to reduce costs? Speed up development time? Access a skill set you don't have within your own team? The outsourcing partner you choose will depend on your technical requirements and priorities.
Here are three practical factors you need to consider before deciding whether to partner with a nearshore or offshore IT outsourcing provider for your next project.Find out more
What are your main challenges in delivering internal software projects within your business?
Here at Amdaris, we take the refreshing approach of actually listening to what our clients want, and what challenges they are facing. Software development challenges can vary from organisation to organisation.
Why not complete our online survey? It only takes a couple of minutes, and will help us to understand your needs in more detail, meaning we deliver the value you want.
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