Stop. You may fail at outsourcing!

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Why your small business peers fail at outsourcing and how you can avoid their mistakes!

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  • Very nice insights vijay.

    The core issue is Business Attitude. Todays world of business scales based on Certified Bodies and not on end Results produced.

    Unless the business attitude changes, none can help IT industry.

    At TejaSoft we discovered this 10 years back, and have evolved to Services 2.0 Model, which has given 100% results on all such contracts.

    More on our model at

    http://nasscom-emerge.groupsite.com/beta/discussion/topics/531869/messages

    Regards,
    Raja Nagendra Kumar,
    C.T.O
    www.tejasoft.com
    - The Code Quality - Ultimate Offshore Advantage
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Stop. You may fail at outsourcing!

  1. 1. Stop. You may fail at outsourcing! Why your small business peers fail at outsourcing & how you can avoid their mistakes!
  2. 2. 50% to 70% of the outsourcing projects FAIL ! Firms with < 5 employees and $500M revenue lose $50B every year Okay! Let’s face it
  3. 3. Your vendor knows more about themselves than you Less in-house IT skills than your F500 counterparts Analyst firms won’t help you Here’s what’s killing you!
  4. 4. Reach out to your peers who outsource Use their expertise in choosing and evaluating the dev shops Still feeling helpless? Read further … How can I be saved?
  5. 5. Never outsource your thought process. Only you could paint your dream. Outsource, before you offshore. Overseas management as a beginner is pain Here are some more pointers!
  6. 6. Ask for – Years of existence, Team Size, Projects done, Related Projects, Time taken, References Talking to a dev shop? Ask for numbers! Evaluate like a Pro with our tools - http://bit.ly/1bJbpMW
  7. 7. Follow up regularly with the dev shops Stay on top of what’s being built (at least every alternate day) Give them regular feedback Use a Project Management tool for regular two-way communication Outsourced? You job doesn’t stop there! Know “how to get the best out of your Outsourced Team” http://bit.ly/17fyt3j
  8. 8. 8 Building a product is not a discrete one step activity. It’s just the beginning of a long conversation with your customer base! Think beyond the first release. Think about continuous investment in engineering and build capacity to manage that process! Remember - Launch is just where you start!
  9. 9. Building a product or scaling it? Let’s talk Email : vijay@contractiq.com We’re on LinkedIn, Twitter & Facebook as “ContractIQ” 9

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