In today’s competitive world processes and products can be copied and your competition can beat you at your own game. In order to stay ahead of the game, we as a company continuously improvise, innovate, and identify recruiting processes that are unique and different to perform any activity or a task related to staffing engagements.
For example; improvisation in terms of cost efficiency (such as ReCAP), innovation in terms of building a employee centric sourcing model (such as ReRM), and identification of techniques that elevate an ‘ordinary process’ to an ‘extraordinary process’ (such as xSM).
4Ci has contracts with customers that have business needs which are ad-hoc, tactical, and strategic in nature. It is impossible for one strategy to meet all their needs. Hence, our staffing model has to be more in line with customer’s business model, in other words, establishing a true customer centric staffing model.
Ad-hoc sourcing methods are used when there are no pre-determined needs within the company or the needs are constantly changing.
Procurement of contingent labor for ad-hoc business needs requires the ability to quickly ramp up /down of personnel, established network of pre-qualified personnel, access to resources, and high caliber recruiters.
4Ci’s unique staffing methodology (ReSAM) is structured to support ad-hoc, tactical, and strategic business needs of our customers without compromising on quality of services and business risks.
Tactical sourcing methodology is used where a large percentage of staffing needs are pre-determined and timelines for on-boarding consultants are largely defined for the duration of project.
This methodology is most commonly used to staff large scale, multi-year projects where use of technology, manpower skills, software products, business needs are pre-determined and major changes are not expected during the term of the contract. 4Ci’s ReSAM staffing model is structured to support ad-hoc, tactical, and strategic business needs of our customers without compromising on quality of services and business risks.
Strategic sourcing goes beyond staffing a project with personnel.
As a supplier we take the ownership of staffing a fixed percentage or fixed number of positions for duration of the contract.
Driven by collaborative approach and fixed price across all labor categories, strategic approach results in higher operational efficiency and quality of service with overall reduction in cost of services.