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Build Operate Transfer – IT Soft landing services in Mexico.

BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER (BOT)

Our Nearshore Staff Leasing and Virtual Captive leverage ScreenIT’s existing
capabilities and resources to set up a nearshore operation in Mexico.

CLIENT

NEARSHORE 
OPERATION
IN MEXICO

ScreenIT can offer a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) arrangement in which we will run through two main phases: ScreenIT will build and operate your nearshore operation for a certain period of time (Typically 2 years at least), after which we can transfer the entire operation to your own Mexico-based corporation.

BENEFITS FOR YOUR
BUSINESS.

RISK
MITIGATION

By starting your nearshore operation through our services, you are significantly lowering your risk when compared to immediately setting up your own Mexico-based corporation since you will not be making any investments or long-term commitments. Should your operation in Mexico fail, then you will be able to exit without major losses and sunk costs.

CONTROLLED
TRANSITION

The transition phase can be executed in the course of many months during which your management team gradually takes over control of the operation from ScreenIT. This controlled transition will be a lot easier to execute when compared to direct incorporation, in which case your management team in Mexico must be able to perform straight away.

LOCAL
EXPERTISE

ScreenIT has been operating in Mexico and we know how to effectively operate here. During the Build and Operate phase of our BOT arrangement, you can learn from us and use that knowledge to perform an effective transfer.

POST-TRANSFER
SERVICES

ScreenIT can provide you with services even after the transfer of all operations to your own company. Many of our BOT clients, for instance, still opt to use ScreenIT for advisory and consultancy, manpower acquisition, and technical support. It enables them to execute the transition gradually and focus on the core production processes of the nearshore operation before looking at the overhead and support processes.