You are in the middle of a world where everything is connected. Performance is reaching excellence in all its dimensions. It is now the era of digitization, mobilization, augmentation, disintermediation, automation and this list will only continue to grow. This decade is one of the most transformational periods in the human history. Disruption has become the new normal, and science fictions are becoming science facts. The digitization megatrend is creating a need for not just creating digital products but also building the right capabilities into your product. Building the right products need hiring the right skill.
Skill doesn’t just refer to knowledge but the ability to get things right from A to Z like recognizing the market demands, requirement gathering, prototype development, testing and every inch of the development process. Having this in mind, DeveloperOnRent built a business model where companies don’t have to waste time in training their developers and pay only for what they do with the developers they rent.
DeveloperOnRent just started with three customers and over the years, the company has gained enough traction in a notoriously short while. The company has experienced with 200+ various clients for 4 years and currently has more than 60 clients in 7 countries. They have also successfully deployed more than 30 products across different domains such as retail, e-commerce, marketing, healthcare, mythology, automobiles, education etc. In this article, we will discuss how DeveloperOnRent can help you win with your digital strategies to keep up with the market demands that are augmenting at speed of thought.
How DeveloperOnRent helps you cope with the neck breaking the pace of changing market demand?
Since digital transformation has become a buzzword, most businesses are moving towards making all possible aspects of their businesses digital. As a result, they invest in digitizing certain aspects that don’t add that much value to their business. This happens due to the companies’ lack of understanding of the digital capabilities that a company should have.
Consulting and advisory firms can give suggestions on a hypothetical basis but they end up in two scenarios. Either the suggestions work and cost you a hefty sum for the consultation or the strategies might not work at all (as said earlier, the strategies are built on a hypothesis and there is no guarantee that they might work). Considering the first scenario where the suggestions work, there is still a problem of communication gap.
Even if you get an expert consultation, there is enough room for a miscommunication or communication gap between the consultant and your developer. Assumptions and hypothesis don’t work anymore. Platforms like RAD and low-code are enabling businesses to build applications at speed of thought and clients are so accustomed to getting things done on a real-time basis. Trial and error is not for the digital era where time is money. So overall, the chance of building digital strategies purely by consulting advisory firms is quite less.
Though it is a good idea to encourage your developers to figure out a solution, it is going to take a lot of time for them to understand the demands across various industries that they are not familiar with. Eventually, by the time you have figured out the solution, it would have become outdated by the neck breaking speed of the changing market trends. So what can be done here? Rent expert developers with experience across different business models. This solves all the concerns and questions created by the scenarios mentioned above. Our developers are experienced enough to understand market demands, and customer expectations and also come with a hand full of skills that are required for building all the nitty gritty of your digital strategy.
Pay per use model
But building a good digital strategy has not always been a breeze to companies. Especially when it comes to startups, right from requirement gathering to final testing, every phase of building a digital product (or a strategy) comes with a bunch of struggles. Affordability is one of the major problems here. Startup companies that don’t have enough funds to hire expert developers hire fresher’s and interns. Though the amount of money they pay them is less, startups end up spending more on training their fresh employees.
Some startups prefer hiring freelancers. Though some freelancers are extraordinarily talented, not all of them are very reliable. Since freelancers work for a lot of companies, your project might not fit into their schedule as that of your full-time employee. So the solution to the problem is hiring an experienced developer at a pocket-friendly pay-scale. This is exactly the solution that ‘DeveloperOnRent’ provides. The renting model has cost benefits of around 38% and also saves you from a lot of concerns that come along with working with developers on a contractual basis.
Expertise across various business models
The companies enable you to rent experienced developers and the pay per use model helps you pay only for the work you get done. This is way efficient when compared to the traditional model of pay per month where you pay your employees no matter they work or not. You also don’t have to spend time and money training our developers as they are already well trained with experience in various domains. Besides giving you a great service, they would also be a great source of input for your projects. This is because an average developer works on 3 to 4 projects every year. They work with different products, different business models and different industries. This paves the way for an immense learning throughput. Our developers will not just understand your business model easily but will also find better ways to build your products.
Privacy is the front seat candidate when it comes to software development. We understand the privacy concerns businesses have with freelancers (if you haven’t signed an NDA). Our developers keep your information secure and also we give you all the freedom to escalate. We also believe in incorporating complete transparency in all our processes and communication.
With technological advancements in things right from the text prediction in keyboards to the automated cars that can learn and think, our lives had changed in a way that was unimaginable a decade ago. The way we work will never be the same as the skills we need would be dramatically different. More than 80% of the fortune 500 companies 50 years ago don’t even exist today only because of not adapting to digital transformation. Digitization can be your ladder or snake depending on your willingness to change. Even the most critical analogous systems have gone digital. For example, financial sectors have always splurged on technology but when it comes to physical security they invested on analog CCTV until the debut of digital transformation. But now, with techniques like people counting, face recognition and queue management, security has become stronger than ever. It’s time for businesses to embrace digital transformation and be future ready. Because if you don’t, your competitor will.