About StorexWeb

What exactly is StorexWeb?

StorexWeb is a software development company that has spent the last decade building a community of motivated developers from around the world. Today, we provide our developers (individually or as a team) to companies that need help scaling or leading their development team.

How is StorexWeb different from other software development companies?

When compared to freelance developers, StorexWeb’s biggest differentiator is that you don’t have to be afraid that StorexWeb Teamers will leave your team a few months in to take on other projects. StorexWeb Teamers work for you for as long as you like, no matter how long that ends up being. That’s also why we don’t rotate developers. Some StorexWeb developers have been working with the same partner for years and are as much part of their company as they are part of StorexWeb.

Hiring StorexWeb Developers

How soon can StorexWeb developers join my team?

This can range from a few days to a few weeks and will mostly depend on your requirements.

Can you provide a team of developers?

Yes, we can. We’ve built teams that have dozens of developers for leading brands

How do you vet your developers?

Big question. Hiring extraordinary developers for our partners is our bread and butter. It’s what we have to be good at, else we wouldn’t exist anymore (tough market out there). But over the years, we’ve created a vetting process that allows us to provide you with high-quality developers consistently. That process starts with our incoming pipeline of applicants.

Where do you source developers from?

Everywhere. We’re not joking. The StorexWeb community has StorexWeb Teamers from over ten countries and growing. Italy, Syria, Egypt, you name it. StorexWeb has always firmly believed that talent can come from anywhere. When we’re looking for developers, we’re not looking for the best in your backyard. We’re looking for the best in the world.

Will I get a list of developer candidates to choose from?

We keep our form short so we can focus first on what you need. Once we’ve gained a better understanding of the challenge at hand, we’ll then discuss with our teams and put forth the best StorexWeb developers for your needs. So yes, you will eventually receive a list of candidates to choose from.

About Contracts

What’s your minimum contract length?

Ninety days.

Do you provide developers on a part-time basis?

Our developers normally join our partners on a full-time, fully dedicated basis. This being said, if you’re interested in building a long-term partnership that starts with part-time developers, we’re down to chat.

Other Questions

How do I know you’re sending me your best developers?

The best developers for you are those you’re supremely satisfied with. Delivering those developers is our primary objective. Once you have them in your team, we don’t swap them out unless you want us to. It doesn’t matter if you have a hundred thousand employees or four. We will always strive to send our best available developers to you.

Can your developers come onsite?

StorexWeb Teamers are remote developers and join StorexWeb because we’ve created one of the best remote environments. This being said, StorexWeb Teamers have in many instances come onsite to visit our partners. It’s something we very much encourage whenever possible and it can be arranged with proper notice and agreement beforehand.

What if a StorexWeb Teamer on my team underperforms?

Every single one of our partners has an account manager who’s there to understand your requirements and concerns. If a developer isn’t the right fit, the account manager will try to understand why and send you another developer who’s better suited for your team based on their learnings.

Do StorexWeb Teamers use their own hardware?

They do. But a few of our partners have shipped their hardware to StorexWeb developers, so they have tighter control over the security of the devices that StorexWeb Teamers use. This being said, StorexWeb Teamers are fully aware of the importance of cybersecurity and use password managers, VPNs on public wifis, and multi-factor authentication wherever possible.