We offer our clients the unique advantage of cost-effective and innovative outsourcing solutions. Market advantages typically achieved by our clients include:
Reductions in development and operations costs exceeding 25% in the first year, with continued savings and efficiency over time. Transition initiatives are typically ‘self-funding’ through savings realized in development and operations costs.
Seamless migration to an outsourced solution without adverse impact to operations and minimal impact to core staff.
Agile response to emergent business requirements by leveraging a single, integrated solutions and staffing provider.
Outsourcing (Onshore/Offshore/Blend), staff augmentation, placement and consultant options with flexible models for partnership, including project-based delivery, capacity augmentation and service-level driven support.
Vértere Global Solutions, Inc. (Vértere)
The Vértere Global Solutions approach begins with experienced business and technical professionals who know how to communicate with client teams, management, technical staff and consultants. We offer flexible pricing and delivery models for our solutions to include: Blended Rates, Fixed Price Projects, Time & Materials, Staff Augmentation and Hybrid Solutions. Each engagement is assigned a relationship manager to ensure on-time, on-budget delivery. Our Project Management Office provides additional support by acting as a liaison between the client and project teams and offering guidance and assistance during the transition period.Read more
Lower cost is one of the primary reasons for outsourcing. The cost savings are commonly based on the wage difference between the Western world and offshore destinations. Other factors such as economies of scale and specialization could also have a considerable impact.
Knowledge and Expertise
Outsourcing gives you access to knowledge pools that you might not have inside your own company. Outsourcing also enables you to focus on your company’s core business and competencies.
Risk and Quality Control
Outsourcing agreements can be structured in a way that the responsibility to produce a certain quantity/quality of output is placed at the outsourcing provider, facilitating better risk management and tracking. The responsibility of the provider can be defined in Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
Outsourcing gives you a tool to manage your output or production capacity in a flexible way.
By using external resources, you can overcome possible shortages in the job market. This is especially the case for highly specialized roles (e.g., information technology)
24-hour Operations Cycle
Using external providers, clients can cover time-zones that are not covered by domestic operations or capitalize on a 24-hour operations cycle to increase production and improve time to market.
English is the primary language of business
Schools teach in English based upon the U.S. education system, including American-style diction and pronunciation of the English language
Cultural affinity with Western markets and customs
The Philippines is one of the lowest labor-cost providers, with total labor costs at a small percentage of the cost of equivalent jobs in the U.S.
Overall, offshore teams should operate at about 50% of onshore costs
Highly Skilled and Available Workforce
High literacy rate (95.9%) and widely available higher education
Reputable universities providing large numbers of candidates entering the workforce every year
Growth of local opportunities through outsourcing leading to increasing numbers of skilled workers staying in the Philippines
Economic Growth and Stability
Stable government for more than a decade
Government support through establishment of outsourcing hubs, IT parks and economic zones throughout the country
Competitive economic incentives through the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)
Legal system with firm contract law and intellectual property protection similar to the U.S.
Accounting systems that were modeled after general accounting procedures used in the U.S.