Application Management Services
IT organizations are challenged with keeping a complex application portfolio under control, while lowering costs. As the business continually changes and portfolios expand, cost reduction through labor arbitrage isn't the answer. IT must respond quickly, reducing Opex and increasing Capex (Opex VS Capex) to create business value and continually evolve in the digital era.
|Tried and True Assessment||For 30 years we’ve helped clients in all industries pinpoint their opportunities for optimization, evolution and transformation with a comprehensive assessment of the entire IT Organization.|
Speedy, Impeccable Transitions
Our flexible operating model adapts to changing business needs, with 24-hour support and seamless scalability to grow the business.
We bring productivity tools, reverse engineering suites and knowledge management (in addition to transfer) to deliver fast and reliable transitions.
|Right Value-Generation Model™||We prepare the right size team, the right metrics, the right place and the right execution to deliver value to your specific business challenges.|
|Lower Total Cost of Engagement||Through our global delivery model, portfolio optimization and root cause analysis, clients are able to maximize efficiencies and reduce costs by 10-25%.|
- Turning Time & Materials Engagements To Fixed-Outcome Relationships Bill Martorelli, Principal Analyst, Forrester July 2008 English
- Closing the Gap Between Business Analysis and QA — An Independent Analyst Perspective (Softtek Webinar) Margo Visitacion, Vice President, Forrester Research, Inc. June 2010 English
- The Rise of the Conservative-Progressive Approach to Outsourcing: Establishing Solid Foundations for a Global Sourcing Program Part 1 of 3 of the white paper series “Proven Strategies for Cost Containment and Risk-balancing in Turbulent Times” By Alejandro Camino with Federico Ferreres May 2009 English
- Results-driven application services outsourcing - Part one Making the case to evolve from timesheets to deliverables By Softtek March 2008 English