India is synonymous with offshoring. But in this guest post NOA board member Debra Maxwell who is global BPO director at Arvato where heads up
The Indian Data protection law, which was introduced a couple of months ago, created uncertainty in the outsourcing sector.
The new law looked like putting lots of extra work on suppliers providing BPO.
Could the double dip recession provide the straw that breaks the camel's back in terms of IT offshoring?
The Indian IT services sector thinks so. This article in the Economic Times of India displays a bit of confidence in the face of economic turmoil in the US, despite a large part of...
I blogged yesterday and asked for people's views on public sector organisations offshoring IT work.
Birmingham City Council is facing a backlash after its decision to offshore work and the Department of Work and Pensions having to deal with industrial action as a result of its supplier,...
I recently spoke to a member of the Unite union who said Birmingham City Council's plan to outsource 100 of its staff are still hanging in the balance.
SunGard Availability is opening two facilities in India that will provide customers with workplaces in the event of their own premises being unusable.
The growth in offshore IT services has meant that many Western businesses have business critical operations in low cost locations such as...
It appears that an elected body of people, Birmingham City Council (BCC), is listening to the people that elected them and reconsidering sending their jobs offshore.
Is a combination of factors making India less attractive as a centre for delivering services to the UK?
Jean Louise Bravard, director at sourcing broker Burnt-Oak Partners, believes the gap between offshore and onshore is closing.
He says there is currently a trend that is seeing...
Because I write about IT outsourcing I often forget that the proportion of IT outsourced is only a fraction of the work that is done in-house.
There is massive potential for growth with loads of greenfield sites. This is multiplied when it comes to offshoring.
I recently met an...