February 13, 2013
is the world's offshoring hub. A country spilling over with quality graduates - many of them in IT - and English skills honed from a very early age is home to six of the world's ten leading offshoring cities, according to the Handbook of Global Outsourcing and Offshoring.
The English-speaking countries have found a good-quality place to outsource their IT services with
, while the DACH countries (
) are getting increasingly active, which is one of the reasons
Germany Trade and Invest
will be at this year's NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2013 in
has been important to
during the global economic crisis," said
Trade and Invest
Business Representative for
"German companies are able to outsource IT needs economically to good quality service, while
leading companies are becoming better able to cement their positions in
by investing in
This is important for both sides. The outsourcing boom will eventually slow down as the companies reach the point where all the jobs that can be outsourced overseas are so, while productivity improvements in
reduce the need for further outsourced roles.
Many companies who rushed to save costs during the crisis have found they sacrificed some of their identity and connection with key business components by outsourcing them.