Turkey, your nearshoring destination.

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Tap Into a Competitive IT Work Force with Vast Potential.

With its mature, globally competitive IT industry, bridging between Europe and Asia, Turkey becomes the hottest spot for the nearshoring needs of the EU market.

Exceptional productivity and proficiency of Turkey’s computer science, engineering and technical experts, has proved its merit with an increase in the numbers of successful tech hubs, start-ups and unicorns each year.

Here are the leading benefits of outsourcing to Turkey:

Proximity to Europe

We know proximity is directly related to the ease of management of a project. Success comes easier when multidisciplinary teams understand each other and share the project goals. Furthermore, being in close time zones, and in range of short flights to main tech hubs like Istanbul lessen the overall risks.

Turkey presents a low time-difference outsourcing partner, offering as low as 1 hour lag between your core businesses in CET time zones and outsourced tasks. The overlap in work hours allows you to effortlessly conduct meetings between your outsource and core teams, and offers you great control and ease of communication. Furthermore its low cost of living, labor rates and cost of travel makes it a trivial task to stay on top of your project.

Consistent growth in cost-competitive IT talent

Being the “youngest country” in Europe, Turkey has more than 16 percent young population – over 13 Million people, showing the potential of the country in decades to come.

Turkey’s young population is an important contributor to labor force growth and has boosted the country’s rank over peer countries. Turkey has posted the largest labor force growth among the EU countries.​

Turkey boasts a jaw-dropping over 7 million students across more than 200 universities, poised to join the workforce in the coming years. Amongst 120 top scoring majors %45 are engineering branches. Furthermore, nearly all of them offer a comprehensive English education to accelerate the integration of the graduates into the global fields.

Turkey is the best in people skills and availability scores in Eastern European countries: ⁻ over 50.000 graduates from 129 State and 75 Private Universities, 727 private IT Centers over 300,000 employees working in IT sector.

%58 of IT specialists in Turkey with over 3 years experience are between the ages 15-34. Average asking wages of developers are less than 1/3rd of Amsterdam, Berlin & London, and highly competitive with Eastern European countries like Poland.

Rapid growth of foreign capital

Its diversified economy, entrepreneurial business culture and young and tech savvy population have been attracting significant investments from global players into Turkish startups, which have proven that their products and services are globally competitive when the local tech companies vaulted above the billion-dollar mark, a global marker for start-up success, drawing in billions of USD from foreign investors.

Trendyol was acquired by Alibaba, yemeksepeti.com was acquired by Delivery Hero. n11.com received investments by the SK Group. Getir, an instant-delivery app- spread throughout EU and States, and racked up 8 Billion USD in value.

The favorable ecosystem has been supported by the Turkish government’s continued consistent investment during the past few years, boosting Turkey’s ICT Market above USD 29.9 billion by 2021.

Familiar business culture

Turkey has long standing and historical ties, both cultural and economic, with Europe. Istanbul, the bridge between Europe and Asia, is a center of culture, art and tourism for Turkish people and Europeans alike. Turkish students are granted a forward-thinking education with universal values, and are encouraged to participate in student exchange programs like ERASMUS. Foreign languages are introduced to the curriculum as early as elementary schools, and educational facilities operating entirely in foreign languages are very prevalent.

Business culture in Turkey is no different.Turkish economy, well-integrated with both European and global economies, gives rise to workers who are both compliant and compatible with work ethics and discipline demands.

Moreover, Turkish Commercial Code (2012) aims to lessen the red-tape while increasing the flexibility in management and accentuate transparency. With the rapid increase of internationalization, corporate governance and social responsibility structures rose rapidly to ensure compliance with international financial reporting standards and ensure international confidence.

As a result of this, especially with the sharp rise of remote employment in recent years, Turkish IT specialists have proven themselves to be sought-after experts.