Vyacheslav Vanyulin, CEO of Auriga Inc., a custom software development services provider, has recently been interviewed by ModernCTO Podcast. The discussion covered choosing the right software outsourcing company, building relationships with clients, and dealing with labor market issues. The episode has come out in August 2021. Vyacheslav Vanyulin is a system-level and embedded software development professional with 25 years of experience in the field. He evolved from a software engineer to the CEO of Auriga Inc., an international software outsourcing provider with 600+ employees in seven development centers worldwide.
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In the interview, Vyacheslav shares his views on choosing the best software outsourcing provider based on his solid experience in the domain. Dwelling on the criteria for the selection, Vyacheslav explains why the size and values of a potential partner are essential. He also contemplates the difference between outsourcing and outstaffing; reveals how Auriga succeeds in overcoming the obstacle of a poor software developers’ labor market; describes a good, dedicated team; and explains why partnerships with clients are vital.
“Now that the market is inundated with software outsourcing vendors of different kinds, it becomes more important to know how to make the right decision. I know this choice is not a piece of cake because one should take into consideration several different parameters, from the size of the potential partner to the quality of the team they offer.” – Vyacheslav Vanyulin, Auriga’s CEO.
Listen to Vyacheslav Vanyulin on our YouTube channel. To dive more into the topic, check out our latest article on choosing a software outsourcing provider, “Big or Small? Provider Size in Custom Software Development.”