Xpertspool (a wordplay on experts pool) is a global outsourcing agency. They provide “Xperts” as they call their workforce to small and medium-sized businesses all over the world.
The company is headquartered in the US, and its Xperts are based across Nepal, India, and Bangladesh.
The company started operations around three years ago and is currently managed by three co-founders.
They have a management team based in the US and Nepal, and most of their workers are based from their offices in Nepal, India, and Bangladesh.
This enables Xpertspool to offer competitive rates while providing English-speaking workers that are well-versed in the culture and practices of businesses around the world.
What struck me was how thorough they are with their screening and hiring process. Each candidate goes through a series of screen tests, skill assessments, and physical interviews before being hired.
They only hire workers with 5+ years’ experience in their field, and they say all of their managers have more than 7 years’ experience.
Xpertspool provides a wide range of services, from content writing to mobile app developers. When I asked them who their target customers are, a member of their team told me they target agencies, start-ups, and SAAS companies.
Looking at their services, I can see a lot of their services and skillsets are around programming and design rather than general VA services.
Xpertspool says they have a pool of more than 500 workers. So, whatever your own remote needs are, it’s worth making contact to see if they have an Xpert with the skills you’re looking for.
How Xpertspool Works
If you’re interested in working with Xpertspool, their onboarding process follows a few simple steps:
1. Tell them your requirements
It starts with a call with one of Xpertspool’s project managers. They’ll help you identify areas within your business their team can help with, as well getting a better understanding of the culture within your organization.
2. Their project managers find you the “perfect Xpert”
Your project manager will find the best-suited Xperts from their pool of 500+ workers based on their conversation with you. They’ll narrow it down and send you a couple of profiles to take a look at.
3. Onboarding takes place
Once you’ve selected an Xpert you want to work with, you can start communicating with them via Slack and their in-house system.
You’ll also be assigned a dedicated manager as a point of contact. If you’re not satisfied for any reason within the first 7 days you can request a refund or a new Xpert.
Xpertspool only hires experienced Xperts that pass their screen and skill tests. They cover most tasks that can be completed remotely; such as web design, content writing, digital marketing, and so on.
To give you a better idea, they list some of their most in-demand Xperts as being in the following categories:
- Android Xperts
- Flutter Xperts
- WordPress Xperts
- React.js Xperts
- LAMP Stack Xperts
- Ruby on Rails Xperts
- Python Xperts
- React Native Xperts
Plans and Pricing
Xpertspool has a different hourly and monthly price for each of their services. There is a considerable saving if you opt for a monthly retainer, although it’s worth noting that their monthly plans are for 80 hours.
For example, you can hire a Python Developer for $30/hr, or pay a one-off fee of $1,250 for a month. They state that works out at $15.62/hr, which would mean you’re getting 80 hours of work.
That’s almost a 50% discount. If you have enough work to keep your Xpert busy that’s a very competitive rate.
Here is a complete list of their services at the time of publishing:
All plans come with a 7-day money-back guarantee.
If you’re looking for US-based workers, Toptal specializes in providing remote engineers and developers. They are more expensive, however, with prices starting at around $1,000 per week.
For companies offering similar rates, I recommend reaching out to virtual assistant companies in India, such as Ask Sunday and My Tasker.
Have you worked with Xpertspool? If so, please leave a review below to help others with their decision.