Talent shortages and high wages are a major challenge for software development companies in higher-income countries. These challenges difficulty increase as online customer experiences become more complicated and technical to deliver. Web development companies needs deeper and broader skills to meet rising client expectations; countries like Vietnam are particularly attractive for offshore software development.
Vietnam offers a wide range of professionals needed to deliver web projects:
Differently from web developers, they are only specialized in mobile apps. Mobile developers typically focus on Java (for Android) and Swift / Objective-C (for IOS), but require an understanding of mobile design, XML, JSON, APIs and various platform-specific considerations.
They can construct system-level software, including desktop, web and mobile applications, database systems, embedded systems or others. You can also find developers with expertise in Java, PHP, Python, Ruby and other programming languages.
They make sure that the project looks, feels and works like it should. Tipically, designers will take responsibility for the user experience, and they have skills in user interface design, graphic and web design, art direction and information architecture, as a minimum.
They can offer multiple years of experience and a strong technical background to guide a production team. Also, with a moderate-sized team, the organization and oversight provided by a specialist project manager can pay dividends.
So, this is a basic overview of the availability of resources to offshore software development in Vietnam.
Also, we’ve recently written a substantial update to the specific types of developers are available in Vietnam. Head over to that article for much more detailed insight into the potential for an offshore software development team.
In conclusion, an offshore operation be a highly effective solution for software development companies, lifting margins and unlocking capacity to deliver on client requirements. Talk to us today if your company wants to make the move.