In Offshore Software Development: Making It Work, hands-on managers of Offshore solutions help you answer these questions: What is Offshore and why is it an IT imperative? What do you need to do to successfully evaluate an Offshore solution? How do you avoid common pitfalls? How do you confront security and geopolitical risk? How do you handle issues related to displaced workers? The author applies her considerable experience in the analysis of such Offshore issues as the financial growth of the Offshore industry, keys to success in initiating a program, choosing and managing vendors, risk mitigation, and employee impacts. A detailed program checklist outlines the steps for successful Offshore execution, providing real-world exposure and guidance to a movement that has become a fixture in the IT realm. About the Author Tandy Gold is a 20-year veteran of the technology industry who is focused on entrepreneurial consulting and innovation. As part of her responsibilities in implementing the first Offshore initiative for a large financial institution, she created a monthly Offshore interest group. Comprised of Offshore program managers from Fortune 100 firms, together they represent more than 40 years of experience in Offshore.addition to passively collecting documentation, the PMO can actively establish standards of documentation excellence through ... of the following: Archive of application code Maintenance manual User manual Support process manual Additional related business process ... and support), project management, and methodology standards (new application development) are defined specifically for Offshore.
|Title||:||Outsourcing Software Development Offshore|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2004-11-15|