Global Delivery Models
Global delivery model (GDM) refers to the assets and competencies (IT skills/labor resources, tools, policies and procedures, methodologies, infrastructure, management, human resource functions, and delivery processes) of an organization’s service provider (internal or external) to source skills from global locations for IT/business benefit. In an optimized GDM, the disparate set of resources comes together seamlessly; factors such as high process maturity and a secure and scalable global infrastructure supported by significant investments to mitigate or manage risk are critical.
A BEST-FIT DELIVERY MODEL FOR YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS
Grid R&D global delivery model helps drive down costs and speed up implementation of strategic initiatives, enabling you to compete and win in the global economy. At Grid R&D, we invest to meet our clients’ future challenges through a full-service portfolio and flexible delivery options that balance cost, quality and risk. Our best-fit delivery approach includes Grid R&D client proximity model that provides for local resources to deliver the quick response and local accountability required for success. Through these local teams, we offer competitive services through an optimal blend of delivery centers, either locally or globally, all operating under Grid R&D Management Foundation to generate consistent results.
Global Service Delivery Model
Many global organisations have aspirations to standardise ways of working across their entire organisation in order to realise efficiency benefits. Putting into place standardised processes, common technology and strong capability can lead to consistent, repeatable, quality services delivered universally.
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