in News on Mar 16, 2011
Last week on Friday Japan was hit by one of the most destructive earthquakes that have ever occurred in the region amounting to 8.9 on the Richter Scale. The strong earthquake further resulted in a tsunami that destroyed wider parts of the country and left numerous death victims as well as several damaged nuclear plants and overall chaos throughout the nation. This blog entry relates the horrible events in Japan to the Indian IT outsourcing sector and explains the affects of the natural disaster on the IT outsourcing industry.
in Outsourcing on Mar 14, 2011
Nature recently demonstrated its destructive power in Japan, where an earthquake destroyed the country and left its citizens under devastating conditions. Not only the shaking earth but its aftermath in forms of strong aftershocks, tsunamis and the explosion of an atomic power plant leave Japan and the rest of the world breathless and in shock.
in Regions on Mar 04, 2011
The latest Economic Survey 2010-11 reveals that India’s future stance in Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO) depends on how the country manages challenges of increasing competition and more complicated client demands. This blog entry provides you with the newest findings laid out in the Economic Survey 2010-11 and the government's interpretation.
in News on Mar 01, 2011
A recently published article in the Guardian reported on a scheme in India that aims to reintegrate Indian prison inmates in Hyderabad by training and employing them in the area of offshore service provision. This blog entry provides you with the whole story surrounding Indian prisoner recruitment for the outsourcing sector.
in Outsourcing on Feb 21, 2011
A recently published Gartner research study reveals that knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) will accelerate significant growth for India’s outsourcing industry. Not only from a financial but also from a service value perspective, KPO represents a lucrative outsourcing segment.