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improve customer-centricity and create differentiation

We provide our clients, services and customized solutions for business performance management, prudent financial management, continuous operational improvement, responsiveness to customer needs and processes to attract and retain top talent. We do this using next-gen business platforms, SLA-driven IT service delivery, risk-assessment, etc. Among the demonstrated outcomes are performance improvement, lowered the cost of operations, reduced time to market and enhanced customer experience.

How we do it

Geo Diversification is essential for your enterprise outsourcing : Right shoring

Evolving communications technology has made it possible for enterprises to tap into talent pools across the world, allowing for labor arbitrage and more distributed production risk. A lack of suitable IT talent is particularly evident in the US, where it is predicted about 2 million computer specialist job openings will remain unfilled by 2022.

More than ever, enterprises need to leverage global delivery capabilities to keep pace with an accelerating market and local talent shortages. Traditionally, only enterprises that operated on a global scale could afford or even benefit from a global delivery model (GDM)-based approach, but this is not the case anymore. With the proliferation of low-cost communication networks and tools, even smaller & medium organizations now have access to the full spectrum of outsourcing benefits.

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Why go with GDM (Global Delivery Model) approach

 Bleeding-edge talent availability

With the pace of technology development and adoption accelerating, enterprises often find that they lack the skill sets to efficiently leverage emerging technologies.

 Operational flexibility

By taking a modular approach to workflow distribution, a global delivery model allows development teams to scale, expand, add, or eliminate teams in a cost-effective manner.

 Multi-cultural exposure

Working with teams across the World gives your workforce the opportunity to network on a global scale while exposing them to a wide variety of cultures.


 Minimized investment

By aligning production environments with low-cost talent pools in different geographies, enterprises can capture tasks from different work sources and assign them to the most competent resource.

 Faster time-to-market

A 24-hour development cycle means a significant reduction of your turnaround time, which helps you stay ahead of the competition. You can also have more time to analyze and understand new markets.

 Reduced risk

Working from multiple geographies also offers the opportunity to seamlessly create multiple master back-ups, mitigating the fallout from any kind of catastrophic data failure.

 Transparency and visibility

A beneficial side-effect of this transparency is that project delays, bugs and resource availability are clearly visible to multiple stakeholders, making planning and quality assurance a more dynamic and efficient process.

Designing a commercial model to unlock the revenue potential

Traditionally, the buyers and the service providers have always engaged in the outsourcing models that are based on staff augmentation and Full Time Equivalent (FTE) pricing. Undoubtedly, this model is safe and linear but it is substandard as it approaches outsourcing as a method to receive the appropriate skills, with the appropriate pricing.

PositiveEdge is moving towards the co-development and co-GTM models, and utilizing emerging commercial models.

Input-based pricing model

This model is based on the amount of input provided. This is a traditional pricing model wherein the price that is charged to the customer is based on the FTE’s rates/hour.

Output-based pricing model

Here, output refers to any business output - Typically, in this model, a base price is agreed against a volume band, and any increase or decrease in the output.

Outcome-based pricing model

In this model, the pricing is based on the business outcome that is achieved by the buyer through the service provider’s contribution.

More than cost at stake in IT Outsourcing

As the global outsourcing market expands, companies need to evaluate whether cost-cutting or labor arbitrage should still be the primary yardstick for measuring the success of outsourcing operations. According to a recent Global Outsourcing Survey, while 57% of enterprises outsource to cut costs, a close 62% leveraged outsourcing as a core business function enabler and 48% to access fresh intellectual capital.

Clearly, PositiveEdge support this shift from mere cost-driven outsourcing to a multi-dimensional value proposition for outsourcing your enterprise IT operations.


The Need to go Agile

With seamless collaboration and faster product development cycles at its heart, the Agile model has continued gaining popularity among enterprises worldwide.
Agile goes beyond the traditional outsourcing model of delegation and execution - it functions as an interdisciplinary methodology where both, our client and PositiveEdge team work.

  • When regulatory concerns require a particular project to be executed in a specific region to either expand or gain access to new market areas.

  • When our clients need the developers to understand the underlying business processes for their product, the Project owner and project members are located together as one team.

  • When the client needs the platform and the execution team to work collaboratively on a project and the PO and the rest of the team members need to be communicating constantly among themselves.

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