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Quality of IT graduates elevates Indonesia as a software development outsourcing destination

Bali headquartered software development company Mitrais is enjoying significant growth in its Australian client base because of the quality of the IT graduates it employs and its internal training program for graduates, now in its third year.
  • 29 July, 2009 11:26

<p>The ability to recruit and train top quality graduates from Indonesia’s specialized IT universities is a critical factor in the decision of many Australian companies to outsource software development to Bali headquartered Mitrais, according to vice president of software development, Mike Page.</p>
<p>He was commenting on the fact that Indonesia has risen a further step up the ladder of most attractive outsourcing destinations to enter the top five according to global management consulting firm, A.T. Kearney’s latest Global Services Location Index (GSLI).</p>
<p>“The ability to recruit top quality graduate software engineers and our internal training and competency assessment program, combines with a near shore location and cost advantages to underpin the growth in our Australian client base.</p>
<p>“Our current graduate intake completes its three month internal training course at the end of August. This is the 8th course we have run in the 3 years since the scheme was launched.”</p>
<p>“Our experience bears out what A.T. Kearney is saying about the growing importance of the quality of the labor pool,” Mike Page said.</p>
<p>While India and China retain the top three spots they have occupied since the inaugural GLSI in 2004, a fundamental shift in the index has taken place as central European countries have yielded ground to countries in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.</p>
<p>Mr. Norbert Jorek, a partner with A.T. Kearney and managing director of its Global Business Policy Council said “ while cost remains a major driver in decisions about where to outsource, the quality of the labor pool is gaining importance as companies view the labor market through a global lens driven by talent shortages at home, particularly in higher, valued-added functions,”</p>
<p>The GLSI analyses and ranks the top 50 countries worldwide for locating outsourcing activities, including IT services and support. Each country’s score is composed of a weighted combination of relative scores on 43 measurements which are grouped into three categories: financial attractiveness, people and skills availability and business environment.</p>
<p>Indonesia overtook Brazil to rise to number five in the ranking of the latest survey.</p>
<p>For further information please visit www.atkearney.com</p>
<p>About Mitrais</p>
<p>Mitrais was established in 2000 to develop excellence in software development using Indonesia as a base of operations. Its objective is to be the leading near shore provider of application development services to the Australian IT industry and a significant player in other countries. Mitrais is a Microsoft Gold Certified developer, an Oracle Partner and has also certified products in SAP NetWeaver. In 2004 the company entered the health Industry, developing the Mitrais Medical Suite which it sells globally. In 2007 it absorbed Mincom Indoservices to extend its operations into the sale and support of mining software (in particular from Mincom) in Indonesia. With offices in Bali, Jakarta and Singapore, Mitrais has more than 80 clients and employs more than 300 staff. For further information visit www.mitrais.com</p>
<p>For further information please contact:</p>
<p>Mr David Magson
CEO
Mitrais
Ph: 1100 62 361 75025
Mobile: 1100 62 815 5800 1004</p>
<p>Produced and issued by Infotech Marketing and Communications. Contact Mike Vanderkelen Ph (07) 54782177 Mobile 0408116911</p>

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