To survive and grow, every single product and service offering must have some clear, distinct advantages over its competitors. Therefore, one of the tasks for business leaders is to continuously sharpen your competitive edge. Especially during this crisis while most of everyone is working remotely from home in 2020. It involves an array of digital solutions and innovations to upgrade the business processes. 

However, the investment for software development and integration is immense. It will require time, effort, and, most importantly, resources to build an effective software solution. 

That is why Software Outsourcing is the primary key to help your business survival during this crisis. 

What is Software Outsourcing? 

Sharpen Your Competitive Edge

While many businesses are trying to look for a software solution provider within their region for their needs, other businesses have outsourced the work to a cheaper but also effective, and trustworthy option, a software outsourcing provider in Vietnam. 

With an array of competitive edgesVietnam is believed to be the number 1 destination for Outsourcing and Offshore Development Center services. In 2019, our country ranked 9th in the top outsourcing countries worldwide and #1 on the 2020 WIPO Global Innovation Index. 

So how come Vietnam has such a high ranking in Software Outsourcing? 

Vietnam boasts a talent pool of 40,000 tech engineer graduates entering the labor market every year. The country’s leaders are committed to providing high-quality STEM education, encouraging English as a mandated second language, and focusing on sciences. Moreover, many big names in tech such as IBM, Microsoft, Intel have invested heavily in Vietnam, bringing the global expertise that helps strengthen local talents and familiarize them with international working styles and standards.

All of those favorable factors have helped cultivate capable human resources that can deliver world-class quality.

Another edge is the competitive labor cost, around 15% to 50% more affordable than Thailand and Malaysia, and significantly lower than that of developed countries like Singapore or those in Europe and America. This means companies can save up a considerable amount of cash while not having to compromise on quality.  

The typical partner rates for outsourcing in Vietnam is between $26 – $37 per hour. 


But How Do You Pick a Good Software Outsourcing Company in Vietnam? 

Knowing which are the best software companies in Vietnam is important – but there’s more.  

To select THE RIGHT software outsourcing provider for your company, you need to understand your company as well as the prospective outsourcing partner.  

“One size does not fit all”… your companies industry, culture, time zone, and – yes – technical skill gaps all should impact your search process. 

Therefore, Techvify has a dedicated team of hardworking and skilled professionals.  

By continuously strive to attain knowledge and increase their talent to provide the best quality solutions to our valued customers, we keep our self-updated with the latest Trends so our clients can take rest and concentrate on business.  

Moreover, with an array of multidisciplinary skilled employees forming the core of our capability and with more than 500000+ working hour experience in the following technologies, Techvify can support offshore development and evaluation for customers in various fields such as finance, insurance, e-commerce, manufacturing, and internet services. 

With the right mix of experience, expertise, value, and our ability to deliver against all the odds, our clients have trusted us to unleash their potential, to stay ahead of their competitors, and always deliver top-tier quality service. 

As a Creative and Young company, we believe that continuous innovation, a highly engaging workforce, and effective communication can lead us to become the top leader in software outsourcing in Vietnam. 

We are confident that we can help you sharpen your competitive edge and thrive even in this difficult time.

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