Software Outsourcing in Macedonia

What are the factors that make Macedonia the best destination for your software outsourcing and staff expansion needs? The lowest wages in Eastern Europe, a large pool of qualified IT experts, and a perfect business climate are some of the elements. With its years of experience in the field and its sophisticated methodologies, Axeltra is your perfect partner for forming both long- and short-term partnerships in the region.

Axeltra always considers its customers integral members of the development team. With the expertise acquired from our extensive knowledge of agile development, we have formed a distributed development process and identified the following key ingredients which we incorporate in all our projects:

  • We hire highly skilled professionals
  • We adapt the organization’s structure to support distributed development
  • We facilitate staying in close contact with the customer
  • We remotely manage, negotiate, and deliver all projects

As an outsourcing vendor, we offer our expertise, know-how, and capabilities to help you plan, design, develop, and execute a fully customized software project.

We want to be flexible enough to meet all of your needs. We offer a full range of offshore outsourcing services that are defined as broadly as possible. You need custom projects, and we’re able to adapt.
Most of our offered services are divided into:

  • Client Exclusive Team formation and management
  • Software application development
  • Mobile application development
  • Technology consulting
  • Support and maintenance
  • Project management

Combining these with Axeltra’s capabilities and know-how on one hand and our agile theory development practice on the other makes for a powerful integrated outsourcing service.

The agile theory is a method for working on projects that allows greater customer-client interaction, deeper collaboration, and a more relaxed and creative working atmosphere. The main postulate is that the project requirements change during the process and it is impossible to define them in the beginning accurately.

For methodology and best practices please consult the following articles:

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