To take advantage of low development cost across the border in the mainland China, Partner Software has established a programming factory in Shenzhen. Clients could save up to 40% of development cost if programming works are conducted in Shenzhen.

Outsourcing Demand   

Today, most companies are using Information Technology as a tool to increase its productivity and as a mean to enhance competitiveness. Saving time and money are two of the main motives for outsourcing. However, in-house IT capability will never meet the business demand and change fast enough to familiar with the emerging technology released on a monthly basis. Outsource the application development work to external professional party is a solution and is getting more popular worldwide. Partner Software was established to offer customized outsourcing services on system development to fit practices of different company cultures.

Why Outsourcing?     

Partner Software can be your strategic outsourcing alliance with a company whose job is to improve your operations and business. We have the following reasons why outsourcing is vital to your organizations and lets your organizations concentrate fully on core competencies, can increase the control a company has over the outsourcing process, and adds value to the entire proposition.


  Concentrate on Core Business

    Outsourcing can help an organization to reduce its view of and concern with functions other than the core business. At the same time, the view of that core business can become broader, allowing closer analysis of competitive and innovative issues.

Access to Emerging Technology Capability

    Just as an organization attempts to concentrate on its core business, so outsourcers concentrate on theirs. As a result, outsourcers must continue to demonstrate continuous innovation, sound methods, specialist skills and competitive price performance.

Accelerate Reengineering Process

    Business reengineering can enable an organization to identify the processes that will provide dramatic gains in performance. In adopting those processes, an organization may also decide that some of the performance gains can best be achieved through outsourcing.

Easier Assess Risk

    Outsourcers can assist organizations to measure and assess the risks, decide how to share those risks between its customers, and offer a solution for managing those risks.

Easier to Acquire Resourses    

    Organizations have constantly pressure to reduce the number of people employed on non-core activities. As the costs of employment, accommodation, taxes and levies, welfare and other services can make people the most expensive resource within an organization. With the flexibility for organizations to draw additional people from the outsourcerกฏs pool on a temporary basis, organization can use its people more effectively.

Reduce the Demand on Capital

    With the outsourced services being financed from the operating budget, organizations can concentrate its capital budgets on its core business. Outsourcing can reduce the competition for capital budgets.

Reduce and Control Operating Costs

    Many organizations are reluctant to invest in R&D and staff development within a customer organization, while an outsourcer will have to make these investments to stay in business. An outsourcer can be more cost effective than in-house departments to invest in research and development and in training.

    An outsource is required to serve to a number of customers and should be able to do this at a cost to itself that will be less than the total cost of the individual customers all doing it themselves. The major area for this will be in the overheads such as accommodation, administration, finance and other services. It can be argued, although costs may increase as a result of the outsourcer's need to invest, that these costs are actually better managed than before. The customer's lack of investment would eventually have led to further, unforeseen and uncontrolled costs later on.

Resource not Available Internally

There are several reasons why resources may not be available internally now, there are also some reasons for not making the resources available internally in the future. These include:

  • The organization may be expanding into new areas of business
  • The organization may be expanding into new geographic areas
  • The organization may be downsize its operations
  • The resources may have been removed as part of a major reorganization or divestment.
  • The scale of internal demand for those resources
  • The cost of acquiring and retaining the resources

Improve Control

When a function is difficult to manage or is out of control, outsourcing can appear as a final 'fall-back position'. With the situation of human factors and some sensitive issues, it might be easier for an external organization to step in to give professional opinions on the issues.