Business Insider – 2:06 PM ET Wed, 29 Dec 2018 | 2:30 PM PT The company you wanted to hire for a job in the future went belly up.You could have found another, better company to work for.But that would have been an entirely different story.As outsourcing companies go bust, you’re stuck with the debt.We’ll […]
With the IT industry facing a glut of foreign talent, outsourcing companies have sprung up across the country to help fill the gap.In Mumbai, a few hundred BPOs, which provide the backbone of the Indian IT industry, have sprouted in recent years.This year, Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys have announced a deal to create 500 […]
If you’re working on a call centre, and you want to help customers solve their problems, you need to know about the call centre outsourcing company.And if you’re in a position to take a call, do you really need to spend time trying to find out?That’s the question being asked by the IT outsourcing companies […]
It’s been almost five years since the United States first introduced a national tax on outsourcing companies like Microsoft, and the country is still struggling to get over the cliff.The nation’s tech industry is the most profitable in the world, and more than $1 trillion is being funneled offshore every year, according to a study […]
Amazon is the cloud storage provider of choice for some businesses.But the company’s security practices are so bad that it’s forced its customers to use other services.As part of a security upgrade, Amazon recently added an additional layer of security, known as the AWS_SECRET_KEY environment variable.This variable specifies the secret key to the encrypted storage.It […]
In-house sales outsourcing services have been making a big splash lately, but what do they actually do?What exactly is it, and what do you need to know about them?Read more>>When it comes to outsourcing, there are a few different things you need take into account.First, you need a “business plan.”You want to put your own […]
The practice of outsourcing jobs is nothing new in the U.S. but the way it is done has been controversial for years.WSJ’s Niki Blasina explains.Photo: AP file/File Wall Street Journal.WSJOYS.com WSJOY.com is a USA TODAY content partner offering financial news, analysis and commentary.Its content is produced independently of USA TODAY.Find more WSJOIES.com on Facebook.