Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
Ruralogic provides technology and business process consulting services to major businesses and governmental organizations, offering a cost-effective alternative to international outsource providers. With a workforce based in low-cost areas of the United States, and working in partnership with local colleges and technical training institutions to develop effective employees, Ruralogic has created a repeatable workforce development process. This methodology is now available to assist other technology organizations desiring to build a lower-cost but effective workforce.
International information technology and business process outsourcing, which was intended to reduce costs and address critical labor shortages, has grown to $100 billion annually for American companies. However, many of these organizations have become frustrated with the disappointing results and unintended consequences of international outsourcing and are seeking alternatives. Those consequences are frequently due to unrecognized costs; disrupted critical collaborative work cycles; communication difficulties; significant worker attrition; and misunderstandings of cultural and regulatory environments.
Ruralogic was created in 2010 to offer a low-cost but highly effective alternative to international outsourcing. As a pioneer in establishing this alternative, Ruralogic built a template for working in partnership with educational institutions, governmental agencies, community development agencies and private enterprises. The resulting methodology is the basis for the Domestic Repositioning practice that Ruralogic has launched, to assist clients who wish to establish low-cost resource centers for their own benefit. This ability to reposition their domestic resources, and repatriate previously out-sourced jobs to domestic locations with lower costs and strong workforce development partners, is an attractive alternative.
Ruralogic has now completed initial engagements with significant clients, assisting them in migrating from high cost metropolitan centers to new technology centers in lower cost regions. These clients have taken advantage of this opportunity to rationalize existing delivery methods, incorporate new technologies, lower people costs, and provide the “clean sheet of paper” opportunity that information technology groups covet.
David Snyder, Chairman of Ruralogic, states that: “Feedback from our clients has been encouraging. Their prior experience with relocation consulting firms has focused on government incentives and tax strategies. They are pleased with our comprehensive solutions that have literally saved them additional millions of dollars and positioned them for more strategic delivery approaches.” More information about Ruralogic’s Domestic Repositioning services is available on their website at http://www.ruralogic.com.
Domestic Repositioning and on-shoring of new technology and processing centers is a relatively new trend but gaining significant interest as a more effective solution than international outsourcing. The convergence of new economic, cultural and human factors is driving the corporate momentum for operational and delivery centers positioned in non-traditional areas. Large financial services companies and information technology software and service firms are leading the way, with other industries beginning to take notice.
Founded in 2010, Ruralogic serves clients in a variety of industries, offering technology, business process and general business consulting services. Leveraging experienced professionals with staff based in low-cost geographic areas, Ruralogic’s services are available on a contract basis for specific projects and to supplement client resources on long-term engagements. Working closely with educational institutions, Ruralogic also retrains displaced workers and provides career opportunities in small communities to revitalize local economies. More information is available at http://www.ruralogic.com.
For additional information contact:
David Snyder, Chairman