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Outsourcing T&M, CoE Managed Services and Closed Scope Projects

  • Location


  • Industry

    Non-governmental Organization

  • Technology

    Cloud Development, .Net, NodeJS, Software as a Service e Serverless

    Client background

    The inter-agency facility, established in 1971, operates based on a cost recovery model and specializes in providing ICT services. The organization’s primary focus is on delivering digital services exclusively to the United Nations and other not-for-profit entities.

    Business challenge

    The organization under consideration specializes in offering digital services to various not-for-profit entities, including the United Nations. With a wealth of experience in implementing and supporting tailor-made digital solutions for its clients, this entity recently sought top-notch, budget-friendly proposals. It aimed to establish a group of consultancy service providers capable of delivering Digital Solutions and Competencies. The selected providers would be expected to engage in activities such as Advisory Consulting, Design Thinking, Development and Integration, Product Management, and Data and Analytics.

    New Anderthal’s approach

    Over the past few years, Decskill has collaborated with the aforementioned organization through the Outsourcing (Time and Materials) approach. With their proven track record of successful provisions, Decskill demonstrated the ability to rapidly expand their solutions to meet the requirements set forth by the organization. Currently, Decskill is involved in various engagements, including Outsourcing T&M, CoE Managed Services, and Closed Scope Projects. These services align with the specific request and scenario presented by the organization in question.

    Value delivered

    • Global presence – on-site and remote
    • Support global execution and delivery support
    • Continuous improvement
    • Governance and Management
    • Single provider for increasing services and technologies
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