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Re: The Downside of Offshoring
Posted by Ann Bednarz on 2004-07-13 20:56:59
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Economics lured Hemant Kurande to look to India, his birthplace, for more affordable engineering talent. Three years ago his company hired two service providers to do some core programming for a line of storage management products. The results were mixed, says Kurande, CTO of Storability. The providers built products that were suitable as prototypes for R&D, but not production. That gap put the burden on Storability employees to shore up the code.

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Re: The Downside of Offshoring  Ann Bednarz  2004-07-13 20:56:59
Re: The Downside of Offshoring  ISN  2004-07-15 18:51:42
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