Business is all about making money. Whether it's planning stage, active development, or the growth period, your company will always take a look at how much profit it can bring in. This ever-present factor is what sets the pace for a project from the very beginning: the funding amount is the stepping stone and needs to be used wisely. And the dedicated team
is arguably the no.1 pick in terms in offering the best value for its cost.
First, you don't have to pay for the office, which saves a lot of money and it's not only about rent. Its maintenance often costs pretty penny: paying for security, janitors, an office manager, and equipment is what can suck any venture dry.
You are also free from having to acquire top-notch processing and network hardware—the essential tools for all kinds of programming, not to mention their constant upgrade, supply, and repair. One powerful desktop can cost the monthly salary of a senior developer, and it's risky to make such investments before the project has even started.
On top of that, hiring is no longer a luxury—you don't need a costly department for this purpose, all the onboarding is a part of the service. Being able to halt the contract is also what can save large sums of money if needed.