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White Paper: Why Indian Software Outsourcing Companies are Outsourcing to China

By Paul M. Denlinger

indianwp-cover.jpgThis white paper examines some of the unique challenges Indian software companies are facing:

  • The decreasing talent pool;
  • Rising costs;
  • Insufficient infrastructure and;
  • Not enough time to train and build infrastructure

It then shows how China is the answer to their problems because:

  • It has only talent pool which is large enough to compare to India‚Äôs;
  • The local talent pool is still largely untapped in the second-tier cities;
  • Ten cities have targeted software development as part of their development initiatives;
  • Good universities provide strong training and basic skills;
  • English and communication skills are swiftly catching up.

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