Korrapati, Raghu B.
April 2009
Allied Academies International Conference: Proceedings of the Ac;Apr2009, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p31
Conference Proceeding
This study focused on the risks involved in the Information Technology (IT) outsourcing projects. Risks pertaining to the information leakage and hidden costs, if not discovered and addressed at the appropriate time could result in serious damage to the intellectual property and the cost savings attributes of the outsourcing decisions. This research presents an examination of the metrics and the success factor models that provide guidance to the practitioners on measuring the outcome of the IT outsourcing projects.


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