3 Benefits of choosing Nearshore for your Business

We are living in strange times and it is of the utmost importance that we look after our business in the best way possible, and that includes its bottom line.For a long time, offshoring was the way to go when it came to delegating break/fix activities, but markets like the Philippines, Vietnam, China andIndia have started to decline as good options, which is why nearshoring has risen as one of the most viable routes to get the most for your dollar.

 

Nearshore is not the same as offshore

 

When you think about hiring employees in other countries, you may be thinking of that time you hired offshore engineers or teams that ended up costing more than you expected, or taking longer than you anticipated, or simply lacked the quality you needed. You may be thinking of how difficult it was to schedule a meeting, and how challenging the communication was with the developers you hired; you might even remember how you had to send back seemingly finished projects because some specification wasn’t understood or a change wasn’t properly made.

 

And all of this is putting you off from hiring near shore programmers. But wait…

 

Nearshore is closer, in every way

 

One of the most important things you have to remember when you think of Nearshore is that it's closer, in every way. Here are 3 very specific benefits you will get from going near shore.

 

●     Time Zones: You will no longer have to worry about complicated time conversions with the people working for you. With near shore programmers you will have your entire team working at the same hours, making them available to you on-demand.

 

●     Language: Many of the near shore markets at your disposal find it essential to learn English at very high levels of proficiency. Many of the people that do nearshoring already have a wealth of knowledge of the American business and social cultures, so that is one barrier you will not have. Forget about the constant miscommunications and get what you expect in the first try!

 

●     Cost: It’s quite obvious that those interested in nearshoring are usually drawn to it because of costs.However, it is important to mention that in near shore markets you will be able to get the level of work you are looking for at about a third of the price.This will free up capital for you to invest in other areas of your company without sacrificing in quality.

 

In addition to these points there is the capacity people have shown to work from home. Many companies shied away from nearshoring because they felt supervision would be too difficult and people didn’t have the discipline to work effectively away from the office. However, If this lockdown has proven anything is that home office is actually a plausible way to go, and that includes workers abroad.

 

If you want to learn more about nearshoring and everything it can do for your company, contact us today. We’ll be happy to tell you how it can change the way you do business.

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