Ukraine is under development and the prices are on the rise. This is going to be of great importance to the companies who are outsourcing IT-development tasks to Ukraine.
Then we heard about it again. About the lack of IT developers who appear to be a showstopper in the IT-industry in Denmark. And while it’s old news that appears on a regular basis, we were once again reminded of the challenges facing the IT- industry.
What does it cost? This is the most frequently asked question when we enter into dialogue with Scandinavian companies. And of course it is interesting and very important when you buy a product. We know that it requires a quick response and that the response must be well founded and properly documented.
In previous blogs we have talked about the initial stages of offshore cooperation. This time we will tell you a bit about the regular day-today work when the cooperation has begun – how do you get the best of the cooperation and how does it work?
When Scandinavian companies are considering outsourcing abroad, there are many considerations, and even concerns that arise. For most businesses, large and small, it is unchartered territory, and many miss the rights charts to navigate.
Everyone who works with IT in Scandinavia has heard about it: Too few IT candidates are trained to meet the needs of the market – More students are being admitted into university level IT-education across Scandinavia but it’s far from enough and it will take years for those students to reach a senior developer status.