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    Rising geographies in Central and South America will take market share away from traditional outsourcing locations, such as China.

    'Offshore players will continue to expand and set up operations in new geographies, taking a share of an expanded pie,' said Vashistha.
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    Rising geographies in Central and South America will take market share away from traditional outsourcing locations, such as China.

    'Offshore players will continue to expand and set up operations in new geographies, taking a share of an expanded pie,' said Vashistha.
Companies will return to using outsourcing to recapture innovation and provide flexibility in 2010 versus simply saving money, but global economic uncertainty will continue to impact the industry, according to year-end predictions by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP).

“Coming off a year of tremendous pressure, the outsourcing industry is expected to enter the next decade with positive signs of rebounding,” said IAOP Chairman Michael Corbett. “As companies recover from these tough economic times, outsourcing will enable them to emerge as leaders in the new global economy.”

Here are the top 10 trends to watch for in 2010 from IAOP with insights from top industry leaders.