As the economic downturn starts to stabilize and conditions become more favourable for growth, CIOs must move from a “battening down the hatches“ type mentality to one of preparing for growth. Although this seems like good news, many organisations will continue to insist that IT budgets remain relatively flat, while at the same time asking CIOs to deliver more in order to not only maintain, but increase competitive advantage. One way of achieving these seemingly opposing objectives, is to consider broadening the use of Outsourcing, and in particular Offshoring as a viable delivery method. China as a major provider of offshored IT services is often considered for this kind of work.
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