Imagine this: you have an amazing idea for a new software application. It could be a small, specialized tool for business, or it could be a social media platform that attracts millions of users. Regardless of what kind of application it is, the question is: how are you going to turn your idea into reality?
You’ll need a development team, of course, but more importantly, you’ll need to decide if you’ll have your developers work in-house, or if you’ll outsource them. This decision can make all the difference in the world as to whether your idea will fail or succeed.
Unfortunately, there’s no cut-and-dried way to tell if in-house development or outsourcing is right for you. It all depends on what your objectives and your project requirements are. So let’s take a moment to lay out the advantages and disadvantages of choosing one development path or the other.