Call Center May 2003 News

  • May 2003
    • US won’t stop outsourcing to India: Congressman
      US companies will continue to outsource jobs to India to cut costs despite a move by some American states to curb flight of government contracts to firms in other countries, said Congressman Jay Inslee.”People are worried about job security in the US and therefore it is not terribly surprising to find a few people who will oppose outsourcing to other countries,” said Inslee, a member of the Democratic Advisory Group on hi-tech issues.
    • Kerala healthcare BPO suffers ideological block: Hindu Businessline
    • Kochi based Aspinwall & Co To Enter BPO Business – Financial Express
    • ITES certification: IBM, EDS join Carnegie consortium – Hindu Businessline
    • The BPO juggernaut starts rolling
    • Quietly, backoffice outsourcing goes deeper, wider
    • ITeS majors prefer leasing realty rather than build or own properties
    • Hyderabad based Ma Foi’s BPO outfit to venture into HR BPO
    • Scottish call centres could lose 10,000 jobs
    • ABN Amro’s Chennai BPO unit to replace its biz model

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