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Top Outsourcing Trends for Q3 2010

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    The offshore services market continued to grow with 34 new offshore delivery centers established in Q3-2010.

    Regulatory developments in the U.S. related to the Ohio government's ban of offshoring state government contracts and increase in the visa charges for skilled workers are unlikely to have a significant impact in the short-term. However, these trends need to be carefully monitored to assess any long-term implications.

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Top Outsourcing Trends for Q3 2010

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  • Top Outsourcing Trends for Q3 2010-2
    The offshore services market continued to grow with 34 new offshore delivery centers established in Q3-2010.

    Regulatory developments in the U.S. related to the Ohio government's ban of offshoring state government contracts and increase in the visa charges for skilled workers are unlikely to have a significant impact in the short-term. However, these trends need to be carefully monitored to assess any long-term implications.

India has long been a dominant outsourcing destination and that hasn’t changed, based on recent research from the Everest Group, which tracks the relative maturity of different global services destinations. Latin America and Africa saw increases in outsourcing activity in 2010’s third quarter, while activity in Eastern Europe slowed.

Click through for further insights based on Everest’s heatmaps, which look at the number of captive delivery centers and third-party delivery centers established across the globe. The heatmaps are published in Everest’s quarterly Market Vista reports, which include additional data about outsourcing activity.

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