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Raisa Mathew
August 19, 2016

Considering Outsourcing Your Software Development? Go To Ukraine!

Raisa Mathew August 19, 2016

About Raisa Mathew

Raisa Elizabeth Mathew is a digital journalist, 360° engagement-centric content strategist and photographer. Her ideas and passion are kittens, social media and mobile. Web enthusiast and professional blogger since 2011, she contributes to a handful of the top technology and marketing websites around the world. She can be reached via Twitter as RaisaMathew

  • Tonya Yevtushenko

    Raisa, you have written a great article, one more thing to add is that development teams from Ukraine usually do not work just to develop a task, but ready to take the responsibility on their work and care about the results of the deliverables. There are more advantages we listed in the article here https://itechcraft.com/outsourcing-ukraine-company/ to add to the points you outlined.

  • Robert Davidson

    Great article! But when we talk about software outsourcing to Europe, the top 3 most attractive destinations are Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. Ukraine is also a great choice for outsourcing. Almost all European countries are known for providing highly-skilled labour and services of high quality. If you’re interested in this topic, you can find more information here: http://bit.ly/2mhIZnq

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