Zcoders makes quality programming accessible and affordable to small businesses and startups
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
A new website is connecting freelance programmers (also called freelancers) with companies and individuals who need interim assistance with programming projects.
Robert Dobyns, CEO of Conzortia Business Funding, Inc., the lead investor in Zcoders.com, says that the new service fills a supply gap.
"In the U.S., in particular, quality programmers are in short demand, having been snatched up by large corporations," Dobyns explains. "Companies who don't have dedicated programming staff are met with a difficult task when attempting to find & vet programmers for specific or limited projects. That's where Zcoders comes in."
Zcoders is simple to use. Companies and individuals post & describe their programming project on the site and list their anticipated budget for the project, as well as the time alloted for accepting offers from programmers. Programmers (known as Zcoders) then bid on the project and give an anticipated time for completion. The project owner peruses the qualifications of bidding Zcoders and their offers and chooses a winning bidder.
"Zcoders makes quality programming accessible and affordable to small businesses and startups and allows them to focus on their primary business", Dobyns lauds. "We're excited to be a part of this endeavor!"
To find out more about Zcoders, list a project or to register as a programmer, visit http://www.Zcoders.com