Who we are, what we do, how we do it, and everything else about us.
What is Turing?
We are a data-science-driven deep jobs platform helping companies spin up their engineering teams in the cloud at the push of a button. Based in Palo Alto, California, we are a fully remote company of 500+ people who help connect world-class remote software engineers with world-class companies.
What does Turing do?
We make the remote hiring journey easy and rewarding for both companies and developers. With Turing, companies can hire pre-vetted, Silicon Valley-caliber remote software talent across 100+ skills in 4 days. We also democratize opportunities for remote developers from around the world by offering them high-quality software jobs with top US firms.
How does Turing work?
Our Intelligent Talent Cloud uses AI to source, vet, match, and manage over 3 million developers worldwide. This, in turn, helps organizations save valuable time and resources as they build their dream engineering team in a matter of days.
Our customers come from diverse sectors like Banking, Finance, Healthcare, ITES, FMCG, Media and entertainment, and more. We have helped hundreds of organizations hire high-quality software talent on-demand. From Fortune 500 companies to fast-scaling startups, hundreds of organizations trust us to scale their offshore engineering teams effortlessly.
More than 1000 companies, including well-known, new-age companies backed by top firms like Google Ventures, A16Z, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, etc., have hired our pre-vetted developers.
With timely payments, consistent growth, and long-term opportunities, I am in a much better and happier place.
My financial health is stronger and I feel more productive and refreshed.
Working remotely has changed my life completely, I am able to fulfill my dream of being a digital nomad, and earning in dollars has made me live a quality life.
We now live in a remote-first world. Today, almost every tech company is a remote company, thanks to the enormous benefits that fully remote teams offer. Companies that have adapted to the remote work shift are now thriving and have a significant recruiting edge.
When companies go remote, they get access to a planetary pool of engineers versus recruiting from a small pool of developers who live near their headquarters. They are not only able to hire higher-quality talent but also retain them for a more extended period.
But becoming a remote-first company isn’t that easy.
Companies going for remote teams usually struggle with three things.
First, although it’s easy to source average developers, it’s tough to find Silicon Valley-caliber developers.
Second, it’s hard to evaluate and vet remote talent to figure out the best candidate. Organizations have a minimal idea about remote developers' fundamental skills and qualifications through a traditional CV. It doesn’t tell them enough about the foreign universities and the companies that a developer went to and worked for, respectively.