Incorporated in 1985, Covansys Corporation is a global technology services company with a focus on industry-specific solutions, strategic outsourcing and integration services. It addresses the most challenging technology issues companies are facing through an onsite, offsite, offshore delivery model that helps their clients achieve rapid deployment, world-class quality and reduced costs.
Covansys' broad range of technical skills, commitment to delivery and industry-specific solutions have attracted and retained hundreds of satisfied clients. Currently, Covansys provides services to a broad spectrum of clients in a variety of industries including financial services, retail and distribution, manufacturing, healthcare, public sector, and telco/ utilities/ transportation. Covansys recognized early on that quality was a critical priority and has had its quality assurance rated by the top organizations through the years.
It believes the primary competitive factors in its business are price, quality and scope of service. Their competitors consist primarily of medium to large information system integrators. Depending on the nature of the engagement, their competitors are located domestically and offshore.
Covansys' strategy has been to focus on its core competencies and to deliver high quality solutions to its clients. The Company offers specific solutions designed for targeted vertical markets which rely heavily upon systems integration and/or outsourcing services. These solutions are primarily offered in the financial services, retail and distribution, manufacturing, healthcare, public sector, and telco/utilities/transportation sectors. Consistent with this strategy, Covansys has developed proprietary software and solution frameworks to meet its clients' needs. In all industries – whether or not an industry specific solution has been developed - Covansys offers customizable outsourcing and integration services. Covansys' strategic outsourcing offerings include application maintenance and development outsourcing (AMD/O), full outsourcing, and business process outsourcing/ information technology enabled services (BPO/ITES). Integration services include customer development, e-business solutions, data warehousing, legacy systems modernization, packaged software implementation, upgrades and enhancement and document management.
[...] To be more specific; there is a demand within the organization for the resource to be assigned in a project. The supply for manpower is available in the internal market (that is within the organization) and external market (which is dealt with by the Recruitment Department or Sourcing Department). Therefore RMG facilitates the supply chain activity based on the: -skill set -urgency of requirement. RMG basically deals with the Internal Recruitment (which is fulfilled by the RP ie; Resource Partner). [...]
[...] Software and ITES exports from India estimated at US$ 23.4 billion during 2005-06 was up 32 per cent from the previous year PROJECTED REVENUES 2008 US billion) TABLE India Based Delight customers with Encourage teamwork and seek outstanding quality enrichment in diversity Employees are our primary assets Shareholders keep us in business Ensure fair rewards & career Maximize returns for growth for performance shareholders Treat employees with respect and Be a socially responsible dignity corporate citizen AWARDS AND CERTIFICATION In 2006, Covansys India received the Top Exporter Award among the industries operating out of the Jurisdiction of Madras Export Processing Zone, Chennai. [...]
[...] Special librarians can also introduce newcomers to other employees in the firm who share their professional interests STATEMENT OF PROBLEM “Study of need for Mentoring, type and the duration of Mentoring preferred within Covansys for the New Employees / Trainees.” 3.4 TITLE OF THE PROJECT Assessing the Need For Mentoring the New Employees / Trainees within Covansys and Identifying the Areas where Mentoring is needed OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY To assess the need for mentoring within the organization among the newly recruited trainees. [...]
[...] From among the respondents feel it is important to be mentored in dealing with conflict feel it is slightly important and only 12% feel it is very important and not important respectively feel it is not at all important. 40% feel it is important to be mentored in identifying gaps and obstacles in efficiency feel it is very important and16% feel it is slightly important. Only feel it is not important and not at all important to receive mentoring in this field. [...]
[...] A successful and respected professional (referred to as the mentor) works with another professional (referred to as the protégé) who seeks to grow and advance in the organization. Beyond individual training and development, mentoring serves additional purposes in an organization. In the big picture, effective mentoring provides organizations with a number of advantages: Projection of a strong and positive employer brand; Greater employee loyalty; Increased retention; Promotion of underrepresented candidates; and Advancement of talented individuals ARE MENTORING AND SUPERVISING SAME? [...]
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