Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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While its global parent posts its worst quarterly results ever, Unisys in New Zealand is thriving.
Cost effectiveness is replacing the low cost as the chief concern for those looking to outsource IT services - and Romania is hoping to take advantage.
The Australian Department of Human Services is bringing in 200 Telstra call centre staff members to handle high-volume transactions for Medicare and Centrelink.
Migrants from neighbouring countries working in the Malaysian electronic industry are finding themselves in situations of modern-day slave labour.
"We don't want to be like India," says head of IT association in Rio.
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From just $2 billion in 2008 revenues, NTT's IT services business plans to hit $20 billion in 2016. Its Silicon Valley research center will play a key role.
For Big Blue, the effort, dubbed IBM Global Business Services Online, gives it a shot to add new clients and ultimately up sell them to larger engagements.
CEO Francisco D'Souza says: "We are seeing a trend in the market towards larger integrated deals. While these deals represent a strong source of revenue for Cognizant, certain deals took longer than expected to close."
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As part of the renewal of its contract, Ajilon will be responsible for developing a new licensing and registration system, improving custodial management, and implementing a new solution for managing prosecution briefs.
The Indian outsourcer grew revenue by 7 percent and profit by 14 percent during the final quarter before former SAP executive Vishal Sikka becomes CEO.
Political instability in the region appears to be inspiring Ukraine's techies to seek pastures new.
Finally, a beleagured Infosys gets a non-founder at the helm.