Innovation In Software: Is It Time To Hire Offshore Developers

Getting ahead in a crowded marketplace

1. Define your requirements clearly

2. Follow a structured interview process

  1. Create a list of topics and questions you want to ask.
  2. Order them to give structure to the interview
  3. Mark the most crucial questions so you definitely ask them, even if time runs on

3. Conduct strict technical tests

4. Look for cultural compatibility of your offshore developers

What is your company culture?

5. Establish a time-efficient hiring process

6. Give candidates a reason to work for you

Engagement and excite the candidate

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