How to Find and Hire a Python/Django Development Company

We’re a Python/Django development company that builds software from scratch. We know what problems clients may face when looking for a deserving development team. We’ve been in business for eight years so far and can offer practical tips for choosing the best Python development team. Read on!

Where to start: Outsourcing Python software development

First and foremost, you should define your business goals and requirements not only in terms of project deliverables but also in terms of features, deadlines, and costs. Another important step is to choose an outsourcing destination. Here, the main criteria to be considered are agency rates, time difference, English proficiency, and cultural differences.

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We’ve analyzed the top outsourcing destinations based on Clutch data and the 2020 English Proficiency Index Report by English First. Here’s what we found:

COUNTRY

AVERAGE HOURLY RATE

TIME DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WASHINGTON DC AND …

TIME DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LONDON AND …

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

India

< $25-50

  • 9.5 hours

  • 4.5 hours

low

Ukraine

$25-50

  • 7 hours

  • 2 hours

moderate

Poland

$25-100

  • 6 hours

  • 1 hour

high

Argentina

$25-50

  • 1 hour

  • 4 hours

high

Philippines

$50-100

  • 12 hours

  • 7 hours

high

Brazil

$25-100

  • 1 hour

  • 4 hours

low

If your development team doesn’t have a good grasp of English, you run the risk of making the wrong product or not meeting the budget. Ways to overcome language barriers are numerous including providing language training, educating your team on cultural differences they may encounter, and using simple language. Also, you can find a reliable service for real-time and remote interpreting to speak to your team players in their own language. Yet the best way to overcoming a language barrier is choosing the right location that best fits your company’s language needs.

Another crucial thing is cultural differences. They have a huge impact on communication, interactions, understanding, interpretation, comfort, and productivity. Sometimes, cultural differences can be the biggest barrier to successful collaboration.

There are two generally accepted cultural aspects:

  • Low-context ─ emphasis on facts and words

  • High-context ─ focus on trust and emotions

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