150+ technical leaders trust Andela to solve their problems
When hiring managers say they want the best, they usually mean the best talent they can afford within a commuting radius of their office. The result: positions that take too long to fill at a cost most companies can’t afford. We’re here to help.
hours in interviews saved collectively for Andela partners
Average cost we save our partners in hidden hiring spend per year
Quality talent is more than just code: Both IQ and EQ are necessary when solving the world’s toughest problems. We take a data-driven approach to developing both hard and soft skills.
Our developer framework
Every Andela developer has both the technical skills and the people skills to solve problems and drive results. The Developer Framework is an Andela-wide standard that describes and delineates what success means at each stage of the developer journey.
Average months before a company hires more Andela devs
Average starting size of Andela dev team
We’re committed to continuous improvement
We make sure our developers are prepared for everything you might throw at them. Before joining your team, Andela developers spend six months making real-world contributions to our internal product teams, committing code and incorporating feedback from our senior engineers across five offices and four time zones.
skill checkpoints in first six months
hours pair programming
A data-driven approach to developing talent
During six months of onboarding, we track 1,000+ data points on each developer’s technical and professional skill set. We leverage that data to match them with the right partner.
We’re fluent in distributed work, but nothing quite replaces face-to-face interactions. That’s why our developers and partners meet in person at least once a year, preferably within the first 90 days of working together.
We’re consistently rated the #1 best place to work in Africa. With state of the art facilities, high-speed wi-fi, and a culture of curiosity and community, we attract and cultivate the brightest technologists on the continent.