One of the biggest contemporary challenges in the ERP market is the availability of IT resources, especially Dynamics 365 developers. High demand and scarce resources of the right candidates make the hiring process extremely difficult, time-consuming and expensive.
Markets and technologies are rapidly changing. ERP systems offer new functionalities answering the needs of digital transformation – this requires different coding competencies which usually are not so handy to employ permanently.
Moreover, it seems that there are certain periods of the peak needs for the development force: the need significantly grows during the implementation or update of the system or any more voluminous functionality. However, the need lessens as soon as the system is launched, the functionalities work, and the maintenance requires much fewer resources.
That’s why more and more companies hire the Dynamics 365 developers as per need, thus saving a lot of HR workers’ time, nerves and company’s money.
The benefits of outsourcing
There are lots of opinions and reasons, but most of the executives in the IT field sometimes face the challenges of the HR resource management, and would not argue that in some cases the outsource is more effective and cheaper way of filling the employees‘ temporary competency gaps.
Let‘s talk about the flexibility for the work volume, resource staffing, salaries, motivation and retention. And, of course, the continuous competency training which is unavoidable and mandatory in these tech-spurt times.
When to consider offshore Dynamics 365 developer?
So, when is it the best time to consider the dev resource outsourcing? Let‘s be straight – when you answer Yes to at least one of the questions below:
- Is it hard to find the right dev competency in your organization?
- Do you need a specific dev competency for a limited time?
- You have a project, which requires a higher dev workload than usual?
- You have extra projects, but don’t want to hire extra staff?
Don’t waste your time and money – reach out to Microsoft partner and think about your business but not about dev resources problems.