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What Is BOT And When To Use It

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There are many Build-Operate-Transfer or BOT meaning definitions that you can find around the net. According to Wikipedia, Build-Operate-Transfer is a form of a project when a private or public sector entrusts a project or a facility to a private entity to finance, construct and own it. According to Global Negotiator, Build-Operate-Transfer is the creation and the management of a manufacturing or service faculty for a certain period after transferring it to a local government authority. For this occasion, Mobilunity has developed an infographic, so you can learn about B-O-T and other acronyms that are used by the outsourcing and outstaffing companies.

There are many Build-Operate-Transfer or BOT meaning definitions that you can find around the net. According to Wikipedia, Build-Operate-Transfer is a form of a project when a private or public sector entrusts a project or a facility to a private entity to finance, construct and own it. According to Global Negotiator, Build-Operate-Transfer is the creation and the management of a manufacturing or service faculty for a certain period after transferring it to a local government authority. For this occasion, Mobilunity has developed an infographic, so you can learn about B-O-T and other acronyms that are used by the outsourcing and outstaffing companies.

Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies

Visual Communication - 45%
Design - 60%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 55%

56%

Final Grade

This piece, more of a glossary than an infographic, provides an overview of acronyms associated with outsourcing and staffing. Background illustrations do connect with certain terms, but they don't do quite enough to help communicate what each means. The design style is clear and consistent. A real standout is in the use of color, which helps identify and track acronyms and their full terms. However, as the copy doesn't contain any introduction, the reader may not have a strong sense of the goal of this piece or who the target audience is. Overall, this can be a helpful resource for people already familiar with outsourcing/outstaffing conversations, but it needs a bit more visual and text-based context to target its audience. We'd give this an F.

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