Why Outsource to India?
Irresistible Knowledge Pool
IT professionals increased to 522,000 by the end of 2001 compared to 280,000 employed in the year 1998.
Wide spread awareness, diligence and conformity with leading international quality certifications with most Indian software and services enterprises.
Nearly 220 of global 1,000 customers serviced.
Indian IT industry has grown from 6.4 Bill. $ in 1998 to over 14 Bill. $ in 2004.
IT enjoys top priority from the Government of India.
India is now the preferred country for offshore software development. 203 of the Fortune 500 corporations now use India as their development base, either through an outsourcing company or directly (Source: NASSCOM).
India is the world's second largest exporter of software (after the U.S.), and is the source of management and technical talent for over 40 percent of new start-ups in Silicon Valley. Thanks to its large English-speaking scientific and higher education institutions, specialist computer institutes, and low costs of software talent, India has more software companies with internationally acclaimed quality certifications than any other country in the world.
Furthermore, a World Bank funded study in the United States confirmed that vendors rated India as their number one choice for outsourcing. Other industry sectors have benefited greatly from their decision to outsource to India.
U.S. and Europe enjoy a highly advantageous time zone difference, providing for a virtual 24-hour office to clients in these continents. Lately, this concept has worked wonders for large projects and also for projects involving remote