An Eye on India: Outsourcing Debate Continues

McLaughlin, Laurianne; Deuel, Rebecca L.
May 2003
IEEE Software;May/Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p114
Academic Journal
Reports on the outsourcing activity of the U.S. software developers in India. Reduction of personnel cost; Knowledge of outsourcing challenges; Generation of revenue.


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