Outsourcing development to India

Outsourcing development to India

If you are considering outsourcing development to India then keep reading. Whether you have an IT or software development project or are looking for staff augmentation then India has a lot to offer. Due to its location in southern Asia it is a popular location for offshore outsourcing.

Offshore suppliers in India have the key skills and experience for top projects in Blockchain, AI, Machine Learning ML, Augmented reality AR, virtual reality VR, websites,  mobile applications, desktop applications, API and serverless, Business Intelligence (BI) and data analytics, embedded and IoT (internet of things) .

The Hackerrank 2020 survey shows developer salaries in India are on average 58% of the equivalent in the UK, and developers from India scored well in the world in their challenges and report on Best Developers in the World.

Indian tech services are predicted to reach $300 billion revenue by 2025. Currently the sector generates 27% of the nations export and employs 4.4 million people. With potential growth of 2-4% per year over the next 5 years it could reach $300 billion.

The CMMI Capability Maturity Model Integrated is a model that has 5 levels that represent the maturity of a process in a software development company. The levels go from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest) and is a standard that is known worldwide with very few companies reaching the pinnacle of level 5. In India there over 60 companies at this peak level using the CMMI scale.

India is ranked 5th in the world for the number of companies having the ISO9001 quality management certification.

In 2016 AT Kearney’s GSLI index rated India as number one out of 55 countries in three categories

India and COVID

According to NASSCOM then 98% of large companies in India reported minimal (1 to 3%) impact on productivity due to COVID, and 90% of medium sized companies reported the same. 82% of Tech organisations have enhanced insurance for COVID cover for employees and 70% are sponsoring the cost of vaccination. 90% have a dedicated covid-19 response team and 50% are exploring having a vaccination center in their premises.

Despite COVID there is a strong view for the rest of 2021, with 89% planning to increase their workforce, and 56% increasing their workforce by more than 5%. Remote and hybrid working are the new normal with 92% of businesses considering hybrid working after the pandemic.

Some Basic Information and Facts on India

Information on outsourcing development to India, Delhi, Noida, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, Mysore, Kolkata

India has a population of 1.38 billion people. India produces 3.1 million graduates every year.

Hindi and English are national languages and the capital is New Delhi.

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The Indian national flag is a horizontal tricolour, in the centre is a blue wheel symbol.

India time is UTC + 5:30 hours.

There is no adjustment for DST

The Indian rupee is the official currency of India

Currency code INR

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