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Does India have good engineers for outsourcing?

How to find a skilled team developers in India.

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Chris Hote
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Chris Hote Advisor
Board Member at FACCNE - French American Chamber of Commerce, New England
It depends how you define a skilled team of developers?

Akhil Pillai
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Akhil Pillai Entrepreneur
Co-Founder at Neovibe Innovative Technologies Pvt Ltd
Hi,

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antony May
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antony May Entrepreneur
Founder/CEO at Founder/ CEO of Andron Ltd
Are you looking for one or planning to,...?
Bhaskar Thatti
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Bhaskar Thatti Entrepreneur
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Himanshu Chudasama
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Himanshu Chudasama Entrepreneur
Founder CEO at Veloz Techform LLP
Simon
India does have Skilled Tech manpower. Issue is there are so many players that it is difficult to find the right match. Than there are Price constraints from clients which leads to final decision making.To find a good team, I would suggest you take an interview of the resource that is going to work for you- ensure it is a video interview, so you know whom you are talking to and if there is any help available.

If you need we at Veloz Techformcan help you find the right resource as we are Consultants with extensive Technical Experience working in the Software Outsourcing Industry in India.
K. Alan Robbins
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K. Alan Robbins Entrepreneur
Head Moose at Moose WorldWide Digital
India does exceptionally well if the task is very well defined, and you have experience with Indian culture.

If you've never done this sort of thing before you need a local partner you can trust, and should put all your efforts into finding "that guy". I've been doing offshore since 1995 in India, China, South America, and Eastern Europe and would be happy to give free advice.

Best of luck to you


Vinay Menon
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Vinay Menon Entrepreneur
Founder at Mera Tiffin
@Simon as advised by @Himanshu, the best way to go about is to set up a video interview and have a formal chat with the team. If they fit into your scheme of things you may want to move ahead to the next level.
Its good to have your scope defined before you start a dialogue and share some fillers with your shortlisted team to see how prepared they are and is it worth the effort.
If you want we can assist you too, we are a IT services startup and have delivered over 100 software projects across 3 continents and manage expectations of 50 customers successfully. We do mess up at times.


Viktor Dmytrenko
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Digital Marketing Manager at Ubertesters
Despite the myths about Indian quality you can find good specialists there. But the percent of such companies / individuals comparing to the whole mass of people that are presented in the market and pitching you is quite small. Like 0.5% or even less.

During last 10 yeas I have faced just with 3 companies and 2 freelancers that do their job good and in time.
Vivek Ghai
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Vivek Ghai Entrepreneur • Advisor
Entrepreneur, Founder & CEO Panacea Infotect I Startup Enthusiast I Outsourcing
@SIMON ROGER. India has a lot of skilled talents available but finding the right match is harder than expected. If you are working with offshore Indian team then you need to be very much clear with what you expect from them. The requirements should be clearly communicated and better to follow agile development methodology.
The best way to find a reliable team if through reference. In case you do not have then then you need to do some research and interview the ones which you feel are good one. After couple of discussions you should have a fair idea of there capabilities, ask for verifiable client references and see past works.
More over doing these does not guarantee that you got the right team unless you work with them.
Good luck!!
Nickolay Kolev
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Nickolay Kolev Advisor
Freelancer at Private
My personal experience with outsourcing to India is not very good. We contracted Tata (for example) and other big names in India and the results were tragic.

Deadlines are never met, the code quality is on junior level, at most. I always end up re-working and doing the (almost) the whole thing myself and with the help of my team.

Funny enough, I have had colleagues from India I have worked with,they are good professionals. Which makes me think the quality and knowledgeable developers probably found their ways to the States.

This is generalization, of course, and is completely based on my personal experience, working on my own projects and big company projects. With all that said, I am avoiding outsourcing to India.
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