Offshore Delivery Model
This model best suits projects with a well-defined 'Project Plan'. Onsite
program managers from NKT interact on a regular basis with the client to
manage the requirements for outsourcing. In certain cases the program manager
is located offshore and establishes regular communications through fax,
telephone and email. Regular onsite meetings further support him. Progress
reports are sent to the client on a regular basis. The client can conduct
mid-term reviews with the program manager at their offices or at the offshore
office. Our engineers also facilitate installation and acceptance testing
at the client's office.
Maintenance projects, porting requirements and application development to well defined specifications are some of the engagements that are typically delivered in an offshore mode. While a complete offshore model is the most cost-effective solution for some clients, the model has a higher inherent level of risk. Risk management in such cases becomes a critical success factor.
Onsite Delivery Model
The duration and nature of engagement or the lack of proper definition in certain types of engagements often requires work to be done completely onsite at the client premises. This is especially true in the case of product engineering related services and when the project scope is open-ended and iterative in nature.
Our onsite services span a range of computing environments and business areas. We can provide clients with consultants and programmers in diverse relevant areas and technologies. Our services include Business Requirements Analysis and Technology Assessment, Formulation of Functional Specifications, Design, Coding, Testing, Maintenance and Support.
During the assignment, our consultants report to the onsite project manager. At the same time, they are also expected report to our offices in India on a weekly basis.
Our Global Delivery Model includes three proximity development centers in the US and one in UK.
Proximity development locations include New Jersey, North Carolina and Florida in the US and Oxford in the UK.