Calling on a complete team, rather than putting one together, offers many benefits.
First, in terms of the team itself, each of the members is able to operate in an atmosphere of trust, which enables them to immediately focus on the project at hand.
Next, there is the digital service company. It is able to provide assistance while enabling its most inexperienced developers to grow within an operational team, thanks to the support provided by the lead developers. These young developers will be the lead developers of tomorrow, thereby forming a virtuous circle!
Last, and above all, there is the client. A team that knows each other already will come to the project running, with each member aware of their role and how to work with the others. The emulation produced by this cohesion will ensure greater involvement from all and, therefore, a significant productivity gain.
What’s more, management of the project will be simpler, mainly due to the fact that a single company will be accountable for its success. Through this lens, the relationship is not one of a supplier of resources, but that of a partnership, further strengthening engagement in the project (which will be mutual). Based on this stronger relationship, it will then be possible to later envisage more outsourcing and remote working.
A final and important point is that this team, having been formed in the industrialized environment of a service center, will be able to share its knowledge and project methodologies with the client and thereby help the client’s own teams to grow.
This is a win-win relationship if ever there was one!