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The dialogue was focused on how we recruit, train, and find job opportunities for the rural youth and women that we work with. In order to do this effectively we went through our integrated business model highlighting the Anudip and iMerit partnership which functions together to provide iMerit with a specific quality advantage in the ISSP market.
At the end of the day it all comes down to infrastructure. The consistent issue for all ISSPs is the ability to train based on demand. To be able to figure out what clients are looking for. To know what skills they are hoping to leverage in order to have value added services. This is the best way to bridge clients with the right services, and workers with the right projects. What this takes, more than a crystal ball, is an infrastructure that allows us to move quickly into new sectors. We need to up-skill in step with our clients’ needs
Over the past year we’ve been able to do this by consistently adding new IT subject courses and new training centers. 2013 has brought our number of training centers to over 60 and our capacity per quarter to train 2000 students in Basic IT services.
What was so exciting about this visit was the possibility of sharing best practices among all those working in the ISSP space. What innovations have other companies tried that could benefit our work here at iMerit? What ideas can we share that help provide more impact sourcing work to spread across the globe? We’ll be waiting to see what the next step is in this process and of course always ready to help.