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Friday, July 21, 2006
I had been covering about the limitations about the chinese service players and the market and why china may not be a significant force in global consulting & services segment. Gartner’s Rolf Jester writes after attending the second china international software and information service outsourcing summit (CSIO) in Dalian, on china’s potential to operate in a major way in outsourcing services market and he thinks that chinese providers have a long way to go for being called a success in the global services arena. Highlighting the lopsidedness in the industry’s thrust in china, he says, providers should focus on reaching potential overseas customers and spend less time on internal conferences. He is on the dot when he observes that wWhile most of the firms are just focusing on cost savings, the hard reality is that enterprises need develop their own unique value proposition beyond cost saving to service it for the long term in the global market. Cost advantage is sustainable only till the extent of time even-less-expensive country gets "discovered" by buyers.
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