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Sunday, July 03, 2005
Vivek Paul speaks to Redherring about his departure from Wipro. Vivek attributes his exit to both push & pull effect and claims that this was a well thought out decision. He adds that the offshoring market momentum is back, customers are very interested in outsourcing more and more. It has lost its controversial sheen and it’s just a part of daily business. On SOX compliance, as U.S partners, he highlights the well known fact - Offshoring doesn’t add to the Sarbanes-Oxley load, and frankly, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance creates a growth opportunity for offshore service providers.- it’s not something to be viewed as being hurt by Sarbanes-Oxley because customers have to spend money on data warehousing, on integration, and on presentation of analytical systems.
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