Acquisition is the second in six months as New Zealand-based TSG buys its way into UK and European markets.
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The recession is pushing its clients in the region to expand their use of outsourcing to keep the lights on, according to HCL
With the general economic picture looking gloomy across the EMEA region, outsourcing is being hit hard - except in the UK public sector, where it's just starting to find its momentum for the first time since the 2010 election
The demand for IT services has nearly made outsourcing a rival of financial services, generating around eight percent of the annual output of the UK economy
Demand for IT services boosts British outsourcing market...
Tech developments and fewer cost restraints mean UK companies are rethinking how HR services should be delivered...
The credit crunch is driving British businesses to spend more on outsourcing in an effort to cut costs, according to a recent report
Steady growth as businesses try to save cash
The Indian outsourcer is reducing UK headcount as part of a cost-cutting drive, while setting its sights on breaking into the public-sector IT market
The TCS route away from economic downturn
Two rough years ahead
The Indian outsourcing giant is seeking to close 10 deals worth between £20m and £100m in the UK, as it looks beyond the stricken financial sector
Satyam finds new business as credit crunch bites
The Australian office of technology consulting company Accenture has no plans to lay off staff, despite outlining significant redundancies in its UK office in response to the global financial services crisis.
Companies negotiating discounts of up to 23 percent on outsourcing deals have been warned such cost cuts could drive contracts to failure
Fifty-seven percent of UK companies are offshoring work to India, with the figure expected to grow over the next decade, according to research
China still playing catch-up...
The value and number of IT outsourcing contracts in Europe, the Middle East and Africa shot up during the second quarter of 2007
And the UK is setting the pace...
Security and technology fears dominate