The myth: large enterprises can handle all IT-related work efficiently by having dedicated teams of IT personnel for specific tasks – network maintenance, programming, internal customer support.
The reality: while day-to-day tasks can be done efficiently, any other tasks that are unique or occur only once during the implementation of a bigger project (for example system integration tasks or development tasks that do not constitute the core competency of the available programming team) will drain the resources of the enterprise faster than if the task is outsourced to a specialized team.
And the truth is that most projects in an enterprise are fairly easy to outsource – there is a consistent document base, there are established (and sometimes dedicated) communication channels, and there is a budgetary incentive for outsourcing – outsourced development tends to be more cost-effective than internal development – especially if done by a company that is using offshore development.
So why do large companies not outsource more? The fear factor in offshore outsourcing is usually bound to the impact of cultural differences and the quality control on the success of a project. Indeed, most companies that outsource to India and China fail when trying to communicate efficiently and get the expected results back.
So how is the ENETIX WAY better?
By using project management that is U.S. based and working with professionals in Eastern Europe, we virtually eliminate cultural impact. We use project management methodologies that allow for consistent quality control. And we communicate and address any issue that might affect your project. We deliver documentation according to your expectations and protocols.
Doing things better than others pays off… That is our rule.