Outsourced Developers are the Pinch Hitters of your Business

In the 1947 World Series, the Brooklyn Dodgers were matched up against the unstoppable New York Yankees. In game four and rounding out a possible no-hitter in spite of 10 "walks", Bill Bevens was leading the team with a 2-1 lead having two outs and two on base. In the sparsely used strategy, Cookie Lavagetto stepped to the plate as a pinch-hitter and forced a walk-off double that set a 3-2 victory for the Dodgers and an evolution of the bullpen.

If you have a software development project planned, one of the biggest decisions to make is whether you plan to hire developers full-time or augment your staff with an outsourced team. Using our team of software developers as the pinch-hitter can help you get your walk-off double and change the course of your game. If you are currently evaluating a decision, or you need additional validation on the benefits of outsourcing for your bullpen, download our white paper today: Outsourced Developers are the Pinch Hitters of your Business

If your company has never outsourced, it can be a slightly intimidating process. Putting your trust in a relatively unknown software development company to deliver the results you’re looking for is a significant decision and investment, much like what the Dodgers faced that day in 1947.

This guide sets out to explain everything you might encounter on your custom software outsourcing journey. There are advantageous benefits to a flexible staff augmentation model, via a software development firm, rather than a more rigid hiring in-house option.

Among what you’ll learn in our white paper:

  • How outsourcing development brings greater skill, talent, and knowledge
  • How outsourcing saves you time and costs significantly
  • The difference between offshore, onshore, and nearshore software development

  • Why US-based project managers, working with teams of offshore developers, is your best option

Download our guide today and lets see what develops! 



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