More and more people in the U.S. are now asking the question, “Is it possible for my job to be outsourced?” Read more
According to published reports, Tata Technologies has put into effect plans to employ 400 engineers at its technical facility near Detroit. This hiring expansion will collaborate with new auto manufacturing that is ongoing in the U.S. and Canada, reports breitbart.com. Tata Technologies is a Tata Motors subsidiary.
With companies like Infosys adding more and more personnel to their American workforce, their presence in the U.S. is growing. Although there have been some tight scrutiny over alleged H1B visa manipulation by the outsourcing giant, Infosys has enjoyed a noteworthy reputation for global IT outsourcing. It is among the top three outsourcing firms in India. Read more
Consultant firm, Gartner has said that the Indian domestic bpo outsourcing market is supposed to grow 23% to $1.4 billion in 2011. In comparison, the figures for the bpo market in India tagged at $1.1 billion. Read more
According to study, India’s flagship industry – outsourcing – has seen a 55% increase in its attrition rate. Read more
Job creation by Filipino business processing outsourcers and call centers is likely to go up 1.3 million, said the IT-BPO Roadmap of Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP). This is considering the fact that the Philippines will improve its private-public partnership and the quality and quantity of the country’s talent supply. Read more
Outsourcing has been a mainstay since the 1970s, when it was first introduced into big business. It has caught up in popularity in the 80s and has involved into a global phenomenon. Most firms now acknowledge that partnering with a process outsourcing vendor has numerous advantages. Outsourcing is so much a staple in the industry that even small businesses have jumped on the bandwagon to outsource. Read more
Medical outsourcing is a trend that is more and more common amid the rise in international healthcare. Patients from around the world are traveling to hotspots where medical costs are less expensive. This is especially relevant in the wake of the health reform in the U.S. and the inability for people to afford health insurance. Read more