Offshore Development Center in Poland

Build a professional outsourcing center in Europe with ODC

Benefits of building an Offshore Development Centre in Poland

One of the best value vs cost offer in Europe

Over 200 000 engineers

According to a 2020 report from the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, the IT sector in Poland employs over 200,000 people.

Affordable salaries

According to Payscale, the average Net salary for an IT professional in Poland is around $1,800 to $3,900 per month.


Poland has a strong reputation for having a high-quality IT workforce, and many US companies have chosen to outsource here.

Cultural proximity

There is a cultural exchange between Poland and the United States, with many Poles studying or working in the United States and vice versa.


Poland became an economic leader in the region thus attracting a highly qualified workforce from neighboring countries.

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Advantages of cooperation with ODC

The offshore development center in Poland
  • No recruiting fees

    You do not pay commissions for the recruitment and management
  • No salary taxes

    You do not pay social security tax and other taxes for our remote developers
  • No operational costs

    You do not pay for extra facilities and utilities when you hire our remote developers

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Most demanded developers for your projects

Set up an Offshore Development Centre with highly-qualified developers in Poland
  • Backend developers

    Offshore backend developers with Java,, C#, Python, PHP, SQL, and Node technology background
  • Frontend developers

    Offshore frontend developers with Angular, JavaScript, React, Vue, TypeScript, HTML, CSS technology background
  • Mobile developers

    Offshore mobile developers with Java, Kotlin, Swift or Objective-C, React Native, Xamarin, and Flutter, PWA technology background
  • UI & UX designers

    Offshore UI and UX designers with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, Adobe XD, Figma, and InVision technology background
  • Project and product managers

    Offshore product owners and project managers with Scrum, Agile, and Waterfall methodology background and Asana, Trello, Jira, and Microsoft Project knowledge
  • DevOps

    Offshore DevOps engineers with Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, Terraform, Ansible, AWS, Azure, and GCP technology background

How to start a development center in Poland

Building an offshore development center in Poland with us
  • 1

    Send us your request

    Send your request with as much detail as you have and get ready for the call
  • 2

    Conduct a call

    Make an online meeting with our sales team to discover the demand
  • 3

    Get your offer and the contract

    Receive the offer tailored to your particular needs. Negotiate and sign a contract.

Frequently asked questions

Please reach out to us on the Contact page if you cannot find an answer to your question.
  • Question:
    What are the benefits of an offshore development center in Poland?
    Some of the most essential benefits a company gets are:
    1. Cost savings: One of the main advantages of an ODC is that it can provide significant cost savings compared to hiring in-house developers or contracting with a local development firm. This is because labor costs are often lower in countries where ODCs are located.
    2. Access to a larger pool of talent: ODCs can provide access to a larger pool of skilled and experienced developers, as well as specialized skills that may be in short supply in the home country.
    3. Flexibility: An ODC can provide a company with greater flexibility in terms of scaling up or down its development team as needed.
  • Question:
    What are the cons of offshore development centers?
    1. Communication challenges: One of the main challenges associated with ODCs is communication. Language barriers, cultural differences, and time zone differences can all make it difficult to effectively communicate with the ODC team.
    2. Varying time zones: Coordinating with team members located in different time zones can be a challenge and can cause delays in project completion.
    3. Dependence on a single location: The company's business continuity can be at risk if the ODC is located in a region prone to natural disasters or political instability.
  • Question:
    What other destinations for an offshore development center exist?
    1. Philippines: The Philippines is becoming increasingly popular as a destination for ODCs, thanks to its English-speaking population, and its large pool of skilled IT professionals.
    2. Eastern Europe: Countries like Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, and the Baltic States are becoming popular destinations for ODCs as they have a strong pool of IT professionals and lower labor costs compared to Western Europe.
    3. Latin America: Countries like Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile are also becoming increasingly popular destinations for ODCs due to their lower labor costs and growing IT industries.
    4. Southeast Asia: Countries like Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia are gaining popularity as ODC destinations, offering a combination of lower labor costs, and a growing pool of IT professionals.

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