IT outsourcing providers have been opening more service centers in the U.S. with Seattle, San Francisco and Toronto emerging as hot spots for digital services.
Global CIOs must begin planning now for the impact of Brexit on their IT services and outsourcing strategies.
The uncertainty of the future of the H-1B visa program is causing businesses to take a closer look at U.S. IT service delivery locations.
Political uncertainty, digital disruption, and continued competition could significantly slow IT services growth over the next three years.
Without dedicated and ongoing governance, carefully negotiated and documented rights in an outsourcing contract run the risk of not being enforced, and the relationship that develops may look nothing like what you envisioned.
The outsourcing process doesn’t have to be a marathon if you invest time and effort preparing for a more iterative transaction process.
Global politics, data demands and rapidly advancing technology needs will make 2017 a time of critical decision-making for IT leaders.
Indian providers prepare for possible H-1B visa reforms that could increase onshore costs by 20 percent for IT outsourcing companies who depend on the temporary worker visa program.