Saturday, 6 August 2011

Software Outsourcing in India is a Solid Industry with Passion and Commitment

Outsourcing per se is an economical phenomenon that has come into being to reap the benefits of quality work at cheap rates. After Adam Smith's book called “The Wealth of Nations,” the world has changed its perspective regarding work and rates. Hence, in this changed perspective, India has emerged as the hot destination for offshore software outsourcing. Software outsourcing in India is popular because it provides quality work at a significantly competitive rates. Umpteen of software development companies in India have been able to grasp the idea of the outsourcing quickly and therefore, outsourcing sector has flourished to its peak in India. Apart from grasping the concept of outsourcing quickly, India has pool of talents that can deliver the desired results with timeliness and accuracy.

With the privatization in India, it was proved that Indian software development company can stand the global competition and this shifted the focus of global community on India. In earlier phase, the areas of offshore software outsourcing in India were billing, customer service, data entry, software development, internet marketing, SEO etc. It was also due to tempting tax benefits back home that drove the foreign companies outsource their work to India and this way offshore software outsourcing has become the way of life in Indian economy. But, as the evolution too is the way of life, it was realized that instead of setting up sister companies, it was much more better to outsource their work to all those companies that were taking up offshore software outsourcing in India. This would save the foreign companies from setting up and spending money on infrastructure and maintenance of the same. In order to control the operations, most of all the outsourcing countries made it a point to appoint an executive from the parent company to work with those outsourcing companies. This would then also make the operations smooth and transparent.

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