Development teams in the
QUANTUM International Málaga S.L.
NEARSHORING IN THE MÁLAGA VALLEY
We find the best IT specialists where expertise, mentality and quality of work exceed the demands of corporations, medium-sized companies and top start-ups.
We guarantee our clients to build first-class IT teams faster than our competitors, at a lower price and with specialists connected to the company.
Nearshoring is the outsourcing of individual roles or, in this case, the outsourcing of entire projects. We prefer this method to onshoring because it is much faster and more cost-efficient.
We cooperate here with our sister company in Málaga, QUANTUM International Málaga S.L, which takes care of the recruitment and employment of the experts on site for us. The contact and billing partner for our German customers is the branch office in Munich.
Our customers benefit through potential savings with the same or better quality.
✓ You gain time through a faster recruitment cycle compared to building and maintaining an internal development.
✓ Through us, you have a German partner on site who accompanies you through the entire process.
✓ You will work with open, responsible and proactive teams in Málaga.
✓ These qualities have a positive effect on project progress and loyalty to the client.
The Málaga Valley is an innovative ecosystem on the southern coast of Spain. The most notable aspects are the Andalusian Technology Park(PTA), the University of Málaga(UMA), several smart city pilot projects in the city, high investments in research & development of the high-speed railroad, Club Málaga Valley and the optimal conditions for IT companies. For example, companies such as Accenture, Google, Ericsson, Huawei, IBM and Oracle have already been present with development sites for several years.
The Technology Park of Andalusia(PTA) was founded in 1995 and is one of the most important technology centers in Southern Europe.
The predominant sectors represented in the PTA are information technology in electronics, information, computer science and telecommunications along with engineering, consulting and advisory services.
In total, there are just over 600 companies that employ more than 16,000 people.
Just last year, the Technology Park of Andalusia (PTA) expanded its presence with 60 more foreign companies. The companies that want to establish themselves in Malaga come from the Europe, the United States and China.
Málaga has come to be known as the “Spanish Silicon Valley”. Also as a result, Malaga and its province have experienced an economic expansion in recent years that has far exceeded both Andalusian and Spanish growth rates.