Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Outsource magazine: thought-leadership and outsourcing strategy | May 29, 2017

Scroll to top

Top

Protectionism

Outsourcing: myths, facts and statistics

September 16, 2013 | 16

Work is no longer bounded by co-worker proximity or time zone. It also involves a much broader set of ‘workers’ – not just employees, suppliers and partners, but customers, freelancers and an increasingly capable network of smart devices and interconnected … Read More

Q&A: Professor Philip Taylor, University of Strathclyde

June 26, 2012 |

Philip Taylor is a Professor at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, and the author of numerous works on call centres, offshoring and business process outsourcing. To launch our Xplores series with Scottish Development International examining ‘The Future of Rightshoring’, we … Read More

Cost not the driver of Australian outsource rise

May 11, 2012 | 1

Most Australian companies don’t want to send business functions offshore, but many intend to outsource a lot more roles in the next two years and the primary aim isn’t to reduce costs, according to our recent survey.

The survey found … Read More

Legal Process Outsourcers don’t fall foul of Indian Advocates Act

March 21, 2012 |

After almost two years of false starts, adjourned hearings and painfully slow progression through the Indian courts, the Madras High Court finally ruled last month that foreign law firms can advise on international law and take part in international arbitration … Read More

The Provider View

December 14, 2010 |

Antonio Moreira is CEO North America for Stefanini, a global services company founded in Brazil (and US-incorporated since 2001) with offices in 16 countries worldwide. Outsource spoke with Antonio to get a provider’s perspective on the immigration question…

outsource: Antonio, … Read More