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How to Develop Software Better and Faster:
A Guide to Strategic Outsourcing
Art & Logic
software engineering and design
Advantages of a development firm
versus temp staffing or
independent contractors
Ability to adjust number of
compatible programmers up or
down as project demand requires
= "scalable teams"
Team members experienced at
working together = high
Access to additional experts for
specialty help = extra
troubleshooting power
Strong project management
process = project success is
Manage A Variable Workload

The resources required for the different phases of software development fluctuate,
making it difficult to keep a large internal team busy throughout the entire project
lifecycle. An outsource firm has `scalable teams'­the number of compatible engineers
assigned to a project can be increased or decreased to accommodate project
demand. Outsourcing reduces the risk of lowered morale due to internal team
downsizing and eliminates the hidden cost of non-productive staff.
Start The Project Fast

The agility of the outsource firm is an advantage when a project needs to start quickly
or has a rigorous deadline. In-house teams usually require substantial lead time to
assemble and prepare. Programmers must be freed up from other projects; further
delays are to be expected if new engineers must be hired and integrated with existing
staff. The outsource firm has highly qualified software engineers with experience
working together as a team. Quickly available, these experienced teams are efficient
and productive from the first day of the project. The outsource team can be
augmented by other firm specialists as the project progresses, if the original scope of
work has changed.
Avoid The Politics

Although few managers admit it, most organizations are subject to some degree of
internal politics. Personality clashes, culture or leadership changes and power
struggles can lead to tension, delays, and even project failure. An outsourcing firm is
completely free from the negative impact of intra-company politics and will be able to
guarantee absolute focus on the successful completion of your project.
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