Can offshore outsource vendors offer innovative solutions?
November 27, 2011

Recently Forrester Research published a report on offshore vendor innovation. According to the report, close to 41% of companies using offshore outsource providers are not getting any innovative solutions from their providers. Read more

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What is it like working for Infosys?
November 14, 2011

If you are currently in the job market or perhaps you already have a few job offers, you might be wondering what is it like working at Infosys. After all, Infosys is India’s second-largest software exporter as well as a major global software and outsourcing employer. Read more

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Wipro awarded Microsoft Software Development Partner of the Year for cloud based solution
October 2, 2011

Wipro Technologies, consulting and Outsourcing business of Wipro Limited won the 2011 Microsoft Software Development Partner of the Year Award. Microsoft gave the award to Wipro based on the usage of their technologies among all of their partners. Read more

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Essential Components of Service Level Agreement in Outsourcing
September 26, 2011

A service level agreement is very important in outsourcing as it defines and determines the functions and services that the service provider will deliver to its clients along with the amount and quality of such deliverables. A well drafted Service Level Agreement (SLA) takes into account the expectations of the service recipient and the service provider. Read more

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What Small Businesses and Start-ups Need to Know about Outsourcing
September 21, 2011

Even though a lot of people have a negative perception of outsourcing, it is seen by many Western companies as an effective business solution. This was specifically evident during the global financial crisis wherein many firms transferred certain processes to deal with the impact of the situation and keep the business going. Read more

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What are the benefits of outsourcing for SMB’s?
August 23, 2011

The term outsourcing sometimes carries a very negative reputation when you think of large scale companies laying off thousands of their workers when transferring their factories of administration services to developing countries in particular to the BRIC nations. But this popular misconception doesn’t even begin to touch the surface of what the term outsourcing really means, and it fails to address many of the clear benefits that outsourcing can have for many SMB’s (small-medium businesses). Read more

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Anti-Outsourcing Measures Not The Answer To U.S. Job Growth
August 12, 2011

Although there has been much debate on offshoring, and offshoring to India in particular, along with some baggage from the immigration and unemployment status in the U.S., service providers can rest assured that there will still be a bulk of U.S firms investing in the practice.

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Quick Fixes For Outsourcing Relationships That Have Gone Sour
July 28, 2011

According to Danny Ertel’s article on Outsource Magazine, outsourcing relationships are crucial to getting business done. And when they go sour, there’s a myriad alternatives companies and managers can use to keep the relationship alive. Although outsourcing has been around for more than twenty years, most deals go bad eventually. Worse – companies keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again. Read more

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Mumbai attack increases onshore outsourcing
July 20, 2011

The recent bomb attack on Mumbai, killing at least twenty people and wounding more than fifty, is one in a series. According to Wikipedia are “as of 2006, at least 232 of the country’s 608 districts afflicted, at differing intensities, by various insurgent and terrorist movements. In August 2008, National Security Advisor M K Narayanan has said that there are as many as 800 terrorist cells operating in the country”. And accordingly to The Economist will the situation not improve anytime soon: “Indian intelligence fears that young Muslims in the country are growing more radical.” Read more

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U.K. Company ‘Backsourcing’ Work From India Due To Higher Real Estate & Salary Costs
July 14, 2011

An online report by the Economic Times said that a company in the U.K. is ‘backsourcing’ work after determining that outsourcing to India is not cheaper than getting the work done in the U.K. Read more

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