Offshoring is "moving up the food chain"
Blogger Ron Friedmann recommends Knight Ridder reporter Kevin Hall's article, "More complex jobs moving offshore." Friedmann, who was interviewed for the piece, writes "Law firms -- and clients -- should take note that cost is not the only reason to send work overseas. The article reports on a survey by the American Institute of Architects. It found that among architecture firms that sent work offshore, "a quarter cited lower costs, another quarter cited faster production and 50 percent … said offshoring helped them cover peak demand, allowing round-the-clock work on projects ..." More data and links here.
Posted by Laurel Newby on December 9, 2005 at 01:54 PM | Permalink
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