Software development outsourcing in China
Nova Software is the biggest software outsourcing company in western China which has been dedicated to the software outsourcing industry for over 10 years. Nova provides highly qualitative, timely delivered, and cost-effective offshore software development, including offshore development centers, web development, mobile APP development services, and product development, etc. Solid technical expertise, project management capabilities, and client-oriented philosophy make sure we deliver maximum targeted results to our clients.
Software outsourcing allows businesses to focus on their distinctive core competencies, the specialties that the business is based on and that help it achieve competitive advantage. The country still needs to further research and summarize IT outsourcing theories and models that suit enterprises and the actual situation in China.
CCID Consulting will make the following analysis: As the implications of globalization have come into the IT business, the idea of what a company should be has changed. Not long ago they were institutions. Buildings and factories with workers who drove to work in the morning and punched out at night. In a time of increased competition and shrinking profit margins, enterprises need to leverage the power of network computing to stay ahead. Implementing and managing a network-computing infrastructure, however, requires time and resources, leaving it with little time to focus on core requirements. In China, a development team of over 100 persons will be considered a very big team. For India, big teams are often defined as 1,000 or even several thousand persons. Technology outsourcing enterprises in China need to find projects and solve the problem of personnel management. How to distribute a large project level by level and how to achieve a seamless connection between employees and project teams and minimize management costs are the problems that a technology outsourcing company needs to solve. Because they are working within their specialties, companies that provide outsourced services can often work on a project in a faster, more efficient, and more sustained way than an in-house team could. Outsourcing is a concept that has been a part of the business landscape since the 1980s. Today, it increasingly is being used as a strategic tool to augment competitiveness and to free capital for focusing on core competencies. Ways to outsource wide-area network (WAN) communications, the lifeblood of any large commercial enterprise, have been examined and tried by many firms. As strategic communications come to encompass the whole enterprise, the importance of effective, reliable, and cost-effective managed WAN service offerings has grown in proportion. Through surveys, experts at CCID Consulting think that no relationship of frontal conflict has been formed between China and India in technology outsourcing. It can be seen from the projects which China has undertaken, our services are still at the rather low end of the industry, such as software development and testing. China has almost not involved in high-end services such as solution providers. This is mainly because the country does not possess too big a strength in the fields ranging from consulting to design. Outsourcing allows businesses to better asses future costs because they must clearly estimate and propose costs. With a migration to integrated packet networks, networking skills requirements are shifting quickly. The integration of data, voice, and video--all with different characteristics and response-time requirements--is challenging network behavior to ensure the availability of mission-critical applications. To sum up, there is still a long way for China to go to be among the world's top 3 countries in terms of IT outsourcing services between 2007 and 2010. There are also many problems for China to solve. But, there is one aspect that is certain: China must clearly understand its strengths and characteristics, find a road that suits its national situation and take it in a down-to-earth and persistent way. It is not just the responsibility of some enterprises to gain a place for China in the international technology outsourcing market. But, enterprises alone are not enough. The government should also offer.