An enterprising developer named Peter came to realize that he needed the help of
additional programmers to complete a project for one of his clients.
Peter told his client that he
could complete the project with the help of a team composed of some of the best developers in the
Peter called upon 300Brains to help and, using the technical support of the 300Brains team, he
selected the developers he wanted from the available “virtual bench” to join him as members of his own team.
Using the marketing and legal support provided by 300Brains, he prepared an offer for the client that
guaranteed him a minimum profit margin of 20%. Peter presented the team and the offer to his client, and he
assured them of having the opportunity to vet the team. The offer was quickly accepted, and work began shortly
During the project, Peter managed the team and had control over the execution of the work
and client relations at every stage. Every month, Peter issued an invoice to the client and received
renumeration for his team's work with an increase to cover his 20% margin. Within 14 days, he relayed
payment to 300Brains for the work of the team members provided by the company.
Thanks to his guaranteed
20% margin on the work of five programmers, Peter doubled his income. He was satisfied with the help of
300Brains, the availability of the developers and the lack of recruitment costs or fixed office and equipment
costs. At the completion of the project, the developers returned to 300Brains' virtual
Peter is now looking for more projects that he can implement in collaboration
with the team