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We frequently get inquiries from outsourcing companies boasting of hundreds of developers ready to work on our projects at a moment’s notice. This collaboration, they claim, would enable us to focus on our “core business vectors and streamline [our] development process.” When one such company continued with repeated contacts, even after my polite rejections, I felt forced to lay it all out for them. Here was my response:
Hello [name redacted],
Polycot Associates is a worker-owned cooperative, in which each of our employees has an equal voice and benefits from the profits of our organization. If your company has a similar structure, then we might be open to discussing a relationship. However, if you are simply looking to source business to farm out to your team of 350+ developers, then we are not interested. Best of luck in your cold calling and please do not contact me again.
If you would like to know more about worker cooperatives, check out https://www.usworker.coop/about/what-is-a-worker-coop