Satyam Auditor Price-WaterHouse Allowed To Cross Examine Execs In Fraud Case
June 8, 2011

Price-WaterHouse (PW) has won a significant struggle with capital markets regulatory body, Securities and Exchange Board of India over Satyam Computer Ltd.’s falsification of funds, which led to a scandal in 2008. Read more

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Serco Makes Strategic Move, Acquiring Intelenet to Increase International Outsourcing Exposure
June 6, 2011

Although the deal is expensive, Britain’s Serco plans to acquire Indian outsourcer, Intelenet, for approximately $634 million. This will be an initiative to drive growth into overseas market that has high-growth. Read more

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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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Offshoring, The Dark Side Of Globalization
June 5, 2011

More and more people in the U.S. are now asking the question, “Is it possible for my job to be outsourced?” Read more

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Tata Technologies, Leader In Engineering Outsourcing Expands Hiring In Detroit
June 3, 2011

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.
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Infosys Lawsuit Reignites Indian Visa Controversy
June 2, 2011

The buzz from the Infosys lawsuit last year seems to be flaring up again. After Jack Palmer, an Infosys consultant alleged that the outsourcing giant requested that he ink documents stating that company employees were traveling to the U.S. to participate in meetings. This implied that these Infosys employees were not working during their stay in the U.S.; this was seen as a means of bypassing the stringent H1B visa laws. Read more

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India’s IT Outsourcers Report Increase In Earnings, Indicating Offshoring Demand
May 30, 2011

Despite a lag in the economy, Indian outsourcing service providers are riding a wave of increased revenues according to reports for the latest quarter. The recession brought on a decreased demand for IT outsourcing, particularly as companies decreased discretionary spending. Read more

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Indian Outsourcer Satyam On The Rebound
March 2, 2011

According to an article in IDG News, Satyam, India’s infamous outsourcing giant is on the rebound from a corporate scandal. The company’s net profits and revenue are reportedly up from Q3 ending in December 2010. Read more

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Wipro Shuffles IT Management After Reporting Less Net Profit Than Outsourcing Rivals
January 25, 2011

Reports say that outsourcing giant, Wipro, has made changes to its outsourcing management. The move comes on the heels of its profit growth report that revealed less net profit than its competitors. One company that releases earnings earlier was rival, Infosys. 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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