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Throughout the life of this relationship, Gullview Technologies lower team operating costs, and full lifecycle development approach has enabled the client to realize significant cost savings compared to use of onsite project-based short term contractors. For this client we have saved an average of 20% per billable hour, compared to project based contractors that would be based onsite.
Cost Savings: Throughout the life of this relationship, the Rural Development Center’s lower operating costs, and full lifecycle development approach has enabled the client to realize significant cost savings compared to organic development efforts, or by using local contractors. On average, use of this Rural Software Technology Center model has saved the client an average of 2.3 million dollars per year.
Cost Savings: As the Gullview Technologies team has gained knowledge and experience working with this client, the team has been able to execute project development efforts under budget, reducing project spend. Particularly, with enhancement projects that have companion projects in multiple states, and customers, these cost efficiencies compound, especially since in most cases, the same team members are involved with each of these related projects, substantially reducing knowledge acquisition and team ramp-up costs. Furthermore, in comparison to most short-term contractors that are based onsite at the client's location, billable rates for the Gullview team are approximately 10-20% lower.
Our client, a leading manufacturing company, was more than 3 years into an Industry 4.0 effort to further automate its manufacturing processes and technologies that had given them a leading position in the industry when they were introduced 20 years ago. The planned implementation date for their new application ecosystem, consisting of new eCommerce experience, Engineering and Manufacturing systems, and a multitude of other internal and third-party services, had been pushed back several times, and pressure to launch was high. But in running end-to-end tests, it became clear the system lacked the stability, resilience, and performance it needed, and it was difficult to pinpoint why.
In 2017, a leading transportation and logistics company was struggling with legacy systems that hadn’t evolved with their business model and technology advances. The invoices generated by their ERP system, while sufficient for the initial sale of hardware items, were not usable to support the subscription billing model for services, which were billed manually. Value-added services, which had the potential to be sources of revenue growth, were complicated to implement and properly bill.