In the initial discussions with the prospective client, we make it a point to understand and evaluate the project requirements, project complexities, as well as the volatility of the client’s business needs. Based on the project complexities and business volatility, we recommend an appropriate engagement model for the relationship to start.
The major concern in outsourcing is that of risk identification, and risk mitigation thereof. Our versatile and flexible engagement models provide our clients an opportunity to choose the appropriate engagement model and help in assessing risks and mitigating them. Broadly there are three engagement models that move from a low involvement, low control mode to a very high involvement, very high control mode. These are:
Offshore Development Center
In this model we can provide you with a team of full-time equivalent employees for your specific requirements on setting up an offshore development centre. You can choose to hire a single professional and then scale up to a full-fledged development centre.
This model allows you to get a predictable budget for your project and considerably low perceived risk. Fixed Price model suits best for clients who wants fixed price for fixed scoped project. Typically asked for by clients with less project requirement uncertainty and offered by us only when we have high clarity on the requirement.
Time & Materials (T&M)
With the time and material engagement model, your costs and schedule will vary depending on your specific requirements and on the complexity of your project. This gives you maximum flexibility and also allows you to make substantial revisions to your project even as it is being developed.