ESAR Infotech has started its journey in 2014 with its products, Roster – a complete accounting program, specially designed for the all big and small businesses; Umbrella – a complete reference of Instituttion Management System with Library and Payroll, specially designed for the all Institutions; Docere – specially designed for the Press and Publishers and many more that became the milestone of Indian Software Industry.
Our Mission is to develop world class, cost effective IT solutions and deliver them to our clients through motivated workforce, so that we can satisfy all the needs of our clients, and that they cannot find any other IT company that could have done their job better.
ESAR Infotech is a diversified software service provider headquartered in India. We offer high quality offshore and onsite software services to the software development companies and end users on a broad range of hardware and software platforms and leading technologies. ESAR Infotech’s technology solutions and software product offerings are for building business, financial, manufacturing, telecom and e-business applications.
HOW WE WORK
Too many content marketing programmes fall down because they simply cannot produce material to a high enough quality in time to make a difference.
We use a hub and spoke model for content creation.
As a client, you???ll be assigned an executive editor who???ll create your content marketing strategy and oversee content creation.
Your other key contact is a project manager dedicated to delivering your content on time and on budget.
Your editor ensures that the content we produce for you is on-message and works as hard as possible to deliver against your marketing objectives.
We learn and build from everything we do to continuously improve the results you get.
WHY CHOOSE US?
We named our company Content because it signifies what we offer, how our clients respond to our work and how we feel about delivering it.
Our work meets the brief, takes the weight off clients??? shoulders and leaves them delighted with the results.
We achieve this because:
Having worked for leading companies across virtually all sectors, we understand commerce and the challenges faced by in-house and agency communications teams.
We have worked with communications professionals in all disciplines, both in-house and agency-side. This means we fit seamlessly into new or existing teams and, if required, are always happy to put clients in touch with other specialists.
We always want to do well by our clients: we care about their reputation as much as we do about ours. This is partly professional pride, partly personal ethics. Doing a good job really matters to us.
In concurrent engineering projects, tasks are usually interdependent among each other that require much iteration before completion where the critical path method/program evaluation and review technique may not be applicable to help estimate the project duration. In addition, carrying out a large-scaled project in a dynamic environment has to deal with various factors at the same time. When estimating the project completion time, previous research often focused on one subject of interest and assumed the other factors causing little effect on the overall project duration. The objective of this article is to develop a research framework to help estimate the project completion time and analyze the major factors that affect the estimation for complex concurrent engineering projects. The framework consists of three major components: (1) data collection, where the needed data for simulation are prepared including project task structure, task relations, and quantified team member characteristics; (2) simulation, where tasks are dynamically assigned to the appropriate members/engineers according to each member’s knowledge level of the task, teamwork capability, work schedule availability, and learning curve improvement; and (3) data analysis, where significant factors to the project completion time are studied based on the simulation results. The effectiveness of our framework and the simulation model is demonstrated by an illustrative example.