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Profit margin is radically decreasing, and challenge to survive in the period of slowdown and high level of competition is making business highly complex and competitive.
In these circumstances, outsourcing is a shining star, which is gaining ground rapidly as it offers really affordable and low-cost IT solutions in comparison to in-house IT.
However, offshore software development companies that are based in developing nations are offering much lower cost than outsourcing companies based in developed nations.
But whether service provider is native or offshore, outsourcing is infested with complexities that may differ in certain situations and with the tenure of the IT project or relationship between with the vendor and the customer.
These complexities require immediate verification and resolution to make outsourcing safe and secure. But, no efforts are forthcoming from any direction, it seems both vendors and customers are uninterested to take charge and delve in to resolve issues and make outsourcing less complex and intricate.
Complexities in outsourcing are given following that are easily rectifiable and resolvable and to do this, both customer and vendor needs committed endeavor. Search: Usually, customer often relies only on Internet to find an offshore software development company that may be capable to handle its project.
Internet is complex system in itself, often we see impostors in top searches and really capable and professional companies aren’t able to make it to even top 20s. So, partially moving from Internet to offline platform is recommended.
Trade fairs, business seminars and other businesses’ fairs and get together, are some of the few platforms where you’ll find professionals and business heads of the software developmentface-to-face. By meeting them and networking, you can be assured of their quality and increase level of safety and security. Contract: Getting into a contract with an offshore software development company is another complex situation. Around 60 to 70 percent of disputes between vendor and customer are contract borne, and it is recommended to both customer and vendor to thoroughly discuss content and credentials of the contract before signing, and also keep contract lucid, clear, resolved and fully consented.
Communication: Communicating with the offshore software development company always is complex, but, this can be made less complex and responsive by defining communication mediums and person to be communicated such as project manager, in the contract. 24Ч7 communication mediums such as mobile phone, Internet etc. should always be included as these gives freedom to customer to convey any immediate thought or demand to vendor, who may be based in some other time zone.
Transparency: Often due to confidentiality issues and privacy, both vendor and customer hamper the custom software development process. So, to prevent this situation, vendor and customer should pre-define all privacy and confidentiality issues in details and also should properly and clearly define that what can be shared and what are totally barred from sharing to enable smoother process of customer software development.
Authorization: Authorization of the software or system developed should be transferred to customer by the vendor, and to ensure proper authorization, in contract it should be comprehensibly defined what authorization process to be followed and on what conditions and terms will it take place and what rights are transferable? This enable customer software development to not to lead customer and vendor to a deadlock where both are adamant and immovable.