Palo Alto, California, USA - October 23, 2006 – Internet Applications Group LLC (InApp), a California based software services company announced plans to launch a two coast Outsourcing Road Show in November that aims to bring their 11 year expertise and learning in software applications and product outsourcing to small and medium size software product development companies.
InApp, certified at CMMI Level 3 by the SEI, delivers high quality software projects and product development services. The team will address the questions: Is outsourcing right for you and how to do it right ! The Road Show will help attendees to determine projects, products and activities to outsource; align outsourcing with overall corporate strategy and use outsourcing to support transformation strategies such as restructuring and TQM.
Who should attend?
CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, VPs, AVPs, Project Managers and technology decision makers of SMEs would benefit from one-on-one meetings at their own offices.
As part of the Road Show, InApp will showcase their Product Partnership Plan - an end-to-end platform supporting all aspects of product enhancement, maintenance, testing, support, porting and migration. InApp offers Offshore, Onsite and Hybrid delivery models.
Why this RoadShow and why now?
“In the last decade outsourcing benefits have largely accrued to large corporations. We are very excited about the Outsourcing RoadShow that will help SME’s reduce product development costs by 50 to 70 percent. According to a NASSCOM-McKinsey report, the global market for product and technology services, known as outsourced product development, is set to grow to $8-11 billion by 2008. In the last three years, we have been improving our Product Partnership Plan through a tremendously talented engineering team with best practices driven programming and transparent client facing processes. We are attempting to bring the benefits of outsourcing to SMEs, software product development companies and end users” says Rakesh Puri, CEO, US Operations.
To be part of this exciting event, contact InApp at 408-907-2284 or email@example.com. You can get more information and also register at Web Link
InApp is a Software Services Company founded in Palo Alto, California in 1996 by a group having Big 5 Consulting and Project Implementation experience. InApp has offices in California, North Carolina and India. InApp has CMMI Level 3 certification and is slated for Level 5 certification this December.
InApp’s clients includes Fortune 500 companies, UN organizations and Universities in the US, Europe, Middle East and India. Among them are Stanford University, UNDP, Georgetown University, Sun Microsystems, Harvard Law School, Duke University and Trane Corporation.
InApp’s offshore development center in India is located at Technopark, Trivandrum. Complete business solutions are offered for corporate clients in Java, J2EE, .NET, ASP, VB++ and C#. InApp’s solutions span stand-alone, client-server, web services-based and multi-tiered architectures.
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Posted by shockedinsouthgate, a resident of the Southgate neighborhood, on Oct 27, 2006 at 8:01 am
Is the Weekly now putting press releases on their site????
Come on guys. You know this isn't ethical.
Posted by Johnny, a resident of another community, on Oct 27, 2006 at 10:14 am
Why not? If someone wants to post a press release, why should they stop it?
Posted by No commercials, a resident of the Meadow Park neighborhood, on Oct 30, 2006 at 1:00 pm
Because it changes a community forum into a commercial site. Not a good idea.
Posted by Bill Johnson, publisher of the Palo Alto Weekly, on Oct 30, 2006 at 2:41 pm
Bill Johnson is a member (registered user) of Palo Alto Online
You're right. This type of press release doesn't belong on the site. We do want to create an open forum, however, for residents to post stories about virtually anything non-commercial. For example, if someone wants to post a story about their kids soccer game, or the achievements of a Boy Scout's troop, or an upcoming performance of a local musician, etc. We don't want the site to just be about expressing opinions. We have removed commercial postings in the past and this one slipped through. We'll take it down after folks have had a chance to read (and/or comment on) this post.