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 […]
Infosys BPO Ltd., the Business Process Outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys Technologies, was established in April 2002. Since then, it has grown consistently to close FY 2009-10 with revenues of $352.1 million. Our company has centers in India, the Czech Republic, China, the Philippines, Poland, Mexico, the USA, and Brazil, and employs over 19,300 people. Infosys BPO […]
Research by three leading companies finds a new trend in contact center outsourcing: a growing preference for domestic or nearshore locations. Why? Greater ease in managing the engagement and lower risk of alienating important customers due to accent and cultural issues. Today, more companies are increasingly reluctant to consider offshore locations. Read about changing landscape and the forces creating that change.
Software service providers in Eastern Europe are at a crossroads. Here’s a view of the current and future perspectives, advice on selecting a provider, and how to tell if an outsourcing provider is a follower or a leader.
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.
The fight for IT resources gets tougher across Eastern Europe. In Russia many software development companies have seen more success on the local IT market than abroad. The Russian economy finally showed a need for the talented engineers back home. The Polish IT labor pool is almost exhausted and the outsourcing industry in Romania is sold out. Here’s what’s happening.
Deloitte Report: Offshoring in the Financial Services Industry “Forever Changed” by Globalization | Article
A new report from Deloitte Consulting discovered financial institutions are reshaping themselves before our eyes. They will be forever changed by globalization, according to Peter Lowes. Fact: In 2001 less than 10 percent of the financial services industry had moved work offshore. Today, 75 percent have. Here’s what’s really happening.
The next wave of BPO hot spots could well emerge in 2005 as global corporations rethink their sourcing strategies and look beyond cost as the key driver for outsourcing. Here’s our list.