Frequently Asked Questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should outsource...?
Just about everybody, from entrepreneurs in the SOHO (small office home office) segment to small and medium enterprises (SME), to large businesses and empires with diversified interests and varied business processes. Every business benefits hugely through outsourcing because technology is changing so fast, it has to be leveraged and used to the maximum to deliver competitive advantage to a company.
Why should outsource...?

Experts believe that outsourcing is essential for companies to prosper in the 21st century.
Outsourcing gives you:

  • A technical and functional edge on the competition -- without capital investment
  • Faster development and start up
  • Lower cost
  • Enhanced performance
  • A better-managed e-business infrastructure
  • Reliability
  • Security
  • Maximizes uptime -A more effective operating environment at the backend
When should I outsource...?

When you're losing focus on your core business because you're too busy handling operations. When you're facing a time, money and human resource crunch.

When you have a mission-critical project that needs all your time and energy, plus specialized skills which aren't readily available. When you've got to be the first into the market to gain the edge.

Where should I outsource...?
Try India! Intel, IBM, Cisco, Yahoo, Amazon and Oracle find it works! Being offshore in India means we are about 12 hours’ time zone ahead of North America & about 5 hours that of UK and Europe which makes our customers virtually a 24 hour production center. While the customers go back from work, the day begins in India and the work gets done by the time customer comes back to office the next day.

Why Outsource CAD Work...?
  • Because you don't have the time to do it yourself.
  • You've got a product to develop and you've got to get it into the market before your competitor does.
  • Because you don't have the money to do it yourself.
  • Your business is growing exponentially but your resources can't cope with the growth.
  • Because you'd rather focus on mission-critical issues.
  • You're not interested in frittering away time and energy on non-core functions.
  • Because you don't have the skills to do it yourself.
  • You need the best talent in the world, but it's scarce/out of reach/ just not available in your country.
  • In today's globalized and networked economy, outsourcing has never been so easy or made so much business sense. The question is not "Why outsource?" but rather, "Why not?"
  • Reasons why outsourcing makes business sense When you consider the advantages of outsourcing, you'll realize there's lot to gain by using it as an intrinsic part of your business strategy.
By outsourcing, you can:
  • Reduce overheads, free up resources.
  • Avoid capital expenditure.
  • Improve efficiency.
  • Offload non-core functions.
  • Get access to specialized skills.
  • Save on manpower and training costs.
  • Reduce operating costs.
  • Improve speed and service.
  • Establish long-term, strategic relationships with world-class service providers to gain a competitive edge.
  • Enhance tactical and strategic advantages.
  • Focus on strategic thinking, process reengineering and managing trading partner relationships.
  • Spread your risks.
  • Provide the best quality services, products and people.
  • Be reliable and innovative.
  • Provide value-added services.
  • Increase customer satisfaction.
  • Avoid the cost of chasing technology.
  • Leverage the provider's extensive investments in technology, methodologies and people.
  • Benefit from the provider's expertise in solving problems for a variety of clients with similar requirements.
  • Focus scarce resources on time-critical projects such as application reengineering.
  • The Outsourcing Institute finds, "Outsourcing is rapidly becoming an accepted management tool for redefining and reenergizing the corporation. It challenges today's executives to rethink the traditional, vertically integrated firm in favor of a more flexible organization structured around core competencies and long-term, outside relationships."