Tag: remote infrastructure management
Virtusa Corporation, a global IT services company that combines innovation, technology leadership and industry solutions to transform the customer experience, has acquired all the outstanding shares of Apparatus Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end IT infrastructure services headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind. With over 200 employees, Apparatus provides consulting, service design and delivery of infrastructure management […]
Guidelines for Maximizing Your Return on Remote Infrastructure Management Outsourcing (RIMO) | White Paper
Why do some organizations achieve more value from outsourcing than others? The answer to this question – in a RIMO context – is the focus of this white paper. Essentially, the buyer controls the amount of the ROI in a Remote Infrastructure Management Outsourcing (RIMO) arrangement because the buyer’s up-front decisions – before signing a […]
Wipro Voice: How the Evolution of Remote Infrastructure Management Led to Solutions to Today’s Challenges | Article
Remote infrastructure management outsourcing has evolved to meet buyers’ needs, planting the seeds for innovative solutions to today’s tricky IT challenges. Ramachandran Srinivasan, member of the Wipro Council for Industry Research, explains the next phase of evolution looking beyond IT infrastructure management. For more information on the Research Council, visit www.wipro.com/industryresearch or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The industry is now beginning to approach infrastructure from a stronger process orientation. This will dynamically alter the value proposition, offerings, pricing, and other aspects of infrastructure management. It is also causing infrastructure process reengineering. Here are the insights you need for outsourcing infrastructure over the next few years.
Offshore activities are nothing new for Europe. But what’s new is nearshoring is now starting to be internal to the EU, especially in Eastern Europe. Read why this is happening, what kinds of work are best for this region, and which suppliers are currently dominating the landscape.
This paper discusses key issues of remote infrastructure management as well as elements of the value proposition in next-generation models. It also provides decision-making recommendations on provider-selection criteria and several scenarios considered as good candidates for moving to such a model. Click here to download this white paper