Jul 24, 2015
From the Shared Services and Outsourcing Institute
An article from The Wall Street Journal
The value of outsourcing deals signed in 2014 across the globe shrank 17% to $120.4 billion from $145.5 billion a year earlier, according KPMG research.
As more companies ditch their own data centers for cloud storage and replace custom-made software with off-the-shelf cloud versions, the need for coders and technicians has fallen drastically, undercutting India’s low-cost-labor advantage.
In this article, leaders of several prominent India-based outsourcing providers comment on the trend toward cloud computing.
Read India’s Outsourcing Firms Change Direction as ‘Cloud’ Moves In on www.wsj.com.
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