IT Outsourcing Made Safe for European SME’s

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A new service allowing companies to outsource their projects to Freelance professionals worldwide has launched in Europe. Using a unique stock-market style tracking system it allows IT professionals to be valuated according to objective guidelines - removing the risk of project failure and maximising ROI.

A new service rolling out Europe wide will be offering affordable IT outsourcing services for Small to Medium size Enterprises through an international network of freelance professionals, operating in a self regulating and flexible eBay-style job-market system. has created an open marketplace that ensures value for money pricing on services offered by freelance IT professionals. Through a carefully planned tracking system which measures freelancer performance much like a stock or share is valued, can give a potential employer more than enough information to make a sound business decision.

At the core of the system is the open-market strategy and fundamental economic problem: the lack of perfect information – a company wishing to outsource an IT project will be presented with masses of options online, from outsourcing to India to sending the project to the farthest reaches of Nicaragua. Unfortunately for the company, they must rely on information provided by the vendor to justify the pricing and work quality offered.

At the shoe is on the other foot – freelancer’s work is rated by employers on carefully balanced psychometric scales designed by psychologists. Their pricing performance with regard to sticking to budget is double checked and measured over time as a statistical ratio.

Five separate psychometric scales are used to generate a Customer Satisfaction Index which is used to help rank freelancers against one another, giving potential employers a clear picture of the value-for-money they can expect to get from any particular professional.

The system was designed around stock-valuation and Human Resources Techniques: investors require objective and balanced information to make an investment decision, and so our freelancers are carefully measured to give adequate 3rd party information to help a potential employer make a decision.

Naturally, the human aspect of this business is not ignored, freelancers are given the opportunity to upload a CV and add information to their profile extolling their virtues and skill set – balancing the measurement system with a subjective chance for freelancers to shine.

More information on the aims and goals of can be found at the following URL:


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