Offshore mobile developers with Java, Kotlin, Swift or Objective-C, React Native, Xamarin, and Flutter, PWA technology background
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How to Start a Development Center in the Philippines
Building an offshore development center in the Philippines
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Get your offer and the contract
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Frequently asked questions
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Is there a cultural proximity between the US and the Philippines?
The Philippines has a strong cultural alignment with Western countries, making it easier for offshore teams to work together. The Philippines has a high proficiency in English due to its history as an American colony and the language being taught in schools. Many Filipinos are fluent or have strong proficiency in English, making it easier for them to communicate effectively with clients and teams from English-speaking countries. This is a key advantage for companies looking to build an offshore development center in the Philippines.
What are the cons of hiring a software developer in the Philippines?
There are some cons that we believe can be eliminated if duly managed.
Time Zone Difference: The Philippines is in a different time zone than many countries, which may make it difficult to coordinate and communicate effectively with offshore teams.
Infrastructure: Although the Philippines has good infrastructure, there may still be some challenges such as power outages or internet connectivity issues that can impact work.
Different work culture: The work culture in the Philippines may be different from what companies are used to, which may take some time to adjust to.
Legal and Regulatory Challenges: There may be legal and regulatory challenges that companies need to navigate when hiring in the Philippines. It's important to seek professional guidance to ensure compliance with local laws and regulations.
What do you need to consider when starting an offshore development center in the Philippines?
Labor Laws and Regulations: It's important to familiarize yourself with Philippine labor laws and regulations, including minimum wage rates, working hours, and benefits.
Cultural Sensitivity: Understanding and respecting local culture and norms is important when working with offshore teams in the Philippines.
Contract and Agreement: A clear contract and agreement that outlines the terms of the project, payment, and expectations should be established to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts.
Communication and Collaboration: Having clear communication and collaboration strategies in place is crucial to ensure smooth and effective working relationships with offshore teams.
Quality of Life: Consider the quality of life in the location where the offshore team will be based, including access to housing, healthcare, and other essential services.
Legal Support: Seek professional legal support to ensure that you are in compliance with local laws and regulations and to avoid any potential legal issues.
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