What is Nearshoring?
Nearshore software development consists of getting a supplier, geographically and culturally close, to participate in all or different instances of a development project. This supplier must have a set of highly qualified professionals, capable of performing the client's tasks on time and with the highest quality standards.
Nearshoring vs Offshoring: differences
Talking about nearshoring also means talking about offshoring, which refers to the outsourcing of a company's services to a distant country.
Generally, offshoring is the most cost-saving option, but in the long term it carries a risk of loss of control of the company. Labor relations and team productivity are affected by time, cultural and legal differences, language barriers and even geopolitics.
Advantages of nearshoring
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