The need for high-quality software engineers continues to increase exponentially, outsourcing and more specifically nearshoring software development is expected to continue to grow.
The business prefers when their in-house teams are focused on R&D and business developement. It is often difficult to keep clear communication between remote and on-site teams. An onsite project manager helps with coordinating with the product owner and the team members.
It is essential to have a very clear scope when starting a project, as people will always try to creep things into the scope.
If utilized properly, pragmatic agile ensures clear practices of communication for team members because you are communicating continuously about project goals, setbacks and failures.
No project is immune to problems. The key is to communicate those problems as soon as possible and adjust expectations. This open communication is the key to successful partnerships.