Neosoft has the capability, expertise, experience to delight every customer. We work very hard in constantly improving our processes, making sure we deliver quality products to our customers. We also believe that successful outsourcing is the result of a successful partnership between the customer and the offshore vendor.
Neosoft Technologies is your strategic partner, not just a conventional outsourcing vendor. Our engagement methods are adapted to meet every business need. Our open communication methodology gives you total control on your project and teams. We follow the highest industry standards. Our processes are mature and our quality certified.
Mumbai is the commercial capital of India. It has always been a city with remarkable record of excellent infrastructure in terms of power, communication, healthcare, roads and academic institutes of world repute.
The city is well connected from the rest of the country, to all the major metros and smaller cities of India with a air, rail and road transport. Mumbai has one of the largest International Airports in India, with flights from almost every country landing here. An efficient, clean and transparent administration.
The city has a large pool of skilled IT professionals and low attrition rates, and it also attracts professionals from the smaller cities. Because of the education system which lays great emphasis on higher education & specialization, a talent pool with specialized knowledge in any field is readily available.
Many organizations all over the world outsource their professional and skilled services related to call centers, data management, engineering, finance, healthcare, software, e-learning, BPO, KPO, web analytics etc to Mumbai to give their business a competitive edge.
IT software and services professionals in India increased to 1,630,000 by the FY07 compared to 1,293,000 employed in the FY06. Average time for ramping up to 50-FTE engagement staffing levels: 3 - 5 months. Abundant talent: India's young demographic profile is an inherent advantage.
The significant and sustained cost advantage, attributed to the wide differential in wage-costs and productivity gains achieved by firms in sourcing from India, continues to be a compelling driver of decisions to source services from India.
Rapid growth in the quality and scale of Grade A real estate (around 25 million sq ft of real estate space is being added per annum) and telecommunications infrastructure - the key elements of business infrastructure required for running an IT-ITES operation, have been instrumental in supporting the growth of the sector. Quality orientation, superior process delivery and a keen emphasis on information-security.
IT is one of the Government of India's top five priorities. Enabling business policy and regulatory environment: The Indian government has encouraged this sector by providing incentives and non-financial assistance, and by creating enabling regulations.