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Acceptic Ltd, a Ukrainian outsourcing software development company, has opened its representative office in Newbury, United Kingdom. The main task of the new office is to bring Acceptic services nearer to its UK customers in order to understand and satisfy their requirements more comprehensively.
The Acceptic office in Newbury is headed by Tim Rees, CEO of RS Outsource Limited. RS Outsource has been working with Acceptic Ltd for about a year. Tim Rees says: “Acceptic helped us to develop core applications for one of our own clients. During this project they demonstrated excellent software development, managerial skills and underlying IT potential. Now we have decided to expand our cooperation and are together offering clients a broader and more flexible service.”
Acceptic Ltd provides custom programming services including high-performance Web systems, data processing, business management systems, as well as outstaffing and dedicated development team services.
Of these Tim Rees highly recommends dedicated development teams: “The experience Acceptic has in providing nearshore dedicated teams and outstaffing services is very interesting for the UK market.” Dmitriy Kharchenko, CEO with Acceptic, agrees: “Dedicated client’s teams are important in today’s tough market conditions as it allows clients to easily fill short-term gaps in their IT infrastructure with a team that has the necessary knowledge and experience, while being contracted only for the required time – all for just a small fee.”
Both sides consider dedicated development teams to be the safest model of cooperation these days, as it is not just a skilled personnel, but also a proven methodology that allows essentially mitigating project risks in very early stages of the project development.
Senior managers of both companies have expressed their confidence that this cooperation will be beneficial for both RS Outsource Limited and Acceptic and especially for the UK IT companies that will use these new services.