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When calculating the number of professionals, considered were only those IT specialists that are involved into IT Outsourcing services less administrative personnel.


 

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Annual cost per profess-sional means how much the end customer should pay for the services of one IT specialist yearly. This includes: salary, taxes, office facilities, etc.

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Plenty has changed in the field of offshore outsourcing, which has evolved from a little-used practice to a mature industry in less than a decade. And plenty of change lies ahead.

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S&T takes a clear stance regarding the current industry discussions about the strategic value of IT: IT strategy must support companies’ business objectives and cannot be developed and implemented solely with the aim of reducing costs.

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Women have played a key role in technology from the first computer program in the 1800s to C-level leadership positions today. How will outsourcing and offshoring affect their roles in the future?

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CIOs and technology managers are less strategic than they were a year ago. CIOs and technology managers are less strategic than they were a year ago, pondering job jumps and still struggle to deliver projects on time and under budget. Yet these folks want to be more intertwined with their respective businesses.

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The temptation to sign long-term contacts is great, especially when some outsourcers sweeten the deal with deep discounts of up to 25% for 10-year renewals.

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New brooms sweep clean. And often, in business arenas, the broom has outsourcing on it, especially in company cultures where the practice already flourishes.

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Currently Ukraine boasts the fastest-growing software development Industry in Eastern Europe. In its study Goaleurope, an Eastern European advisory firm, estimated the size of the outsourcing industry in Ukraine reached over US$246 million in 2006 and employed over 7,500 people, and the figures are increasing.

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Hungary, a beautiful country conveniently located in Central Europe, successfully made a transition from a centrally planned to a market economy at the end of the 1980s.

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