"Outsourcing" is a word you’ve probably heard a lot. Sibers believes that the best way to begin a business relationship is to introduce the outsourcing concept from square one — starting with a discussion about outsourcing’s advantages and how they can be best applied to your specific IT market.
Outsourcing means contracting a business process to an outside supplier. There are many reasons to do so: for example, focusing your own employees on what they do best and asking a third party to handle a business need that you can’t efficiently fulfill with your internal resources. Moreover, outsourcing can apply to both services and physical goods. Imagine a PC manufacturer ordering a graphics chip from another company, or a flower shop wanting to revamp its website: in both cases, time and money can be saved by bringing in, respectively, a component provider and a
An iterative development process offers the highest level of flexibility for innovative projects. Worried about burn rate? A remote team is the best choice for your new startup.
While you concentrate on building your business, we’ll ensure that your ideas take shape exactly as you imagined them, on-time and on-budget.
The needs of digital agencies, freelancers and Tier-1 providers often change according to what the market demands — which means that when adjustments are necessary, fast execution is key. Our team’s composition adapts over time to your changing needs, and is as easy to manage as your local staff. We’re all about transparency, integration and reliability.
Imagine the Sibers team as a natural extension of your business. We’ll integrate flawlessly into your pre-existing processes and hit the ground running. Moreover, we’ll share the same values and goals as your local team, and you’ll have the ability to remotely monitor our progress.
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