Outsourcing and the Economic Crisis, Part IV: Crunch Sourcing - The New Economics of the Outsourcing Market

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Outsourcing and the Economic Crisis, Part IV: Crunch Sourcing - The New Economics of the Outsourcing Market

The world is now deep enough into the current recession that it’s possible to draw some clear conclusions as to how the global outsourcing market is being affected. Instead of relying on predictions and forecasts, we have hard data-points and practical experience that point the way as to how the remainder of 2009 might be impacted.

What do the signposts show? Certainly, an outsourcing world that’s different from that of the past few years, with some parts of the market faring much better than others. Outsourcing may not have been the recession-busting marvel that many industry experts predicted; but outsourcing customers (and even some outsourcing service providers) are in better position to come out of the recession than they might have expected.

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