With the advent of 21st century technology, a new trend has emerged: the outsourcing of software and IT development. The software industry was quick to realize that it stood most to gain from outsourcing. However, it was not until the most recent advances in information and communication technology that this has become possible. Functions that were conducted in-house are increasingly being outsourced as traditional concerns with monitoring and control are resolved. Firms realized that they needed to deliver professional, world-class quality, on-time work at cost effective prices. Rational Technologies was established to meet this need. Along with its own development team, Rational serves as a platform for a number of Bangladeshi software firms with different areas of expertise. Whatever your requirement, we have the experts for it.
Rational Technologies Ltd. excels in providing software solutions to foreign clients, primarily in N. America and Europe. Rational’s directors and representatives in Canada, USA, UK, Switzerland and Australia promote Bangladesh’s software industry in those countries. They seek out clients who are interested in outsourcing their software development functions to third-world countries. Rational also provides software development services to a select clientele within Bangladesh.
As mentioned already, Rational serves as a platform for small software firms and independent contractors. These developers perform client work, with Rational ensuring the smooth completion of all work to the satisfaction of both sides. Rational also ensures that all work meets client requirements and is completed in a timely manner.
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