Ukraine is capturing a great amount of attention as one of the most attractive outsourcing destination. With the highest IT outsourcing market volume, number of IT companies and IT specialists operating in the industry among other CEE countries, Ukraine is one of the main nearshore destination for West European and UK companies and offshoring destination for North American businesses.
In a recent Alsbridge engagement the client leadership team sat down to make their final selection between two providers. Both providers demonstrated sufficient financial stability, functional and industry knowledge, marketplace credibility and the capability to deliver the client’s requirements.
In the post recession phase, when low cost countries like India, China and Philippines remain the most attractive destinations on the global outsourcing map, Europe, at the other end of the spectrum, is also capturing good amount of attention.
Small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) represent a significant proportion of the European Union (EU) economy. Within the EU there are more than 18 million SMEs representing 59% of the total economy, generating 67% of employment and contributing around two thirds of the EU GDP.
Outsourcing has proved a boon to many companies. However, there are some inherent problems, which can be avoided if you employ some care. The Offshore outsource partner-you relation is meant to be a long-term one. It should be mutually beneficial.