CloudDevs


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CloudDevs is a cloudDevs is a tech talent platform that offers pre-vetted freelance developers and designers for hire. Our highly vetted senior talent is matched to the client’s needs and is assigned from the same time zone within 24 hours.

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clouddevs.com ➜

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CloudDevs Product Features

CloudDevs helps startups and entrepreneurs find elite developers and designers to build their tech projects remotely.

We started CloudDevs because we felt startup founders had to go through many struggles in order to find good quality developers and designers they need to build their products. We strongly believe that the expense and time taken to hire top tech talent should not get in the way of initiating their projects. After spending years building a network of top-quality tech talent sourced from the Latin Ams, we launched CloudDevs as a platform that can offer the best in the business at unbeatable prices.

Over the last couple of years, we have sourced developers for over $15 million in projects. Unlike our overpriced competitors, we at CloudDevs offer flat and transparent pricing for our talent and we specialize in providing highly vetted senior developers and designers. This enables any and all aspiring entrepreneurs to get the wheels turning on their unique product ideas by hiring the most suitable talent within 24 hours. Not only do we ensure that our developers are ideally matched to the client’s requirements based on their previous experiences, we ensure that they are from the same timezone as the client.

CloudDevs Pricing

How does CloudDevs pricing work?

CloudDevs is a freemium product.

CloudDevs Pricing Tiers

CloudDevs has the following pricing tiers:

Rates are between 40 to 50 USD per hour for super senior talents with average of 7+ years of industry experience.

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