Building distributed and on-demand tech teams is an innovative concept for both businesses and freelancers alike, there are many issues to consider to ensure success is delivered for both parties.
Distributed’s market insights share key thought leadership pieces on themes central to the successful delivery.
CIOs, CTOs, HR, and business leaders need to consider different approaches and strategies to address the growing war for tech talent. On-demand workforce models allow companies to find top talent for hard-to-fill positions. For highly skilled workers, these arrangements allow talent to find a way to stay productive and in the workforce while also managing their work-life priorities
CTOs are struggling to recruit full-time staff and finding freelancers expensive and time-consuming to find. A better answer lies in a new idea: Elastic Teams.
UK-based Distributed, however, has just been awarded the Outstanding Reward & Recognition award from The Omnis for their outstanding work in bringing their teams together as a remote work hero.
Distributed beat out dozens of applicants from around the world for The Omnis’ first awards program, hosted by Omnipresent, that celebrates global teams that have adapted to a new normal of working remotely.
Emerging technologies are amplifying business’ demand for digital skills by up to 50% in Europe and the United States.
Distributed are running a live webinar "Accessing digital talent for your competitive advantage: introducing Elastic Teams" to show how digital leaders can access a highly-vetted global talent pool with speed, flexibility, security, and proven QA processes to deliver fully managed outcomes for their business.
BT Digital announces a £30m strategic investment and partnership with Distributed, providing access to on-demand Elastic Teams™ of technology professionals to its customers. The model allows BT to accelerate its digital transformation and innovation agenda by rapidly bringing together multi-skilled digital teams, enabling the business to build high-quality software faster and more efficiently.
Distributed has been chosen as a 2021 Red Herring Europe Winner.
Red Herring Top 100 Europe selects the award winners from approximately 1,200 privately financed companies each year in the European Region. Red Herring’s Top 100 list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring’s editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Alibaba, Facebook, Google, SalesForce.com, Skype, SuperCell, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube would change the way we live and work. Thousands of the most interesting and innovative companies have graced the Top 100 list over the years.