Global, demographic, political and economic trends are forcing talent strategists and risk managers to balance cost, risk, quality and capabilities while determining where and how work will be performed. Talent strategists and the C-suite are striving for a balanced talent strategy with alternatives for engaging a contingent workforce. Domestic Outsourcing is a talent alternative that meets requirements for proximity, delivery speed, business agility, compliance and regulatory, while capitalizing on location strategy.
Corporations are leveraging domestic outsourcing, also referred to as on-shoring, as a solution to:
Shift work from high-cost U.S. cities to medium-to-low cost U.S. cities;
Address the pockets of talent scarcity they are experiencing at the skill levels they need and at the price point they are willing to pay; and
Enhance capability and capacity without increasing their fixed cost structure.
Genesis10’s domestic outsourcing capabilities diversify access to talent to cities across the U.S. where otherwise our clients do not have a physical presence. Instead of the consultants working onsite within the client's four walls or in a remote capacity, the Genesis10 consultants work from a Genesis10 operated, highly collaborative Delivery Center to provide support services. Each Genesis10 Delivery Center is SSAE-18 Certified, providing heightened rigor in the controls and processes we use to support delivery.
Genesis10 provides our clients with value that includes, but is not limited to:
"The Delivery Center is about stripping away complexity. Instead of working onsite with our clients, we work from a Genesis10 location where consulting services are provided from another location. There is no corporate noise as I like to say. We don’t get bogged down with corporate politics or other expectations to climb the corporate ladder. We simplify at Genesis10, just focus on our work and delivering on projects, which enables us to get things done."
– Emily L.
Kansas City Delivery Center
“...We were living in a rental situation with the threat of having to pack up again and move within six month. Needless to say, the prospect was not sitting well with my family. A Genesis10 recruiter contacted me to explore an opportunity that would allow me to re-settle down in Atlanta and give my family the stability that we wanted… we needed, I was skeptical. The situation seemed similar to the one I was in, but the recruiter assured me the work would stay in Atlanta. And, so far, that has proven to be true.”
– Reginald K.
Atlanta Delivery Center