Information Technology
Database Administration

Outsource Database Administration Teams with Emapta

Investing in database administration offers valuable benefits for your company: organized, protected and updated data can give you accurate customer insights, you can have profitable business results stemming from data-driven decision-making, productivity across all departments will rise, and you’re secured against any cybersecurity attacks that could compromise your business. 

You may already have these goals in mind, but the costquality of talent, and the high turnover rate of having an onshore team of database analysts and data administrators (DBAs) are preventing you from investing in this very important aspect of your IT operations. 

IT professional services firms or startups can now access certified database administration developers who are proficient in various database management for a fraction of the cost. These IT professionals can be found in the Philippines and you can partner with database outsourcing companies such as Emapta so you can securely set up your team and get on to work while your BPO provider takes care of the rest – from facilities, HR, admin, to physical and virtual security of your offshore team.  

When you build your offshore database administration outsourcing team with us, they can work either remotely or in one of our 16 offices with 24/7 IT support. 

We also keep your talent upskilled and engaged by offering training programs, certification courses, and even health and wellness activities conducted throughout the whole year to foster a welcoming, productive work culture where they could build their long-term career path in database administration. 


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Looking for a specific data administration outsourcing solution? Talk to our IT Subject Matter Expert with a proven track record and broad experience in building successful IT teams across operations and infrastructure divisions. 


Emapta has in-depth experience in building a team of DBAs who are proficient in data management software/languages such as Oracle, SAP, IBM Db2, MS SQL, and MySQL. To ensure that we hire the right IT professionals required for database query, theory, and design, we either source or train talent with the following database administrator skills and certifications:  

IBM Certified Advanced Database Administrator – DB2 10.1 for Linux, Unix, and Windows 

IBM Certified Database Administrator – DB2 10.1 for Linux, Unix, and Windows 

Oracle Database 12c Administrator Certified Professional 

Oracle MySQL 5.6 Database Administrator Certified Professional 

MCSA SQL Server 2012 

MCSE Data Platform Solutions Expert  


Our database administration teams are often composed of entry-, mid- or senior-level professionals in the following roles: 

Database Administration Team sample setup:

IT Manager 

System Database Administrator 

Development Database Administrator 

Application Database Administrator 

Database Support Specialist 


In this sample setup fit for small to medium organisations, system DBAs are focused on the physical or operational aspects of database management – software installation, configuration, updates, restoration, upgrade, as well as data backups and recovery. Development DBAs specialize in design and maintenance, SQL writing, and DDL generation. Application DBAs are responsible for managing the database software (e.g. CRM or ERP). These DBAs may require assistance from database support specialists, and all of them report to the IT Manager who can oversee database management initiatives and operations.   

If you’re interested in offshoring database administration teams but would like to hear it straight from a peer who has done it, contact us and we can get you referral from one of our existing partners.

Not ready to build a team yetNo worries! We’ve also helped firms who planned to start with hiring 1-2 staff offshore and browse our individual roles.