Apr 05 2020

7 Steps to Build your Nearshore Team



Some of the most frequently asked questions we get are about the process of nearshore outsourcing. How does it work and how will it work for me. Clients and hirees wonder the same thing so we summarized the process in just 7 simple steps:

  1. UNDERSTAND YOUR TALENT NEEDS

We work with you to thoroughly understand your requirements to build the team: techstack, experience, roles and responsibilities. If you are not sure what is the most viable team composition for your project, our experts will gladly help you. 

  1. CUSTOMIZED PROPOSAL

We will present to you a proposal with our customized solution, projected costs, time to hire and information you need to make sure that the engagement runs smooth and efficient. 

  1. CONTRACT AGREEMENTS 

When you have made your decision, we will send you our contract and service terms. This will include a statement of work and full non-disclosure agreements.

  1. SCREEN POTENTIAL CANDIDATES

Our hiring team begins searching for potential candidates. We thoroughly test our candidates technically and verify their communication skills before being presented as a qualified solution expert.  

  1. PRESENT BEST FIT CANDIDATES 

As soon as our hiring team agrees on qualified candidates, we will forward you their resumes. We will schedule interviews with the candidates you choose and you will receive all necessary support in the interviewing process. 

  1. SECURE YOUR CANDIDATE TALENT 

As soon as you detect the candidate that best fits your needs, our recruiters begin negotiations to hire the selected candidates and we a start date for your new team member.

  1. TEAM KICK-OFF

Our internal PM and HR staff will onboard  your developers get them ready to join the team and be productive. Our goal is to have a little downtime as possible. That is our promise.

If you still have questions or would like to get in contact with us, you can click here to fill in a quick survey. We look forward to talking and making this your best year yet.




 

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