#1 When you have a small, short project
Test out the idea of using a remote team on a small project. Perhaps something that you’ve been meaning to get around to, but just haven’t had the time or resources.
#2 When you don’t want to spend time or resources hiring someone
Many developers are expensive to employ full time. If your current team is small, or you don’t have use for a full time developer, a remote team is the ideal solution.
#3 When you want to start work right now
Employing an in-house developer is time consuming. If your requirements have a deadline, an external team that’s ready to go will be your best solution.
#4 When you want quality
Remote developers create higher-quality products. Why? Because Jan isn’t stopping by to tell them about her weekend upstate. Remote teams have no distractions, other than those that are planned.