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Ease of Communication
In-house software developers work together every day. They understand the underlying principles of a project and have an invested interest in its success as employees of the company. Internal teams will already be familiar with workflow processes and procedures for providing feedback. With in-house development, there typically aren’t any language barriers to contend with.
With an in-house team, it’s easier to enforce QA standards in all aspects of development. Having your developers under one roof makes it easier to oversee the quality of individual tasks and ensure coding standards are met. Developing in-house also helps you keep track of compliance to ensure that PCI DSS and European accessibility standards are met.
A Good Culture Fit
In-house software developers will already understand the company’s culture and the reasoning behind their processes. There isn’t the same need for staff onboarding as there is with an outsourced service and developers can begin work straight away.