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Tips for Outsourcing App Development

by: Sarah Joson

Monday, November 25, 2013 |

App Development Outsourcing Tips

The ever growing mobile technology has opened countless opportunities for businesses, and has fuelled demand from consumers. Anyone who owns an internet-capable gadget today can have access to various websites that offer services, products, and information.

On the other hand, business owners are seeking more and more solutions not only to market their products and services, but also to make the transaction easier for customers. But many business owners have limited access to the skills needed in creating new tools, offerings, and keeping up with the trends in general.

Two of the key processes for this line of work can be outsourced: the design and development of the application itself, and the sales and marketing aspect.

As posted at Tech.co, these are things to keep in mind when outsourcing app design and development work:

Transparency
Anyone who is involved with outsourcing knows that communication and transparency are critical factors. Since work is done remotely, executives should exert extra effort in establishing concrete communication lines through conference calls, constant emails, and even periodical site visits.

History and Reputation
Do your own research about the history of the provider. Of course, when they are the ones presenting themselves, they will keep certain information from you such as failed partnerships and their entire track record. By performing due diligence, you will also be able to discover what disciplines they offer and which ones they excel in.

Assets and Financial Capacity
Will the service provider be able to sustain the needs of your company if for instance you need to expand? See to it that apart from the main skills and resources such as infrastructure and app development team, they also have enough management staff to take control of the growing operation.

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