The Future of Global Delivery

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Finding the Right Balance Between Short-Term Stability and Long-Term Prosperity. While the current economic climate has forced many companies to make survival their immediate and highest priority, necessary actions to reduce costs must be balanced with strategic measures to take advantage of the upturn and prosper in a more favorable market becoming the winners of […]

Finding the Right Balance Between Short-Term Stability and Long-Term Prosperity.

While the current economic climate has forced many companies to make survival their immediate and highest priority, necessary actions to reduce costs must be balanced with strategic measures to take advantage of the upturn and prosper in a more favorable market becoming the winners of tomorrow.

Succeeding in both the short-term and long-term in an unpredictable and constantly evolving environment requires a more sophisticated value-based global delivery model which is scalable, flexible, innovative and minimizes risk.�

From its research, Capgemini predicts several trends occurring in the next few years including technology and outsourcing enabling better business performance; increased demand for expertise, knowledge and capabilities to deliver results; the need for more challenging and strategic objectives to be addressed; and a general increase in the understanding of global delivery.

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