When you outsource software development, you essentially have three ways of working. You might need just one or two team members to round out your internal team's skill set, in which case you hire contract labor to get the job done. Or, you may wish to put your internal team to work on other things, so you outsource an entire project to a consulting firm. Lastly, you might mix the two models: hire an outside firm but involve your internal team members so that they can take over the project once the initial build is complete.
We encounter clients who, based on internal talent, budget, past experience, or short-term pain choose one of these paths. They may choose one today, and a different one next quarter. Their goal is matching the solution to their present need.
Our goal is serving our clients with fintech expertise, innovative thinking, processes that have been proven over time, and top-notch "extra mile" team members who know how to get the job done.
Therefore, we work across these models as needed to produce the results our clients depend on.
But there's one way we love working more than any other, and that's when we have the opportunity to embrace a project as a whole, apply our entire skill set to the project, implement the Core10 Way of software development, and knock it out of the park.
Why do we like this way so well? The short answer is because it's as rewarding to us as it is to our clients. Make no mistake, our clients' needs are paramount. Anyone in a services business better understand that, or they won't be in a services business very long. But interestingly, we've found that when we fire on all cylinders, what we produce is a superior product. And, our clients gain value they wouldn't otherwise have.
Our teams feel so rewarded when they are entrusted with a project by our clients because they to flex their creative muscles, solve tough problems, apply (and improve) our processes, and produce something they're proud of. It feeds our culture in a way that is self-sustaining and really can't be replicated any other way.
We welcome the opportunity to work with you in whatever capacity makes sense to you. We're eager to show you what we can do.