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How to Find a BI Developer for Half the Market Cost

With the current tax burden (67%), the real cost per developer would exceed $4000. There are also costs associated with motivation, training, and search for a replacement upon employee resignation, let alone costs for maintaining an office or coworking space (upwards of $300 per person!).
All things considered, it amounts to quite an impressive sum! We at Cobit Solutions identified this issue and have come up with a solution.

What does a typical ad for a BI developer look like?

It looks something like this:

 

  • Full-time;

  • Salary of up to $2500;

  • Guaranteed opportunities for professional growth, interesting projects, good management, and a young and enthusiastic team.

 

With that in mind, go to any job listings website and search for candidates with appropriate skills.

How many will there be? Twenty? Seven? Three?

Will their salary expectations match what is offered in typical job adverts?

 

What does that actually mean for the employer?

With the current tax burden (67%), the real cost per developer would exceed $4000, not to mention costs associated with motivation, training, and search for a replacement upon employee resignation, let alone costs for maintaining an office or coworking space (upwards of $300 per person!).

 

Imposing numbers, really. But BI developers can be indispensable.

 

We at Cobit Solutions learned of this issue from our customers. And as a solution, have developed outstaffing bundles that allow companies to cut the employee costs by nearly half.

 

On average, a developer actually works about 140 hours a month. These hours include the periods of trial and error, downtime, and attempts to navigate bureaucratic hurdles. In our experience, most companies do not have the workload necessary to keep a BI developer busy for the whole 140 hours.

We have run tests and determined that a team at Cobit Solutions working for 80 hours outperforms an on-staff developer that puts in the full 140 hours.

 

Multiple clients of ours have already opted to replace on-staff developers with outsourcing services from Cobit Solutions.

 

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Outstaffing packages

Effective‚Äč

$ 2500
  • 80 hours of BI Developer
  • BI system administrator
  • 10 hours of PM with financial experience (10 years in auditing and corporate reporting)

High Load

$ 4500
  • 140 hours of BI Developer
  • 15 hours of PM with financial experience (10 years in auditing and corporate reporting)
  • BI system administrator‚Äč

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