Presentation on theme: "In Search of New Business Models o Why Are These Models Emerging? o What Is Different? o Do They Have Something in Common? o Does Size Really Matter? (And."— Presentation transcript:
B6: In search of new business models milengo Adam Blau
Creating Production Efficiencies Subcontracting models are removed –Greater resource management and transparency. –Alliance offices communicate directly with client’s worldwide offices or validating team. Scale, centralize and organize internal resources –Member’s specialized skills are optimized to best meet the client’s relationship requirements. –Centralization of non-linguistic services at low-cost offices. –All work performed in the same company, coordinated by the alliance global project manager.
Formation of “complex” relationships Alliances can adapt and respond to client’s multifaceted communication, linguistic and technological requirements and wishes. Unified production workflow. Unified technology platforms. In-country teams collaboratively working together. Creating Production Efficiencies
Alliance members are not rotated or easily replaced. As a result: Localization workflow protocol designed and improved with each further project. Project manager and alliance members develop in-depth insight into the client’s processes. Potential improvements are discussed internally as how best to leverage alliance strengths in order to benefit the client relationship. Creating Learning Efficiencies
Non-competitive collaboration –Draw on a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience to raise the overall performance level. Where one member excels in engineering, the other compliments in DTP insights. Best-step practices and new ideas are shared between alliance members to benefit its clients. Training and assistance is shared between members of the alliance Creating Learning Efficiencies