Hiring an in-house development team is a huge investment, and it’s difficult to scale.
Finding great candidates takes time, training, onboarding, and getting them up to speed on your products and services. You need documented processes and functional systems. For most companies, building this out takes years and employee turnover dramatically impacts this timeline.
In addition to all of this there’s more competition than ever before racing to develop a similar product.
Hiring an entire development team in-house is simply not the best first move for a lot of SaaS companies who need to get to market quickly and start growing immediately.
Most companies fight a never-ending struggle with talent gaps, especially those who try to build an in-house growth team before they are growing at a meaningful, sustainable, and scalable rate.
Give customers, prospects, and your team the confidence that your product roadmap is accurate, so you can start working on the next big release.
You can backfill your team and eventually bring the entire growth team in-house with proven systems and processes the new in-house team can model.