When it comes to software development, some companies may choose to outsource projects to an offshore contractor that may promise the best quality for the lowest cost. Oftentimes outsourcing seems like the most affordable route to go, especially when it comes to obtaining custom software development on a budget. However, outsourcing software development is not without its problems. In recent years, many companies have experienced their share of challenges when choosing to work with offshore software firms. A lower price tag doesn’t always ensure a high quality product, and overall project management varies significantly between offshore contracting firms. 5 Common Problems with Offshore Contractors When a company is considering a contractor or firm to offshore its software development needs to, an assessment of potentially problematic issues should addressed before making a decision. Here are five common areas of concern that present challenges to many U.S. companies working with offshore software developers:
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