Nearshore Americas

Nearsure Lands in Dominican Republic

Latin America’s tech talent outsourcing company Nearsure has expanded into the Dominican Republic, opening an office in Santo Domingo.

The Dominican Republic is the 18th country in the region in which Nearsure has established a presence. The country has a significant number of multilingual IT professionals, according to the Los Angeles-based company.

“Nearsure’s decision to establish a physical presence in Santo Domingo underscores the company’s commitment to fostering local talent and creating opportunities for professionals in the region,” the company said in a press release.

Nearsure’s clients are mostly Canadian or American companies that pay the outsourcer a nominal fee or a percentage of their workers’ salary in exchange for the digital workforce they provide.

Nearsure provides a platform for clients to post jobs and evaluate individuals before hiring them. Clients can terminate these workers with 15 days’ notice.

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Nearsure’s clients include Crunchyroll, Criticalmass, Supreme Golf, Avetta and Blueport.

With experienced tech workers scarce worldwide, Nearsure’s business plan seems enticing. According to the outsourcer, it frees clients from the difficulties of finding and retaining talent, allowing them to focus on innovation and business development.

Narayan Ammachchi

News Editor for Nearshore Americas, Narayan Ammachchi is a career journalist with a decade of experience in politics and international business. He works out of his base in the Indian Silicon City of Bangalore.

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