RICHARDSON, TX – September 22, 2006 – By acquiring new accounts, penetrating current accounts and adding new services, InfoVision Consultants Inc. (http://www.infovision.net) has seen a surge in high-profile global clients this year. Now, with the opening of a rural development center in College Station, Texas, the company is turning its focus to cost-effective, home-grown technology solutions.
“We are trying to lower the cost of IT services and solutions to stay competitive and to develop onshore delivery capabilities. There are some data and location-sensitive projects that are better done onshore because of security and privacy constraints,” said InfoVision president Sean Yalamanchi. “Onshore centers address the compliance needs of some our clients while giving us a cost-effective alternative to the urban development centers. We have chosen College Station to leverage highly educated personnel with excellent technology skills without using offshore IT providers.”
With its newest development center strategically located near Texas A&M, the nation’s third largest public university, InfoVision will be able to draw from an impressive talent pool. According to Yalamanchi, it’s just another way for the company to better serve its clients in the telecom, finance, banking, pharmaceuticals, energy, utilities, retail and manufacturing sectors.
“The strategic onshore rural development center in College Station will be part of the sourcing solution for our clients to address the growing need for quality, low-cost, domestic resources,” Yalamanchi explained. “Our model is similar to the global outsourcing model with capability to deliver high-quality services remotely, but we’re not constrained by distance and time zone.”
Now in its eleventh year of providing high-quality, cost-effective software services, tools and solutions for clients around the world, InfoVision specializes in architecture, design, development, testing and integration of systems large and small. The company’s core competencies include strategic resources, enterprise applications, technology solutions and consulting – competencies the new development center will offer, with the added benefit of lower cost.
“We are constantly trying to improve our delivery capabilities,” Yalamanchi explained. “We are focusing on low-cost regions like College Station where our operating expenses are relatively less, so we can pass on the additional savings to our clients and build long-term relationships.”
About InfoVision Consultants, Inc.
Founded in 1995, InfoVision has global operations in North America, Asia and Europe. InfoVision provides IT services and solutions with offices in Dallas, Boston, Tampa, Columbus and Wilmington. InfoVision has proven track record executing complex and volume projects on time and under budget for Fortune 500 clients. InfoVision has expertise in the areas of Applications/EAI, Data Warehousing, Web Services, SAS, ERP, Real Time/Embedded systems, Quality Assurance, and Systems Administration. InfoVision currently serves Banking, Finance, Telecom, Pharmaceutical, Energy/Utilities, Retail, and Manufacturing industries.
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