BPO Industry Steers Office Leasing In Manila
March 18, 2011

According to published reports, the bpo sector is driving the market for office leasing in metropolitan Manila and other similar cities in the Philippines. The annual demand for office space in Manila tags at 250,000 square meters, reports mb.com. Read more

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Visa & Tax Fraud Charges Against Infosys
March 17, 2011

According to Indian media reports, outsourcing giant Infosys Technologies has been charged with visa and tax fraud, following litigation from a U.S. employee. Read more

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Revised Outsourcing Standards For U.S. & International Contracts To Be Implemented In June
March 17, 2011

Despite the political rhetoric behind outsourcing and President Obama’s warning to curb shipment of jobs overseas, outsourcing jobs from the U.S. to other nations is on the rise, reports news.cincinatti.com. Read more

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Outsourcing SEO To India Helps Companies To Focus On Core Competencies
March 13, 2011

Outsourcing SEO is a trend. It allows companies to focus on core competencies while experts take care of the SEO work. Offshore vendors are often very specialized in SEO and can do a better job than a company can have it done inhouse. This can also translate into monetary advantages. Read more

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Everest Group: Outsourcing Growth Tags At 6% In 2010
March 13, 2011

According to a report by the Everest Group, outsourcing worldwide added 6 percent in 2010 in comparison with 2008. Transactions were at its highest in 36 months in Q4. Everest Group is a consultant and research group with an advisory role in global services. Read more

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Mixed Forecasts On IT Outsourcing Growth For 2011
March 11, 2011

There is a difference of opinion about the outlook on IT outsourcing in 2011. Some outsourcing giants say that demand for outsourcing will beat the figures for last year, while some say that the growth observed in the industry during 2010 was accidental. Read more

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India’s Telecom Outsourcing Suffers Blow From Investigations
March 9, 2011

After IBM’s recent engagement with Bharti proved to be a huge success, outsourcing from Indian telecom operators was projected to result in $1 billion in business to service providers.  However, the impending value potential of these contracts has come to a halt after investigations concerning irregular procedures in spectrum licenses have placed multi-million agreements in jeopardy. Read more

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Wipro CEO: “Middle East Political Crisis Worries Me”
March 8, 2011

India’s Wipro Ltd.’s global IT business wing, Wipro Technologies, has announced that the recent political turmoil in the Gulf area stemming from an uprising in Egypt could affect recovery in the outsourcing industry. Read more

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Dalian, China’s Outsourcing Star With Export Revenues Of $1.8 Billion
March 8, 2011

Dalian is a Chinese city and it is one of twenty-one cities in China that is involved in outsourcing. In fact, Dalian is a model outsourcing city with revenues of $1.8 billion exports and sales revenues of $8.1 billion in 2010. This is a whopping 28.6% and 33.75% increase from year ago figures. Incidentally, outsourcing offers 100,000 employees with jobs in Dalian. Read more

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American Firms Continue To Outsource While Other Countries Tackle Unemployment
March 6, 2011

According to an article in politcususa.com, American companies are shipping their jobs to overseas countries, making countries that retain jobs in their own countries economically stronger. Read more

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