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HYP3R Is Changing The Way To Build Remote Software Engineers

Updated: Sep 5, 2019

HYP3R, a new cutting-edge startup’s recently launched platform promises to bring an alternative way to hire remote software engineers from Latin America. If the road to success in business is paved by identifying pain points and solving them, then HYP3R is already on their way. Online job sites available to software engineers and those they connect with, tend to disregard the user experience of those who log into them daily. Upwork, which describes itself as “the world’s largest online workplace,” is a free-for-all of talent where software engineers can have difficulty standing out. Too much of the talent vying for jobs on these platforms drive down the value of the services they offer by bidding low. Low rates are generally an indication of second rate quality work. Amateur software engineers diminish a lot more than the brand credibility of sites they are on. They raise doubts that online freelancer platforms are legitimate ways to find top temp talent in general.



Businesses who rely on platforms to hire top freelancers have their own frustrations, a common one being that it’s a strategy that can make it difficult to properly forecast the quality of the work they'll get. The process of scrolling through hundreds of profiles can feel like a crap shoot. HYP3R is replacing the DIY aspects of searching for talent with an actual structure, thankfully. Cofounders Ricardo and Rafael, former freelancers themselves, are poised to bring a new and improved experience to businesses who hire remote software engineers in cities such as San Francisco who use their platform. Whether potential clients are looking for software development support, they'll be able to find it without the guesswork, HYP3R’s main objective being to personalize search for clients seeking dedicated remote software engineers.


One aspect that makes the HYP3R concept unique is that clients will have the ability to submit in-depth descriptions of their projects to a site specialist who will work in their behalf to match them with the software engineer who best suits their needs.


The Project Management elements that the HYP3R platform offers eliminate the hours, if not days it can take for clients to weed through thousands of profiles. HYP3R also promises to employ much higher recruiting standards for software engineers interested in offering their skills on their site.


“Our mission is to create a community of highly qualified software engineers to find projects they love. Our promise is to deliver high-quality products based on your needs. We stand behind every project and make sure we provide the superiority you need. Quality is in our DNA and it’s our top priority,” copy on the HYP3R website says.


With much of the online job domain inhabited by companies such as Linkedin that have huge brand recognition but negligible growth value, HYP3R strives to bring tangible improvements to how talent is linked with businesses who need it. A bread and butter sector that continues to fall short of engaging users to the extent that they need, HYP3R will aim to take market share from companies focused on platform design and features while ignoring negative feedback from users, which is obviously not a growth strategy. Giving users what they actually sign up for is, but Internet based companies in the job site sector, unfortunately, haven’t digested this yet. Few would disagree that HYP3R’s rethinking of how remote software engineers and employers interface is long overdue.


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