Outsourcing in India has increased by leaps and
bounds in the recent years. More and more big as
well as small corporations are outsourcing their
low end as well as high end services to India owing
to the relative benefits involved in terms of cheap
labor, better infrastructure and stable government.
India's natural resource lies in its abundant technically
skilled manpower. India is the world's second largest
exporter of software (after the U.S). Thanks to its
large English-speaking scientific and higher education
institutions, specialist computer institutes, and
low costs of software talent, India has more software
companies with ISO 9000 certification than any other
country in the world and thus is the favourite outsourcing
hotspot for many companies.
There is more than enough evidence
of the superlative role that Indians play in the
progress of the Net. The impact of India's success
abroad is also being felt. The stars of the Indian
Internet industry are the Web solutions and Webware
companies, many of whom have made the transition
from offshore turnkey and services companies to full-fledged
e-commerce service providers and Web strategy consultants.
IT heavyweights like Microsoft, Intel, Cisco and
Compaq always feature India prominently in their
itineraries for outsourcing. By 2012, India is expected
to be the largest English-speaking country in the
world and therefore ‘the in place’ to
Other benefits include but
are not limited to:
Due to the economic environment
and culture in around the Indian sub-continent,
you will find your employee(s) to be exceptionally
hard-working and highly motivated.
Low Cost Educated Professionals:
India provides educated and
talented professional employees at a typical
cost of £299 per month. Hiring professionals
has never been so low costing.
work any Shift - Time Zone Advantages:
request your outsourced employee to work any time
shift, whether it be during normal office hours in
your country or normal office hours in India. Indians
are very adaptable when it comes to working.
India also provides your employee with all the required
office space and hardware. Additionally, Staff India
manages your employee and maintains the office from
which your employee works, e.g. 24/7 technical support..
Beat Your Competition:
Outsourcing in India enables
companies to significantly reduce costs,
increase productivity and hire scarce technical
employees. All these factors combined will
enable you to improve your business and in
turn beat your competition.
Quality standards meet the
approval of the world. India exports software
to more than 95 countries. The share of North
America (U.S. and Canada) in India's software
exports is about 61 per cent. In 1999-2000,
more than a third of fortune 500 companies
outsourced their software requirements to
India is now wired for business.
Excellent telephone, broadband, wi-fi and cellular
networks are available in just about all cities & towns
in the country. India prides in the reliable
satellite and submarine communication links
that facilitate good broadband connectivity
to the rest of the world. Companies engaged
in IT outsourcing to India can contact their
vendors oversea without any connection hurdles.
Indian government has made offshore
software outsourcing as a long-term strategy
to the country's economics . Other than providing
a large talent pool through its education system,
tax breaks and other incentives have been introduced
to attract capital and talents with a view
to promote outsourcing development.
India now has tens of thousands
of universities and academies. More and more
universities are now cultivating talents in
offshore software outsourcing development.
According to the National Association
of Software & Service Companies, the Indian
software industry lobby, almost half the Fortune
500 companies now use Indian Software services.
With over 4 million highly trained English
speaking technical personnel (second only to
the USA), heavy government support and leading
world class software companies, India is set
to become the software giant of the new Millennium.
Furthermore, a World Bank funded
study in the United States confirmed that vendors
rated India as their number one choice for outsourcing.
Other industry sectors have benefited greatly from
their decision to outsource to India: The U.S. and
India have an average 12-hour time zone difference,
but this kind of use of datacom can provide a virtual
24-hour office to a client in the U.S. Lately, this
concept has worked wonders for large projects and
also for projects involving remote software maintenance
using video conferencing. Offshore projects mean
immense time and cost savings.
Financial institutions also benefit from the unique
partnership between the Indian government and NASSCOM,
the National Association of Software and Services
Companies, which maintains a concerted development
effort aimed at attracting ITO and BPO business.
As a result, the country has encouraged a favorable
business climate for US firms seeking India offshore
outsourcing services, and early concerns about
the business risk of offshore outsourcing in India
have been largely laid to rest
In contrast to circumstances
in the US, the jobs that banks typically
outsource today are high status career positions
in India. Offshore outsourcing is a path
for career-minded individuals, a majority
of whom have master’s degrees, to gain
experience in the global economy. In addition,
because they hold positions that embody the
full mission of their companies, they are
proud of their positions. Their pay is high
by local standards and they receive a variety
of benefits that American workers would find
These are the factors that make India stand
out of the rest as one of the best destinations
to outsource services. Outsourcing in India
can be done in cities like Sylhet, Bangalore,
Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Kolkatta.
Outsourcing services holds huge potential
as the government is actively involved in
improving the infrastructure. The government
has also implemented some investor friendly
laws and made sure that processes take place