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Cyber Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (CIS) Begins Offering BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) IT-Outsourcing Model for SMEs
Date:5/2/2013

Milpitas, California (PRWEB) May 02, 2013

Cyber Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (CIS), an outsourcing company based in Indore, India with over 500 employees and operating since 2003 has officially begun offering BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) model to its clients. Over 50 established companies at CIS have already been operating under this model which allows companies to fully own and control their offshore operation.

CIS’s growth and deep knowledge in running an offshore dedicated center since 2003 has allowed it for the creation of a unique BOT model which emphasizes risk management for established companies wishing to set up their own captive software development center. Furthermore, Company’s strategic location in Madhya Pradesh, Indore becoming known as a catalyst for the growth.

Kuldeep Kundal, Director stated: “CIS’ seeing a huge number of talented professionals coming to Indore from metros such as Bangalore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune and so forth who are fed up with the cost of living in those metros. This has allowed the company to hire top tier professionals at a competitive advantage which has resulted in savings of over 40% for the clients.

The company is excited about its brand new 42,000 square feet office and infrastructure and feel it is the perfect time to begin offering its BOT model to SME’s. The company is hoping that its experience and understanding of SME’s around the globe will translate into the success of new BOT model service offering."

CIS’ BOT Model for IT Offshore Outsourcing
During the Build and Operate phases, Company's services are same as those given in its ODC (Offshore Dedicated Center) model. This basically means the client’s offshore operation runs fully within the company and it provides all assets, resources, and support services while still client retain complete freedom over operational control.

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