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Is Outsourcing The Beginning Of The End Of In-House I.T?

 
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What do you all think?
 
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No - the process is architect, design, test in house and develop offshore. The irony is that in 3 areas for america the demand will pick up. Maybe the whole thing won't be so bad after all.
 
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Hi,
It was the protocols that hardware industry have been done for years. Since 9/11 the protocol was dock-to-stock. Does that meant all the companies will follow the same way? No. It is depended on your company executives because they will set the strategies. As long as the customer/consumer feels confidence in outsourcing products, then your executives will adopt dock-to-stock. Your play field is very small.
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