Tag: Asia Pacific
Infosys Builds Outsourcing Partnership in Mining Sector to Solve Procurement Labor Shortages and Integrate PO with FAO | Article
What happens in an outsourcing relationship when the two partners are willing to go beyond each of their comfort zones to solve an intractable problem? Answer: a win-win for both partners as well as the relationship itself. This is the story of how Rio Tinto, a leading international mining group, and Infosys BPO, its outsourcing […]
3i Infotech is a global Information technology company with a broad range of solutions. In 1999 we started off with just two offerings: application development & maintenance and IT infrastructure services. In addition, there was a team handling the back-office transaction processing work for the ICICI Bank, a NYSE-listed organization. We have expanded our portfolio […]
Neusoft is the largest IT solutions and services provider in China and your premier BPO partner in China. To date, Neusoft has set up six software bases, eight regional headquarters, and a comprehensive marketing and service network in over 40 cities across China. In the global marketplace, we have also incorporated subsidiaries in the United […]
Offshore activities are nothing new for Europe. But what’s new is nearshoring is now starting to be internal to the EU, especially in Eastern Europe. Read why this is happening, what kinds of work are best for this region, and which suppliers are currently dominating the landscape.
A Scottish surgeon had a vision of being able to improve the health of people in Hong Kong by supplying them with cows’ milk kept free from contamination. To that end, in 1886, he and five Hong Kong businessmen incorporated Dairy Farm and imported a herd of dairy cattle in order to lower the price of milk, thereby increasing profits for company shareholders..
International outsourcing embraces several common factors: the creation of value, the introduction of concepts, the portability of technology. Then there are the uncommon: language and culture. We’ve heard it over and over again. The supplier community’s biggest concern is getting and retaining qualified people, said Steven Leakey, EDS’ former director of marketing and business development for Asia/Pacific. But it’s an even bigger and more complex concern for the international outsourcing marketplace.