Insourcing From America

Orr, Deborah
December 2006
Forbes Asia;12/11/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p57
The article features Stephen Pratt and his work as head of Infosys Consulting. He notes that counseling clients on how to operate their businesses must be done on a near basis. He saved costs through renting offices nearer to their clients. Pratt mentions that the outsourcing work done in India is 30% to 35% cheaper than the rates of competitors based in the U.S. Pratt aims to overthrow veteran consultants to acquire more clients.


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