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An ever-growing amount of business information, the increasingly pervading perception of data as a key asset, and new requirements like mobility, as well as economic constraints and tightening compliance requirements, all contribute to intense and often conflicting pressures on IT departments.

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An ever-growing amount of business information, the increasingly pervading perception of data as a key asset, and new requirements like mobility, as well as economic constraints and tightening compliance requirements, all contribute to intense and often conflicting pressures on IT departments.

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In modern business environment major IT companies often practice outsourcing the development part to offshore companies specializing in particular sphere or industry domain (e.g. Telecommunications or GIS/Mapping Solutions) as it is the way to cut their expenses on software development and design by 20-30%.

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TEAM International is outlining the key trends to be anticipated in the international offshore outsourcing market in 2009.

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In this article we would like you to get acquainted with main outsourcing trends predicted for the next few years. Some of them start emerging nowadays. We tried to present here trends that can really affect the outsourcing industry.

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Annual Shared Services and Outsourcing Week 2009 is a global series of regional flagship events designed to bring together everybody who’s anybody in the combined worlds of captive shared services and outsourcing.

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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Outsourcing Unit published a report titled “Beyond BRIC”.

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The world is now deep enough into the current recession that it’s possible to draw some clear conclusions as to how the global outsourcing market is being affected.

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Despite the natural advantages of outsourcing – cost-cutting, headcount reduction and ability to refocus on core competencies – offering a major positive in troubled times, firms are naturally suspicious of each other, knowing that financial stability cannot be taken for granted.

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Commonwealth Business Council Technology, the technology & outsourcing focused arm of the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), in association with CyberMedia (India) is delighted to present the first ever Africa Outsourcing Summit on 23-24 February 2009 at the Hilton Canary Wharf in London, United Kingdom.

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