Managed Staff Augmentation

Managed Staff Augmentation

“With our Managed IT Staff Services, Companies can focus more on their core”

It has been seen that some companies try to grow faster by investing heavily, by doing so these companies reach their greatest risks when the market fluctuates. Another way to grow the business is the lean way which takes time and resources.

At Greysoft, we have been very effective to solve this problem for our clients. By providing Managed IT Staff, we assure our clients with the best technological know-how which in turn increases their business efficiency.

Hiring managed staff is the best way to get the optimum output and ROI as companies no longer have to micro-manage the IT staff and can focus only on the core-tasks to be done. We have two models to serve “Onsite” and “Hybrid”


“Hybrid Model” is the most flexible approach when it comes to managed IT services. There are some projects which involve outsourcing in the initial phase while critical things are involved. After the initial phase, as complexity reduces these projects are then handed over to the onsite staff. So, the Hybrid model can have the best of both the worlds (onsite staff and outsourcing).

The Hybrid approach allows companies to deliver value through flexibility and speed. It’s the multi-faceted model which can have different approaches for different requirements.

Some of the salient features of Hybrid Staff Augmentation are:

  1. 1.Flexibility and scalability.
  2. 2.Timely delivery.
  3. 3.Customized as per the requirement.
  4. 4.Cost effective.
  5. 5.Control.


Onsite Managed Staff Augmentation services help organizations to improve access to industry and enhance the technical knowledge by reducing the internal training and skill development requirements, providing the right resources at the right time.

With onsite staff, the organizations can augment their speed of activities and performances to access market at a faster rate. For constantly updating projects, companies prefer “Onsite” model as the management remains in direct contact with the staff, thus creating a “lean minimalistic management approach”.