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    Five outsourcing trends to watch


    With a huge expansion in the number of supplier, the competition for outsourcing contracts is more cutthroat than ever so some significant consolidation is the horizon.  The recent rumors of a merger between information technology heavy weights Infosys Technologies and Capgemini Group suggest that the stars are aligning for some of the significant marriages.  The managing director of business advisory company TPI, Duncan Aitchison told the that even if she rumored Infosys-capgemini merger never materializes it reflects the current market sentiments.  The other industry experts are predicting more merger and acquisition activity in the sector over the next year or two years.

    In the globalization, there has a long been talk of India losing its edge in the offshore outsourcing market.  This includes the warnings of a shortage of skilled workers although a bigger threat to India’s dominance could lie closer to home.  The study by the analyst IDC, Cities in China will overtake their Indian counterparts as the top destinations for offshore global delivery by 2011. It remains unlikely that China will outstrip India in the outsourcing overall.  The trend is for increasing the globalization of the market as more regions seek to cash in on the offshoring boom.

    In developing nations such as Egypt and Poland,  the emerging as source of the offshore labor beyond the so-called BRIC of countries developed.  The trend is not only fo the greater pattern of the diversity in the outsourcing sector.  For the greater specialization as a smaller player seek, to distinguish themselves in an increasingly crowded marketplace.

    In person to person offshoring, the offshoring is more commonly associated with the large-scale business redeployments.  The relocation of a back-office functions is the whole department.  The research suggests that the growing momentum for the redeployments of a much smaller scale business redeployments.  The relocations of a back office functions.  The research suggest that there is a growing momentum for the redeployments of a much smaller scale. The offshoring has reached small businesses and even homes a trend it dubs person to person. The revenue for this sector stood at more than $250 million between April 2006 and March 2007 and it predicts that the value of the P2P offshoring market will rise to more than $2billion by the year of 2015.

    In the Green sourcing,  the rising energy prices have put ecology issues firmly.  It could pressure to demonstrate the green credentials influence businesses outsourcing decisions.  The’s CIO Jury is a pool of chief information officers and other corporate Information Technology professionals who are polled on the various issues.  This is recently revealed that the environmental factors paly a key role in the selection of the technology suppliers and partners.

    A virtual worlds, the rise of virtual worlds as Second Life is making it easier for the companies to justify the hiring offshore for the tasks that may include a building offices or even working as a virtual world meeters and greeters.  The market for outsourced virtual-world services is still very new, although businesses increasingly are taking an interest in the likes of second Life.  The news emerged of a partnership between a Chinese online entertainment company and Entropia Universe, a virtual world with a science fiction theme.  To create a virtual economy that could provide as many as 10,000 jobs.  Outsourcing makes the world easier, people help by the outsourcing in a way of giving a chance to those people who doesn’t have jobs.



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