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Posted by  Arkians Architects on March 22, 2004 at 02:58:21:

Mark Ochburne:
Outsourcing production relieves companies of troublesome overheads and bottleneck; thereby allowing you to concentrate fully on important issues of design and business development issues.

It is mis-interpreted most of the times by agencies that cannot offer the same quality and committment in service because obviously, the prices are too high in the same country, as compared to that offered by the "outsourced country".

People think a bit negetively about this phenomenon because they can only visualize a short term activity- jobs lost. In the long term, the developed countries will be having super-services at very cheap rates for every body. The inflation will reduce since firms will charge less from the ordinary people. Ordinary people will get a whole big choice in products and door-step service for any job.

There is no doubt that a better and chaper service will prevail in any economy. With the advancement of IT, relocation of job centres in other parts of the world will be an imperative phenonmenon, not a choice.

I think, the super capabilies possessed by Indian companies like Arkians Architects and other are only for the advantage of the developed world. That is my view.

Mark

 
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