Chennai, Oct 3 (UNI) Carnogie Mellon University's Information Technology Services Qualification Centre (ITSqc) has authorised Anantara Solutions to evaluate organisations that were adopting the university's eSourcing Capability Model for Service Providers (eSCM-SP) and eSourcing Capability Model for Clients (eSCM-CL).
Anantara Solutions was joining a select group of authorised organisations that Carnegie Mellon was training to ensure that there were highly qualified professional teams conducting evaluations that lead to the certification of service providers and clients, a release said here today.
Company CEO G B Prabhat said "this consulting practice, consistent with our vision of Second Generation Oursourcing (SGO), advices our clients on sound outsourcing practices and helps them realise the business value of such practices by participating in implementation." "We are currently servicing customers in eight countries using SGO model," he said, adding "ITSqc's eSCM programme focuses on the entire sourcing lifecycle that certifies the capability of service providers, as well as clients, who wish to measure and improve their sourcing effectiveness." UNI