Outstaffing blog

4 cases when using outstaff makes sense

1. When you need to hire a lot of developers in a short amount of time
IT recruiting can take a long time, but when you partner with an outstaffing company - it helps you assemble and manage a team for your project. Basically, this way you can get your first candidate in a day since you are not limited to local market, there are always developers who are looking for a job at this exact moment and these developers have already worked on other projects, there are references on them. And the most important thing is that outstaff companies have a team of experienced recruiters who specialize in hiring developers, engineers, projects, testers, business analysts, managers.

2. When you need a specialist in a technology which is not typical for your team
If none of your current employees are willing to change careers and spend months learning a new technology, let one of the outstaff developers do that part of the work. When hiring such a developer you don't have to worry about quality, as they have already worked on a similar task for another customer and know how to find the right solution.

3. When you need a team to complete a short-term project with no extra commitment
Imagine in the middle of a project your client wants to add a new product feature, but all your developers are busy. You can then delegate this short-term work to an outstaff team. Once their work is done, the feature is successfully implemented, and the client is satisfied with the result - you can close the contract, at least for now. If you enjoyed the collaboration, you may want to do it again.

4. When there is no time for long onboarding and training
Outstaff-team is super fast in terms of onboarding and you get an experienced professional right away which is critical if you have tight project deadlines and you know that the sooner your product goes to market, the better it will be for your company or startup. Of course, it will save you money, because outstaff developers do not require additional expenses such as vacation pay, sick pay, bonuses, additional taxes, providing a workplace and equipment, etc.