Life at suyati

Dream. Dare. Do – that is Suyati’s work principle in a nutshell.

Walk-In at Suyati on August 7 and 8

Suyati Technologies Private Limited has established itself as a company that delivers innovative product development and creative solutions using cutting-edge Microsoft Technologies. With over 5 decades of cumulative experience in outsourced technology service offerings, Suyati’s Dedicated Global Teams (DGTs) focus on creating, innovating, and supporting product development for companies globally. Based in Cochin’s technology hub Infopark, Suyati is conducting walk-ins for experienced personnel to be part of its...

The CEO’s guide to Kissing the Frog

We thought we’d move, for our reader’s sake, from talk of princesses and frogs, to Suyati’s unique outsourcing model. In CEO lingo! Here goes.... Outsourcing traditionally assumes that the flow of resources is one-way, from the vendor to the outsourcer. It also assumes a range of risks which creates operational uncertainty. Suyati’s Dedicated Global Team concept redefines the way you should look at outsourcing. Suyati...

Kissing the Frog: A Short Guide to Outsourcing Models

Kissing the frog in investment parlance translates to the kind of risk you are willing to take. If you are ready to outsource your Product development, read on to find out what model will work for you. Captive Centers – Highest commitment and risk – higher rewards: A beautiful princess sees a handsome frog at the bottom of a deep well. She thinks he will...

Indians can't work and Chinese can't think!

A recent article in Forbes India  ‘Indians can’t work, Chinese can’t think’ brought out differences between the cultures and countries. The author explains that Indians are good at problem solving while the Chinese get the job done with the support of the state. While these stereotypes hold true for some situations, India is leading from the front to brand itself as the country to come...

Outsourcing for Talent - why it pays to be truly Global

Intel. IBM. Microsoft. Amazon. Google. Accenture. What do all these Fortune 500 companies have in common? Apart from being on the Fortune 500 list, that is? They are all in India. If this is not surprising, the reason why they are here should be. They are all here because they believe this is where the market growth and talent is. Not cheaper resources, but better...

Are SME businesses bullish about cloud computing?

A recent Zinnov study estimates the global cloud computing market to be over USD 70 billion by 2015. The study also pointed out that India, with its powerful ecosystem of over 1300 independent software vendors (ISVs), 1.4 million developers and  more than 11000 system integrators (SIs and Custom software development organizations),  is ideally poised to address this growing opportunity. Cloud computing basically refers to virtual...