USPN Unique Service Provider Network

USPN - the best of West and East

New technologies (such as nanotechnology, sensors, robotics, big data, …) are increasing the demand for software applications enormously and require new business models

WEST

IT market: Demand-driven

Resources: Scarce and competitive

Economy: high costs and income

USPN

An experienced management team in sales and production combines and applies the advantages of both worlds

OST

IT market: supply oriented

Resources: Available and motivated

Economy: Low costs and income

Focus
Projectmanagement

Local Support
Client Service Support
Sales

Focus
Development
IT-Production
DevOps
Backend Support

IT is developing rapidly

  • Reengineering obsolete IT structures Industrialization of
  • IT digitization
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Automation
  • Cloud technologies using different clouds (‘cloud hopping’)
  • Cyber ​​security
  • Embedded Software Technologies / Robotics
  • Multi-channel sales
  • New sourcing strategies
  • Blockchain

There is a strong demand for 'modern' IT services!

but resources are distributed unevenly across Europe

Westeuropa Osteuropa
Negative demographic development: obsolescence among IT specialists, high birth rates are leaving the labor market Positive demographic development and lower average age
too few young IT staff or no on-demand training Good technical training
high fully-burdened labor costs low pay level

The Eastern European labor market offers itself as an optimal resource pool!

  • Western European distribution companies
    analyze current demand, develop innovative solutions and identify proven products and services. The technical implementation takes place in Eastern European development and operating companies (‘IT factories’),

  • the installation at the customer takes place by means of professional service forces on site (project management and implementation)

  • Eastern European companies
    Develop low-cost, high-quality software according to defined standards and offer ‘managed services’ for individual applications, including entire application landscapes and complete data centers in the EU
  • Transfer of established Western European products and companies to Eastern European development in order to reduce them to economic efficiency.