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Setting up operations in India (Part 3): IT outsourcing as intermediate stage

After having discussed the costs and risks of setting up operations in India as well as IT Outsourcing as a long term alternative, we will now take a look at the happy medium: IT outsourcing as an intermediate stage towards...

Setting up operations in India (Part 2): IT outsourcing as long term alternative

For small and medium-sized companies, setting up an operation in India can be a long and rocky road. Because it is hard to predict whether this investment of time and money as well as the administrative efforts are worthwhile, most...


Setting up operations in India (Part 1) - good investment or incalculable risk?

The fact that companies like IBM, Daimler and Bosch are operating facilities in India since several years, reveal that their investments (and calculated risk) have proven to be good. But is it  also advisable for small and medium-sized enterprises to...


Germans say Tomato, Indians say Tomato!

Germany and India: Two vastly diverse and different cultures, yet uniquely similar in several ways. Although it may seem that the "pedantic Germans" and "unstructured Indians" do not have much in common, cooperation between the two countries can be greatly...

Head to the right IT destination for European SMEs

SAP, IBM, Oracle and Microsoft, employ more staff in India than in any other country. TCS, Infosys and Wipro are working with several hundred thousand employees primarily for the non-Indian market. The population of India is about 1.2 billion, with...