How to Find a High-Performing Dedicated Development Team?

Nikita Aldakushin

Nikita Aldakushin

Delivery Manager at Andersen

Dedicated Team
Aug 17, 2022
11 minutes to read
  1. When do you need to hire an external company?
  2. The benefits of partnering with a third-party company
  3. The most frequent fears about collaborating with a third-party company
  4. How to avoid risks when outsourcing?
  5. Choose the engagement model that suits your needs
  6. Calculate the project cost and timelines
  7. Turn to Agile methodology
  8. Seek effective team collaboration based on Scrum
  9. To wrap up

Sooner or later, every fast-scaling company that wants to keep pace with rapidly evolving digital technology needs to implement an IT project without delay. This is when outsourcing comes to the rescue. The last several years with their increasing trend for remote work and economic turmoil have changed employers’ attitudes towards in-house hiring. Today, companies tend to entrust their projects to external vendors. However, while benefiting from cost-effectiveness and access to vast technical expertise, businesses might lose control over the work process. Read on to learn how to avoid pitfalls while collaborating with an IT company and make sure that your dedicated software development team is truly performing.

When do you need to hire an external company?

The rapid advancement of technologies has sparked an IT outsourcing market growth of 13% in 2020-2021, and its revenue is projected to exceed $500 billion by 2025.

Worldwide revenue of IT outsourcing

When does your business need a hand from an external party? Let’s consider each case in detail:

  • You’re looking for an expeditious time to market. Recruiting in-house specialists and bringing them up-to-date requires time, especially if your company doesn’t specialize in technologies. An already assembled team will start delivering within days of agreeing on the terms, and thus, you will get a working product and profit from it faster.

  • Your project needs extensive expertise. Building industry-specific software might require technical knowledge and business expertise. A professional IT company will provide you wit