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As the U.S. economy grows bleaker, the reliance on overseas providers of goods and services could be on the downswing as well.

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Commonwealth Technologies, the technology & outsourcing focused arm of the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), is delighted to present the first ever Africa Outsourcing Summit on 27-28 November 2008 at the Hilton Canary Wharf in London, United Kingdom.

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Roadshow Polska has pleasure to invite you to participate in Fourth Annual Outsourcing Forum – which will take place on November 19th, 2008 in Warsaw Hyatt Hotel.

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Outsourcing is reaching new levels of creativity as entrepreneurs figure out more tasks that can be sourced elsewhere.

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The global financial crisis may be leading to doomsday scenarios being painted, but the actual impact will be minimal says Sunil Mehta, country manager of Quint.

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In today’s business environment offshore outsourcing has already grown from the exception to a commonly accepted norm.

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The director of Microsoft Ukraine believes the nation will play a big role in software development. During his interview with the Kyiv Post, Franke said that Ukraine has the potential to become a second India in software development outsourcing.

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Software outsourcing is a new concept which has seen a huge boom in recent years. Software outsourcing refers to a process in which some part of the work is outsourced to other organizations on contractual basis.

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The goal of the conference is to provide valueable information to enterprises to help them understand their role and opportunities in the globalized world economy.

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What does 2008 have in store for the services market? Outsourcing relationships and destinations are changing, and vendor management is as important as ever, according to new analyst reports.

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