Bojana Krstić, Deputy Director of Holycode

Team Like One Big Family

This Belgrade-based nearshoring company is currently cooperating with 25 international clients

In just five years, Holycode has developed from a three-member team to employing almost 130 developers.

What was the founder’s vision when Holycode was launched in 2014?

Bojana Krstić, Holycode Logo– The founder’s vision was to show to other start-ups that through the development of the team working on their own project you can build a good, stable and reliable team that will contribute in the best way to the product development that they are involved in.

Holycode was established as an IT Hub and an intermediary between young educated people and promising projects from Switzerland and other parts of Europe with the idea of liberating clients of the burden of taking care of all administrative duties, procurement and supply and the support to employed developers. We take care of employee satisfaction on daily basis and we work like one big family.

What are all the services you offer to clients? What is so specific about your business model?

– We specialise in nearshore software development, therefore developers, when hired choose the position actually a client they want to work for. They are integrated within organisational structure of the client they have opted for, and then clients continue to view them as part of their own company, that is, one team works exclusively for one client from our remote offices. Our developers attend all the meetings and are involved in Holycode’s and clients’ decision-making processes. This model is being applied to all 25 clients we are currently cooperating with.

Apart from the recruitment and team organisation, we provide all the necessary equipment, teambuilding and business trip organisation and enable communication between remote teams and the clients. We monitor Holycode staff satisfaction as well as clients’ satisfaction. We also provide the possibility of organising customer support teams.


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