The Build Operate Transfer model (BOT) is a way to build an offshore software development team in collaboration with a local partner. The team is transferred from provider to parent entity when they are ready. Build Operate Transfer is used as an alternative to the expansion of existing in-house software teams or outsourcing to external development partners
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There’s plenty of reasons why technology firms outsource. Often, this is a perfectly reasonable choice. In many cases, though, your long-term strategy should be to set up a subsidiary and to make the nearshore (offshore) team part of your organization. We’re going to follow with 7 reasons why it is so.
At least 2 000 engineers work for Polish software houses in Krakow. Let's take a look at the largest Polish software houses in Kraków and assess the state of the market.
We have recently been asked to speak on the video made by the Municipality of Krakow. The video talks about the growth of the Krakow IT Market. Here’s a piece…
Back 15 years ago, when Krakow started its transition to become a prime software engineering location in Europe, the idea of establishing a remote software development lab was relatively new.…
Several weeks ago we looked into the Kraków start-up scene and today we are turning our eyes to the city’s largest software companies. There’s a reason for it: Kraków IT…
How are Polish different from Swedish or Norwegian? Why is it important to understand differences? Let's try to learn it consciously based on cultural distance analysis.
Kraków is not just a prime offshoring destination where international companies put their captive centers. There is also a new wave of Kraków start-ups.
Krakow is the city to be for many IT firms from Scandinavia. Some of them are well established businesses and others are startups. Both consulting firms as well as product companies are here. There are at least several reasons why Krakow is such a popular destination.