How Outsource works



How Outsourcing Works ?

Outsourcing is when a company hires another individual or company to perform a specialized task, whether it's making a product or providing a service such as human relations or information technology.Think of an individual homeowner, for instance, who needs his house painted. He could go out and buy paint brushes, rollers, scaffolding, ladders and insurance and then, take the risk that he can do a good enough job -- and not fall off the scaffolding! He'll also be stuck with the expense of purchasing all that equipment for a task that he only needs to do once every few years. Despite outsourcing having come into a lot of controversies in recent times, industry watchers predict that outsourcing as a business practice is on a growth mode. More and more companies are drawing up plans to outsource work to offshore locations. The trend is clearly in favor of outsourcing larger volumes of work. Vendors are moving up the value chain to include in their service offering a range of additional services that require greater skills, research support and expertise. As offshore vendors become more streamlined and improvise on the offshore outsourcing model, it is not difficult to see why outsourcing is here to stay. How outsourcing works:


Outsourcing Process

STEP 1

Get in Touch

  • You call us or fill our contact form
  • Our team calls you or writes back to you


STEP 2

Feasibility Analysis

  • Understand your requirements
  • Provide you a ballpark estimate on time and cost
  • Approval for detailed analysis
  • Requirements Analysis & Planning in Depth

STEP 3

Contract

  • Definite Pricing
  • Agreement on Deadlines
  • Contract (SLA/NDA)

STEP 4

Commence Project

  • Resource Allocation
  • Project Kickoff Meeting

STEP 5

Project Execution

  • Management & Control
  • Stage-by-stage Delivery
  • Constant Feedback
  • In-depth Testing / QC
  • Final Delivery

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