April 15, 2011

Developing Markets for IT Outsourcing

some might argue that the major aim of out sourcing is to get the best possible quality in the lowest possible price. taking this concept as a way of work for IT services, it is interesting to know that  India is number four on the top five list of customer satisfaction in a survey done in the UK’s top IT spenders. Last year the percentage of UK companies that outsource IT services in India jumped from 47% to 57%. Moreover, the experts are expecting the Indian outsourcing market to grow in the next ten years and that new IT outsourcing markets to grow in the future such as the Egyption market.

businesses are becoming more globally managed. the physical location of a company is run by people from all over the world. 

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  1. I think that for some SME, in some case it is good to utilize the outsoucring. It may reduce the risks and costs

    17 Apr 2011, 14:15

  2. yes I agree on the “in some cases part” it is important to study the outsourced service and its implications carefully before making a decision.

    19 Apr 2011, 01:18

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