Very thought provoking and comforting discussion by Andy Mukherjee on India's Productivity advantage over other counter parts in the oursourcing industry. This discussion comforts the Indians at large and techies in particular, especially when the question is raised over near-escalating costs of salaries for Indian biggies and other countries fast catching up on the outsourcing dreams. He points out that indians' productivity and quality of research would come to rescue in keeping the competetors at bay and reminds that India had already around 44% market share.
I agree that cost alone will not be a factor in deciding the outsourcing factor any longer and India is positioned in a much better position to offer high tech research and value added solutions.
Read the Commentary at http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/06/12/bloomberg/sxmuk.php By Andy Mukherjee Bloomberg News
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