Once you receive a new project and you realize that you will need the assistance of a third party, some of the companies get frustrated, as they don’t know how to proceed. The following article makes an overview of the different business models, which can be used once you decide to outsource an IT project.
When adding new members to your workforce, it is vital to ensure that the process is conducted in the correct way and manner, especially if the new employee will be outsourced and you will not be able to have a direct day-to-day observation on the performance of the tasks.
Watch the video about our outsourcing office in Varna, Bulgaria, meet the team and listen to Flat Rock Technology CTO Pravoslav Milenkov and Managing Director Ran Gazit-Berger talk about the work environment in Bulgaria, project management, client relationships approach and much more.
Outsourcing could be a very easy process as long as it is well organized, follows a specific clear structure, allows quick and multidimensional communication and has the necessary technical tools and resources to make the project smooth and the delivery successful.
Outsourcing to Europe has proved to be not just a fad but also a serious direction in which many companies are headed to. Europe is much more diverse and at the same time unified that most people may think. Central and Eastern European countries have long felt the business mood as many companies have already settled their departments there. The Baltics and even more so the Balkans have become central players in the outsourcing field.
Outsourcing is one of the main directions businesses are focusing on, especially in the recent years. From sportswear to computer hardware, many Western companies are taking advantage of the Eastern world in terms of educated work force, cost efficiency and geographical strategies but maybe the trend is already shifting.