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A new, unique task to implement a desired change (system or process) is often carried out as a project. Examples include developing a minimal viable product (MVP) or a pilot. Undertakings that are similar in structure are also suitable as projects. Assessing the feasibility and effort is essential.

A project is defined by clear objectives, as well as time limits and financial limits. The basis of a project is the project order.

A project can be implemented based on time & material or as a works contract, which includes acceptance with warranty. Based on the region, external staff and local business conditions, significant cost savings can be realized.
Limitation of time and budget
Clear targets
Basis: project specification
Beispielhaft ist ein MVP
Unique task/idea
MVP is an example
Significant cost savings
Global resources
Acceptance with warranty

A new, unique task to implement a desired change (system or process) is often carried out as a project. Examples include developing a minimal viable product (MVP) or a pilot. Undertakings that are similar in structure are also suitable as projects. Assessing the feasibility and effort is essential.

A project is defined by clear objectives, as well as time limits and financial limits. The basis of a project is the project order.

A project can be implemented based on time & material or as a works contract, which includes acceptance with warranty. Based on the region, external staff and local business conditions, significant cost savings can be realized.
Limitation of time and budget
Clear targets
Basis: project specification
Beispielhaft ist ein MVP
Unique task/idea
MVP is an example
Significant cost savings
Global resources
Acceptance with warranty

Teams

Self-organized team
Integrated team
Dedicated team
Job openings remain unfilled
Demand for resources
- Demand for specialists
Expansion of resources
Cost savings
Increased speed

There is a demand for additional know-how, experts or capacity for software development or a specific technology sector. This demand becomes evident when job openings remain unfilled for an extended time.

A team always consists of 100% provided resources. A distinction is made between dedicated, integrated and self-organized teams. A dedicated team is allocated to only one client. Integrated means the resources expand an existing team. A self-organized team works independently and separately.

A near/offshore team creates additional capacity, increasing the speed of software development and reducing costs.

There is a demand for additional know-how, experts or capacity for software development or a specific technology sector. This demand becomes evident when job openings remain unfilled for an extended time.

A team always consists of 100% provided resources. A distinction is made between dedicated, integrated and self-organized teams. A dedicated team is allocated to only one client. Integrated means the resources expand an existing team. A self-organized team works independently and separately.

A near/offshore team creates additional capacity, increasing the speed of software development and reducing costs.

Self-organized team
Integrated team
Dedicated team
Job openings remain unfilled
Demand for resources
- Demand for specialists
Expansion of resources
Cost savings
Increased speed

Outsourcing

Whenever a company decides to fully outsource a business process it used to carry out in-house to a third party. Possible reasons include fluctuations in capacity utilization and a lack of specialization. Another reason to pursue outsourcing is a desire to streamline the company.

Outsourcing refers to a practice in which a company hires an external service provider to perform tasks that used to be performed in-house. The legal aspects of this practice are governed by §613 of the German Civil Code (BGB).

In particular, the goal is to save costs, improve quality and achieve efficiency advantages. A desire to focus on one’s own core competencies is often cited as a strategic goal.
Governed by §613a of the German Civil Code (BGB)
Hiring external service providers
Process outsourcing
Streamlining
Lack of specialization
Fluctuations in capacity utilization
Improving quality
Cost savings
Focus on core competencies
Whenever a company decides to fully outsource a business process it used to carry out in-house to a third party. Possible reasons include fluctuations in capacity utilization and a lack of specialization. Another reason to pursue outsourcing is a desire to streamline the company.

Outsourcing refers to a practice in which a company hires an external service provider to perform tasks that used to be performed in-house. The legal aspects of this practice are governed by §613 of the German Civil Code (BGB).

In particular, the goal is to save costs, improve quality and achieve efficiency advantages. A desire to focus on one’s own core competencies is often cited as a strategic goal.
Governed by §613a of the German Civil Code (BGB)
Hiring external service providers
Process outsourcing
Streamlining
Lack of specialization
Fluctuations in capacity utilization
Improving quality
Cost savings
Focus on core competencies

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Bernd Wandt, Executive Partner

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