Nearshore Outsourcing Advantages
Thanks to our locations in Argentina and Peru, most of our clients are in very close time zones allowing them to have a much more active role than if their vendor were located in a far off location. We practice Scrum, best suited to nearshore outsourcing innovation, so you see the product as it unfolds. No surprises or missed delivery schedules.
This is particularly important when working with Agile which relies on real collaboration and creativity. Belatrix’s software engineers in Argentina and Peru embrace collaboration with a passion for helping clients achieve that next level of innovation.
Our main nearshore advantages are:
Time overlap and easy communication
Benefiting from close timezones means you enjoy simplified day-to-day management of your teams. Lima has the same timezone as the US east coast, and Mendoza is just 2 hours ahead of the US East Coast.
The similarities between Latin American culture/accent and other Western cultures help our team work seamlessly with your team. The culture in Peru and Argentina is well suited to taking the initiative (versus other cultures which tend to be more hierarchical).
It only takes a few hours to get to our offices from the US, and jetlag will be a thing of the past. There are no advance visa requirements for business travel from most countries.
Lower total cost of engagement
Easy real-time communication results in higher productivity and lower costs. Meanwhile ease of access means travel for onsite visits is cheaper and stress free.
And if that is not enough to convince you, we´re located in some of the most attractive cities in Latin America
While considering Latin America as your nearshore outsourcing destination also consider that you’ll be travelling to some of the most magical and attractive cities. Mendoza, at the foothills of the Andes was featured in the Financial Times as a place with an unparalleled potential for doing business and also one of the finalists in the New 7 Wonders and Top 10 Historic Cities to Visit by National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Peru, lying by the beautiful Pacific ocean is considered the New World’s Food Capital and one of the strongest and more stable economies in the region.