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Why Onsite-Offshore model is best for software development projects

Over the past two decades, several IT companies have been continuously trying to
improve their IT services in order to meet their client’s requirements. Business
needs have become high and to fulfil the needs an IT consulting firm or business
partner is required to meet the desired results. The hybrid model is one of the
great approaches to fit this scenario where both Onsite
and Offshore resources are made available with flexibility.

Nowadays, world widely many organizations have started to implement this approach
and their IT teams use Onsite-Offshore model. They adopt this approach in order to
reduce investment and in return to increase revenue in the organization. To improve
performance and quality output to the client, the operational teams work together.
This model has been achieving all the requirements successfully which is leading to
lower risk and increase in productivity.

Hybrid model structures the combination of onsite, offsite, and onshore models. This
model ensures the cost-effectiveness of the offshore model and also maintains the
face-to-face interactions in order to prevent communication gaps which is very
crucial in business and makes sure of your project’s success. An integrated model
of Onsite, as well as Offshore, is the ultimate solutions for the business. This
combined model is envisioned for enhancing efficiency and optimizing the cost of
project development.

The work in this model is appropriately distributed among onsite and offsite teams.
The onsite teams deliver the required support and solutions for strategic issues whereas
the offshore team delivers the developmental services.

Offshore Model