Scale your development with nearshoring in Poland
Nearshoring is the movement of labor to a country with lower costs of living, but within a geographical and cultural community. With advantages regarding time differences, culture, language, political situations and more, nearshoring is today's smart alternative to offshoring.
ProData Consult's office in Warsaw and Krakow offers full-service nearshoring in Poland, where we manage entire projects and provide consultants, offices and hardware. We also offer delivery on a time and material basis to companies with their own nearshore office in Poland.
Benefits of nearshoring in Poland
Do you need to scale the number of your IT resources for greater flexibility and lower costs - without compromising quality? Our nearshoring departments in Warsaw and Krakow, Poland specializes in servicing European companies with different outsourcing models.
Nearshoring in Poland with ProData Consult offers:
- Quick and significant cost reductions
- Scalability and easy access to top-level IT resources and core competencies
- IT consultants with advanced English proficiency and compatibility with Scandinavian culture
- Adaptable, flexible and seamless integration
- Short travel distance
- Competitive prices
For companies looking to move their IT activities, Poland is a compelling choice. With over 15,000 new IT engineers graduating annually, Poland has become a leading IT hub, offering some of the best IT resources in Europe.
Poland is also an EU member and part of Schengen, so there is no need for work permits or visas, and information such as production data can be freely exchanged with other EU countries. Warsaw and Krakow is conveniently located in the Northern European time zone, and our common European cultural background makes it easy for Poles and Scandinavians to work together. That makes moving your IT operations to Poland much simpler, while providing great scalability and flexibility.
ProData can help you to take advantage of nearshoring's benefits today with a customised nearshore model in Warsaw or Krakow, Poland.
Experience ProData Consult Nearshoring in Poland
"Completely in line with Danish consultants"
Nordic Aviation Capital:
Completely in line with Danish consultants
We have in-house developed an IT system that drives the management of the business and in line with our growth, we need a lot of new functionalities. In this context we were going to recruit IT developers, but we had difficulties finding candidates with the correct skills and level of quality required.
I was familiar with ProData Consult’s near shoring concept and went to Warsaw to examine whether it was an option. I must admit that we were a little skeptical, because we had previously had bad experiences with outsourcing to the East.
However I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. The process has been professional throughout. We were presented with three candidates that completely matched our needs - and more. The consultants came to Denmark and joined us for a week, and then went back to the ProData Nearshoring center in Warsaw, Poland, from where they now work for us, and it all just works, really well.
The ProData Consult Pololand consultants have extremely high skills and are completely in line with Danish consultants - if not a tad better. They are hard-working, good at coming up with constructive suggestions and are very proactive and agile.
In addition to the consultants' high level of expertise, there is also an economic advantage as I can get 2:00 to 3:00 resources for one in Denmark. And another great advantage is that it is in the same time zone so that we can maintain close communication on daily basis via video conferencing.
It is also clear that ProData has many skilled resources available in Poland, so the client always has a good selection to choose between.
The partnership and the process are just complete and professional. There is no wasted time, and it just works. Initially, the plan was to use near shoring service as a temporary solution to deal with a backlog of important projects, but as it looks now, it could be a permanent solution for us. It runs well and even better than expected.
Mads Krog Jensen
ProData Consult's reception in our nearshoring office in Warsaw, Poland
IT consultants at the office in Warsaw
ProData Consult's headquarters in Warsaw, Poland
IT consultants at ProData Consult's office in Warsaw, Poland
IT consultants coordinate the day's work
CEO Mariusz Grajewski, ProData Consult in Poland, coordinates with the HR team
Coordination meeting with ProData Consult's administrative staff
A look inside with a consultancy team
HR workers at the interview with an IT consultant to qualify him for the job
Consultants holds video conference with the client
Consultants coordinate with the Project Manager
IT consultants coordinate the day's work
KMD's experiences with Nearshoring in Poland
KMD began using ProData Consult's Nearshoring service in Poland in autumn 2014. Michael Anders Christiansen is Senior Project Manager in KMD and handles the daily management of ProData Consult's Nearshoring consultants in Warsaw.
"In my project in KMD, the team needed to be expanded by another five developers and two testers. Based on my
skill requirements, ProData Consult delivered 17 consultant CVs and their HR department then coordinated two tightly-packed days of interviews of all candidates in Warsaw. One of the candidates dropped out, but our expectations for qualified candidates were fully met and I am extremely satisfied with the entire process.
ProData Consult also handles all contract work on behalf of KMD.
Afterwards, all ProData consultants came to Denmark for two weeks to be introduced to the project and get to know the Danish team and vice versa. Unfortunately, one of the consultants was not notified that the meeting was taking place in Copenhagen, so he showed up at ProData's office in Warsaw. However, ProData made sure he was in Copenhagen the next day. The most important thing for me is that both teams can be merged into one team with no obstacles to daily work in terms of phone calls, chats, Lync meetings, etc.
I have really enjoyed ProData's professionalism in providing highly qualified consultants. Both on a technical/professional level and also on a personal level. After just a few weeks, I have already seen that the close cooperation is working and there is no distinction between the nationalities in the team.
ProData Consult has since requested follow-up at two meetings regarding progress and expectations for future cooperation. I am very satisfied with the way ProData makes sure the customer is satisfied with the results."
Michael Anders Christiansen
Senior Project Manager
What are outsourcing, offshoring and nearshoring?
Outsourcing is the practice of transferring certain business functions or activities to a subcontractor located in the same country or abroad who can perform these activities at lower cost. Tasks can be moved "offshore" to a distant country, or "nearshore" to a nearby country.
Within the IT industry, companies can outsource IT projects, IT resources or the overall operation, maintenance and security of their IT systems and data.
Typically, activities are outsourced to help companies focus on their core competencies, become more competitive or reduce costs. By using a supplier that specialises in a particular activity, for instance, the work can be performed more efficiently - saving you time and money.
Outsourcing can also help you to manage order fluctuations, ensuring that you make full use of your in-house capacity. And for some companies, outsourcing offers an alternative to investing in their own production system. That can reduce capital ties and risk, so you won't be left with a loss-making production or resource unit should business conditions change negatively.
For some companies, outsourcing offers an alternative to investing in their own in-house production system, reducing both your risk and capital ties. Should business conditions change negatively, you won't be left with a loss-making production or resource unit. Outsourcing can also help you to manage order fluctuations, ensuring that you make full use of your in-house capacity.
Whether you're interested in cheaper production or increased flexibility, outsourcing may be the right move for you. If you don't have experience with international cooperation, using a Danish company that specializes in doing supplier work abroad for other Danish firms is highly recommended.
Offshoring is the practice of relocating a company's processes, tasks or projects to another country which lies outside the coastal area. Typically, companies offshore to India, China or other countries in Asia, where the cost of living is significantly lower.
Nearshoring refers to the outsourcing of manpower or activities to a country with lower costs but located within a geographical and cultural community. Advantages of nearshoring include smaller time differences, shorter travel times and greater cultural and political similarities.