Why offshoring is no longer a risky option
IT is the most global market of them all. Nobody’s surprised anymore when you have people from all around the world working on your project. Shortage of software developers is a persistent problem, especially if you’re insistent on hiring locally, or working only with local software companies.
In rare situations, there are regulatory obligations that might force you to build your software locally. Chances are that there are no such regulations for your project, so it’s worthwhile to browse the global software development company market before you choose your providers.
The risks of offshoring used to be:
• Communication issues
• Time zone complications
• Reduced quality of work
But the IT market has evolved, and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. To gain and maintain an edge, the best companies kept raising the bar, setting an example for all other providers. This has made the market transparent and safe, even when it comes to offshoring.
What you can gain from offshoring
Talents on Board
Countries We Work With
Years in Business
The flexibility and communication skills of the Angry Nerds team are impressive. A profitable and successful long-term partnership has resulted from Angry Nerds consistently delivering reliable, quality, on-time products.
Alexander Peschke, Owner of Peschkedesign
Their design skills are top-class. Angry Nerds are a truly committed and experienced team - and they’re simply friendly, so it’s a real pleasure working with them. They’re easy-going and at the same time strongly involved in everything they do.
Product Owner, Automotive Processes Company
They exceeded our expectations delivering several features that were not a part of the initially flawed specification. (...) I have almost 20 years of experience and have never been so impressed by all aspects of product delivery and support. For me, it is 11 out of 10.
VP of Product and Marketing, Online Travel Agency Startup
Do we work with NDAs?
Yes. We’re professional and keep our cooperation confidential. If you need to protect the information you give us in order to create the product for you, we respect it. Learn more about our approach to NDAs and white-label services in the article on our blog - linked in the section below.
What kind of pricing models do we offer?
We offer two standard types of contracts - Fixed Price (FP) and Time and Materials (T&M). Although we generally agree that the T&M model works better with agile software development than the FP contract, it really depends on a particular project. We're flexible - tell us what you need and we'll come up with the right solution.
Do we transfer copyrights to the projects we develop for you?
Of course, the code that we create is basically yours. We can sign a contract to make sure the IP will be transferred to you.
Can we take over a project developed by another company?
Definitely! We'll have to first analyze it to give you recommendations on how to proceed, but we’re open to such challenges.