Will Outsourcing Survive Political Noise In U.S.?
June 5, 2011

According to an online article in CFO.com, outsourcing benefits not just large firms but smaller ones too.  Nitish Grover of GLG Research looks at how outsourcing is climbing and the hurdles that it faces, particularly in India. Read more

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Why you can’t stop outsourcing?
October 18, 2010

In most of my blogs I mention somewhere that outsourcing to India from the US and other countries will continue till the time it makes economic sense for businesses to outsource. Proposed legislation against it would not work for the simple reason that businesses are not run on election time contingencies, but are based on the cold facts of efficiency and cost effectiveness. The recent non passage of President Obama’s protectionist legislation may or may not have been foreseen by perceptive analysts, but outsourcing would have continued unabated even if it had been passed. Read more

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Outsourcing Accounting To India
September 5, 2010

Accounting and bookkeeping are tedious tasks for any company. And it makes sense to outsource these tasks, as they are peripheral components of most businesses. However, it is also important to keep in mind that accounting is not just a cakewalk. It in fact requires a great deal of expert knowledge and skill. This also enhances accurate detailing of the company. Read more

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U.S. IT professionals project less-than-stellar attitude amid outsourcing
April 23, 2010

Though U.S. tech giants like Microsoft and IBM have dominated the IT scene for a number of years, there is a dubious question haunting IT professionals in America. With the advent of outsourcing and rising joblessness, it is no wonder that the young graduate in computer science or information technology has much to worry about. Read more

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IT Outsourcing On the Rise, While Offshoring Plummets
March 30, 2010

According to a major UK business survey, IT outsourcing appears to be a growing trend to UK-based suppliers. Read more

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Egypt Offers Incentive Packages for Burgeoning Offshoring Industry
March 25, 2010

CAIRO – One of the emerging destinations in outsourcing is Egypt and its burgeoning offshoring sector is expected to generate $2 billion in revenues toward 2013. That figure is projected to climb to $10 billion in just a decade. The increase in outsourcing is assisted by planned incentives for foreign firms, according to an Egyptian government official. Read more

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IT Outsourcing Buffers Outflow of Funds During Recession
March 17, 2010

IT outsourcing continues to be of great concern to many companies. Most firms are interested in doing what they do best and they are not overly concerned about the technicalities of making software. Hence, the practice of IT outsourcing has become a relevant and dominant practice in modern business. Read more

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Stock Valuations of IT Outsourcing Firms Up
March 13, 2010

The Information Technology business in India has been making progress at a rapid pace converting cost benefits and technical superiority into swelling revenues for the last ten years. Although share prices of these IT firms have dwindled amid the recession phase, they are rebounding as a recovery takes form in developing markets. Read more

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India’s ITES/BPO Industry Turns to Domestic Market, New Geographies in Difficult Times
February 23, 2010

Although the U.S. market is still huge as far as outsourcing is concerned and Europe is an income generator for software outsourcing to India, the downturn in the global economy has made some waves in the domestic market and other new locations. Read more

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India’s true share in the offshoring pie
December 28, 2009

A Professor from the London School of Economics (LSE), Raja Mitra, who is a former World Bank executive has stirred a hornet’s nest with his suggestion that contrary to the hype generally created around India, the country’s share in the global offshore business is only 25%. The earlier McKinsey, NASSCOM, and Everest research estimate was 54%. Read more

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