Increasing demand for its cost-effective IT outsourcing services has led the company to revamp its website in an effort to better tell its unique story to the market from three different perspectives.
Amerishore, a wholly owned subsidiary of Neudesic, partners with colleges and universities to provide businesses with teams of eager student associates, trained by top Amerishore technology experts to deliver quality support for low risk, high return IT projects at prices similar to offshore outsourcing.
The new website focuses on what Amerishore General Manager Tracy Derr calls the "win, win, win” proposition that makes Amerishore unique in the market. "Businesses are able to quickly staff IT projects and keep costs down,” said Derr. "At the same time, students learn skills and gain experience that will help them advance their careers. But the best part is America’s future as a leader in technology is strengthened by the development of its future technology professionals.”
Amerishore’s student associates are chosen for their leadership traits and passion for technology. "The Amerishore program is truly groundbreaking. We had a chance to use real technology in a real corporate setting,” said student associate Tom Huynh, a senior at University of Houston.
Businesses that used to look overseas for IT support are quickly beginning to see the value Amerishore brings. "We get a good product at rates that are comparable to those offshore,” said Joe McKernan, CIO of Amerishore customer VALIC.
Educational institutions across the country are seeking partnerships with Amerishore to help them fill manpower shortages. "I’ve seen this over and over again,” said Michael Parks, associate professor at Bauer College. "Large companies call up and say we’ve been outsourcing a lot, and it’s not always working out. We need some new people.”
For more information about the Amerishore story, visit http://www.amerishore.com, or find Amerishore on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.