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Pros & Cons of Outsourcing Webdevelopment

Outsourcing may be a huge global market, with it carrying an estimated $88.9 billion in value in 2017
alone. That’s a hefty sum, and it’s not surprising that companies are interested in outsourcing chunks of
their business (as we’ll find out).

So what is it about outsourcing that makes it so appealing to both large and small businesses, even when
they already have a solid in-house team? And what does one and your brand got to consider when
deciding between keeping an internet project in-house or outsourcing it to others?

Outsourcing has become a very popular process nowadays in many spheres like manufacturing,
accounting, staffing & recruiting, distribution & wholesale and IT sphere in no exception. More than 50%
of programming and IT services are outsourced to such popular destinations as India, Eastern Europe,
Latin America and Southeast Asia.

Which IT Services are typically outsourced?

Web app development

Mobile app development

Database development or management

Application support or maintenance , etc...

Pros of Outsourcing :
No Office Distractions
As we probably , most of the office environments are immense interruptions for developers with
commuting, lunch, chit chat, etc. With the assistance of outsourcing you'll hire a developer who must
work more hours than necessary.

Focus on core activities

while outsourcing the web development, the company’s internal team can concentrate on some other
business-critical issues like marketing, business development, financial strategy, etc.

Access To A Diverse Talent Pool:

When you outsource all web application development projects, you ensure that you have access to a
more diverse and dynamic talent pool and are not limited to only the in-house talent. Hiring an entire
team with all the right skillsets and relevant experiences can be quite daunting but through your
outsourced agency, you can work with specialists from all over the world to create more innovative and
cutting-edge web solutions.

You’ve got the whole world to choose from

It’s a good point to emphasize the perks that come with outsourcing in relation to the variety of talent at
your disposal. You’re not restricted to the few employees you have available in your office. You can
literally outsource to anyone within the world (excluding budget and language barriers of course!). That’s
the beauty of outsourcing.

Say you’ve taken on a website project for a whiskey distillery. Until recently, finding a talented graphic
designer in Spain who has 16 hours free next week and exclusively works with food & drink brands
would are difficult.

Now, you can find that exact person in a few clicks.

Cons (which aren’t really cons, but you've got to conscious of the risks):

Lack of Control:
An in-house team gives you the right to choose your web developers but you may not have the same
kind of control over the ones your outsourced agency chooses to work with. While it isn’t necessarily a
bad thing but it can be quite frustrating especially in the initial phases of the project. Often agencies
work with web developers located overseas and the time gap along with a possible language barrier can
lead to delays and miscommunication.

Supplier organizational issues

while looking for an outsourcing company it is very important to understand whether it will be a reliable
partner, financially stable company, able to keep needed team members with low turnover rate. It highly
influences the success of the outsourcing project and its deadlines as well as budget. One of the crucial
points in the cooperation is the ability of a supplier to protect client’s intellectual property from being
stolen or sold to a competitor.

Less efficient communication

Team is functioning remotely across offices generally has higher overhead thanks to less efficient
communication. Most of the outsourcing companies don’t consider the challenge of 100% remote due to
different time zones.

Security and privacy issues

Nowadays, security is one among the main concerns for web app development. If you're getting to
create an app through outsourcing, then you'll need to face privacy and security issues.