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Why Leaders Opt For Outsourcing?

It is not possible for every company to have all the technology experts, hiring developers for each and every technology is almost impossible and also it tames lots of time to hire developers of different skill set.

This is the reason that business leaders outsource there certain tasks and skills. For example, your company has great react native experts but your client want the solution in Laravel technology and you don’t want to lose the client, so the quickest solution will be to outsource your project to top Laravel app development companies and earn.

Do you know the top business leaders today has also searched for companies for outsourcing?

Yes, this is true. There are several businesses today, which have once used outsourcing for their business growth. Here is the list:

  • Alibaba.com

    Alibaba.com started its journey as china’s yellow pages and today it is the world’s biggest global marketplace. Due to the shortage of developers in China during the early times, alibaba.com decided to outsource the website development. Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba wanted its website to be the best and for that new technology integration was required, which was difficult in China; so he decided to contact IT outsourcing companies in the USA and thus we have Alibaba.com today.

  • Google

    Google is a tech giant and is popular for the word environment and ethics it serves to its employees, but still it is taking the advantage of IT outsourcing services companies around the world. Google is a strong implementer of outsourcing development services, from IT specialists to developers and virtual assistants; Google outsources its IT projects outside.

  • Whatsapp

    Whatsapp is the hottest replacement of SMS; founded by the former Yahoo employees Brian Acton and Jon Koum.  With its encrypted communication, file sharing, group messages and calling WhatsApp is winning the race. Whatsapp has never denied the fact of IT outsourcing, as per the publicly available information, the core development was outsourced to Russia.

  • Skype

    Skype has boomed the communication market in early 2000’s and is still leading as the communication tools. Skype is now an art of Microsoft who bought it in 2011 at $8.5 million. The idea was of Niklas Zennstrom and Dane Janus Friss who outsourced the backend to three Estonian developers which later on became their partners.

  • Slack

    Slack is an online collaboration tool app which is used for instant messaging. The app was launched in 2013 by a group of four friends and before it’s first beta testing, slack’s development was outsourced to a firm which handled its website, app, and logo. On the first day of launching slack had 8k users.

  • Appsumo

    AppSumo launched in 2010, is a website that distributes and shares daily deals to his subscribers generally who are tech-focused and software related. The founder Noah Kagan has selected a remote developer for PayPal integration project which is aimed to collect payment through its new website. AppSumo is currently valued at $2 million, with a remarkable mailing list accounting for 700K subscribers. AppSumo still depends on outsourcing for most of their projects.

  • Expensify

    Invented in 2008, Expensify provides a tool which collects expenses, keep track of transactions and receipts all in a mush easy approach. Ahead of growing the company with 130+ staff and more than 2 million users, Expensify has done a partnership with outsourced international software house to watch out of their back-end systems which facilitated them to focus completely on front-end development and eventually increasing their business.

  • Klout

    Klout is a tool which ranks users according to their social media influence. Much of the development work of Klout was outsourced in Singapore. After which the founder got the working prototype and was able to build a remaining team and raise money.

  • Groove

    It is an all-in-one Help Desk for small businesses providing everything they need including Ticketing, Live Chat, Knowledge Base, Self Service, etc. The founder of Groove wanted to keep 100% ownership of the company, whilst saving money to spend on full-time employees, subsequent to product validation. Thus the entire early development of Groove was outsourced to a firm. In 2016, the company has acquired revenue of $5.2 million, having thirteen employees around the world and over 6K paying clients.

  • GitHub

    GitHub is one of the most recognized tools in the world of code which is used by a community of people. GitHub was founded in 2008 and has its roots in an outsourced development firm. Ultimately, to build the backend of Gist which is a sharing feature in GitHub, the company hired Scott as a Git outsource contractor. Presently GitHub has 56+ million of projects posted and 600+ employees.

The above stories must have given you a thought of how selecting outsourcing can actually have a positive impact on a business. You can consider outsourcing as the best path to run a business. You can either outsource part of your product development or a part of your client work. If you are confused between in-house, offshore and freelancing development then we have a detailed blog for you

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