Hiring the right tech for a company can be a tedious task since the rate of developers is competitive. Some companies hire developers locally, but they have seen some disadvantages of it. As a result, they start looking for tech talents in the Philippines since the country has a massive number of talented and strong IT workforce.
Cloud Employee aids startup, small, or large companies in accessing the most suitable and highly skilled offshore PHP developers or PHP development team in the Philippines. They are also guaranteed to be reliable and client-oriented. The business process of Cloud Employee is easy. The company shall only provide their list of IT staffing requirements like the essential skills needed and years of experience. A custom search engine will be used to scan the qualified PHP developers who fit the given requirements and will check their availability. An account manager, who will guide the company throughout the process of forming the development team, will also be provided by Cloud Employee.
Cloud Employee will provide a pre-screened list of the Curriculum Vitae or the CV or portfolios of the qualified PHP developers. The employers shall review the CVs given to them to determine who will be interviewed. The employers will decide on how they will interview the developers. They can proceed with video interviews or they can give technical tests to assess the capabilities of the developers. From the initial interview, it is the choice of the employer who would they want to be part of their offshore PHP development team based from their performance. There will be no charge for the entire custom-recruitment process.
The hired PHP developers will work for their employers exclusively and will directly report from the offices in the Philippines with western on-site supervision. Their working hours shall also depend on the time-zone of the employer. The preferred tools and standards of their employee shall also be used. Cloud Employee will be responsible for the permits, license, payroll taxes, HR, and general administrator so that the employee can solely focus on building their companies.
Today, numbers of businesses run on-site or online, which is why developing a website is a standard necessity for businesses. Content Management Systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla! make it less difficult to set-up websites and online stores. They are usually built using PHP programs and they run on popular operating systems like Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. PHP also supports major web servers like Apache and IIS.
For a business whose online website runs on PHP-powered platforms, a skilled PHP developer is a requirement. A dedicated PHP developer with Cloud Employee can help employers manage CMS and e-commerce platforms like WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Joomla! and ZenCart, develop custom PHP web applications, do PHP-based product development services, test applications, support and maintain PHP-built applications and systems.
Cloud Employee helps companies hire offshore PHP developers who have broad range of skills and who are highly skilled on databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle, on PHPUnit testing framework, on web frameworks such as CakePHP, FuelPHP, Laravel, Phalcon, CodeIgniter, Slim, Symfony, Yii, and Zend, on e-commerce platforms like Magento, Shopify, and ZenCart, and on CMS such as WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal.
Employers should take note on why they should hire offshore PHP developers with Cloud Employee. They will have an access to the best PHP developers in the country and these developers are fully dedicated and will work on the same time-zone as their employers. In addition with that, there will be an After Care team to provide an on-site full client support to the employers. The employers will also be free of charge since there is no recruitment fee for the entire business process.
With Cloud Employee you can hire PHP developers with a broad range of skillsets: databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle; PHPUnit testing framework; web frameworks such as CakePHP, FuelPHP, Laravel, Phalcon, CodeIgniter, Slim, Symfony, Yii, Zend; popular CMS such as WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal; e-commerce platforms such as Magento, Shopify, ZenCart.