DCNEARSHORE is a software development firm based in El Salvador and Brazil who offers global organizations Software Development Augmentation and highly-trained and monitored Engineering Teams who all speak fluent English.
Connecting two big talent pools of talent in Central and South America, they have established long-term partnerships with businesses across several industries, including Real Estate, Ads Tech, Cybersecurity, and Communications.
Their core strengths lie in operating autonomous engineering teams and providing top-notch staff augmentation services to the US and around the world.
According to Luis, “We take pride in our ability to deliver successful outcomes for our clients, which is evident from our track record of successful exits and millionaire acquisitions. For instance, we were instrumental in MortgageCEO’s acquisition by EllieMae in 2014 and more recently, Sprout’s acquisition by giant WeedMaps in 2021. These achievements are a testament to our expertise and commitment to delivering results for our clients.”
- Staff Augmentation which allows organizations to scale up and fill any skill gaps by augmenting their existing staff with DCNEARSHORE’s senior developers. This allows clients to remove the complex operations of recruiting, retention and management of talent from their plates.
- They also provide high-quality and Fluent English Speaking Teams of Software Engineers that consistently deliver value to production. The firm is known for helping clients reach their tech goals with proven results and documentation that save clients both resources and time.
5-Star Recommendations Include:
“We are happy with DCNEARSHORE’s services. The team has surpassed the firm’s expectations and made progress across tasks. Their resources are truly detail-oriented and high-quality. They manage the project solidly through Slack and GitHub. They deliver scripts and fix bugs extremely quickly.” Joe Constantini CTO, Phosphorus Cybersecurity Inc.
What Makes DCNEARSHORE Services Stand Out
- Time Zone Compatibility. DCNEARSHORE works in the same time zone as the United States, enabling them to offer quick response times to meet each organization’s unique business requirements in a timely manner.
- Cultural Affinity. Their team operates on the same continent, giving DCNEARSHORE a similar cultural fit and an understanding of specific mindsets and behaviors that allows them to effectively communicate with their client’s team.
- Communication and Accessibility. DCNEARSHORE prioritizes these values within their company and encourages their teams daily to ensure smooth collaboration with clients.
- Leadership and Technical Competence. Their specialty is hiring talent with strong software development skills and the capacity for leadership to ensure that they always deliver top-quality work.
- Bilingual Engineers. All of DCNEARSHORE’s collaborators are bilingual and speak FLUENT English to eliminate communication barriers and ensure seamless collaboration.
- Attention. DCNEARSHORE is the perfect mix of an experienced company that has held on to its start-up grit. They are both sophisticated and experienced enough to tackle any project, but intentionally remain small enough to be flexible, so they can always give their full attention to their clients.
- Flexible Contracts and Agreement. Offering flexible termination options, engagement lengths, and rates, they meet each organization’s specific needs and goals.
About Luis Madrid
Luis Madrid is a 34-year-old Salvadoran businessman and entrepreneur, passionate about technology and software development.
He embarked on his journey in this field when he started as a software developer in 2007 and later founded the DCNEARSHORE in 2012.
With over a decade of experience, Luis has established a significant presence and is known for having an extensive track record of success in the industry.
DCNEARSHORE manages the challenging world of “software engineers” for their clients.
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