emids offers four types of engagement models for its clients in a collaborative
environment of service delivery.
Extended development center (Co-sourcing)
- Client/ emids arrangement where the client enters into a contract with emids
- emids operates a dedicated team for the client. In most cases, the center functions under
a 'look and feel' that is very similar to the client environment
- Client and emids set up a vehicle to predominantly service the client's businesses
- Work is performed in a collaborative manner with client's teams
- Knowledge retention and long-term continuity
- Minimal pre-requisites
- Makes additional bandwidth available on short notice
- Flexible, easy to change
Example of nature of work: Ongoing maintenance,
operations, development, testing, quality assurance, test automation.
Build operate transfer
emids, 'Build Operate Transfer' model of engagement helps clients in capturing
new markets, optimize business processes, reduce administrative overheads
by establishing an extended arm of the clients business. We assess the risks,opportunities and identify the right solution to match your global operational
needs. This is a long term relationship which helps clients to gain a competitive
advantage in a global environment.
The client has a right to own the facility, while we build the facility, hire
the employees, get the operation running for an agreed period of time (usually a
period of 3-5 years), and hand over the operations to the client after the agreed
- The client and emids set up an arrangement, through which emids is contracted
for end-to-end project, or to provide specific services for a defined period of the project
- 'Statement of Work' (SOW) forms the basis for engagement
- At a point where the project delivery is complete and services are properly established,
management and ownership is transferred to the client
- Multiple touch points with the client's team are defined
- Lower involvement of client's team
Example of nature of work: Development, testing, test automation.
- emids is completely responsible for a discrete function/process
- Frees up client's resources
Example of nature of work: design-to-deploy, code-to-deploy, and testing
- Staff augmentation model, with ad-hoc search for required resources and skills
- Managing FTEs, not projects
Example of nature of work: Development, testing, migration, data administration,
application maintenance & support.