Chinese technology solutions provider Freeborders has launched the Chindus, a global delivery model for providing software services from China.
Freeborders provides service-oriented applications development, maintenance and web services for global financial institutions. The company claims that it has one of the largest, experienced development teams in China, specializing in enterprise application maintenance and integration with companies such as SAP, Oracle, Siebel and PeopleSoft.
According to Freeborders, the Chindus leverages best practices for delivering IT services from different region. It provides onsite domain knowledge and management capabilities from the US along with the IT outsourcing best practices from India and a talent pool with technical skills and English language capabilities from China.
Freeborders said that the Chindus combines the features of each country and delivers them, while incorporating multi country understanding, relationship management expertise, language skills and governance practices.
Freeborders understands how US companies consume IT services and has the infrastructure and English language skills to deliver, said Jim Reesing, executive vice president of Freeborders. We have spent over seven years perfecting the Chindus model with many of the world’s Fortune 1000 companies.
The company said that there are benefits of establishing a global footprint for IT services, including diversification, opportunity to accelerate investments in new countries, cost advantages and vertical market expertise.
Last month, Freeborders partnered with online travel agency Expedia to create a technology development center for the company in China. This relationship will allow Expedia to enhance its core platforms and services and increase its technical stability to expand company’s footprint.
Source: ComputerWire daily updates