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Eastsource is commonly used when a company from a country in Western Europe, such as the Netherlands, Belgium, UK or Germany, obtains software development services by contract from a supplier in Eastern Europe. They normally do that to save time on recruiting and forming teams, have increased flexibility, access to a larger talent pool, and to cut on budget.
Hans: “Guten tag! We can’t find a good local team for this software project and our budget is unfortunately tight.”
Sofia: “Eastsource, mein Freund...Eastsource is the answer!”
by Global software developer March 05, 2018
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