Cordova Nearshore



CNS (Cordova Nearshore Solutions) was created to meet the needs of our customers across
the country.

The demand for high level technical talent has had an impact on our clients across the nation. CNS is a proven cost effective service businesses can utilize for crucial development projects, sunsetting demands, software maintenance, and high demand resource needs.

Cordova Nearshore Solutions can provide numerous benefits, including cost savings, access to a larger pool of talent, and improved communication and collaboration due to the proximity of the team. It can be an effective way for companies to scale their IT resources, while maintaining quality and reducing costs.

Our Process

1. Let's Identify Your Needs

Not every project or resource demand is best suited for CNS. However, when it's a fit it's a fit. For example:

  • Short term projects that place a high demand on current resources, but need delivered
  • Sunsetting technology that is not going away any time soon, but requires talent retention
  • Budget limitations for on shore contractors or FTEs
  • Challenges with offshore resources, such as time delay, retention, or communication

2. Select the Team

Our CNS teams are interviewed, referenced, and given skills assessments prior to being hired. Many of our contractors have been with us on several projects and proven resources with our clients. You have the opportunity to meet and screen all resources prior to the start of any engagement, to ensure they are a fit for you and your team.

3. Begin Work

Once the resource(s) have been selected, we will begin team onboarding. We will send necessary equipment and/or create the credentials for each consultant to access company systems.

Why Choose CNS

Highly skilled talent


Central time zone

Seamless integration with existing teams

Better retention rates

Short flight to and from Latin America

Cost effective

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