Tag: Freeborders

Setting up the Engagement Properly and Constantly Rotating Freeborders Personnel, Help Travel Company Compete | Article

Setting up the Engagement Properly and Constantly Rotating Freeborders Personnel, Help Travel Company Compete | Article

When you are outsourcing a huge application development and maintenance (ADM) project to another geography, how do you create teamwork and maintain momentum? Interval International and Freeborders believe there are two factors: constantly rotating the key offshore people onshore and taking the time to prepare in advance. In 2008 Interval International, a vacation exchange company […]

Editor’s Corner: Freeborders’ Jim Reesing | Article

Editor’s Corner: Freeborders’ Jim Reesing | Article

At Freeborders, the buzz word is CHINDUSSM – the amalgam of the best in China, India, and the United States. Jim Reesing, executive vice president, explains why global businesses need a trio of geographies, not a duo in today’s highly volatile business world.

How Outsourcing to China Rescued INVISTA | Article

How Outsourcing to China Rescued INVISTA | Article

INVISTA, which owns brands like Lycra, had promised the industry an online fabric library. The CEO had sent letters to thousands of companies announcing the system would go live by October 4. In June it discovered its supplier was failing. It hired Freeborders, whose teams in the US, Europe, and China delivered the library three weeks early.

How Offshoring to China Saved the Day at DuPont | Article

How Offshoring to China Saved the Day at DuPont | Article

DuPont promised it would deliver its Online Fabric Library at a trade show in Paris. The original developer dropped out three months before the deadline. DuPont turned to Freeborders, a supplier with offices in China. The Chinese team finished the project early. Read why China is becoming an offshore hot spot.