Rethinking IT Outsourcing

The New IT Offshoring

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
124 Pages
Reviewed on 10/16/2018
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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite

Rethinking IT Outsourcing: The New IT Offshoring by Frank Howard is a book that introduces readers to a revolutionary idea of IT outsourcing. The author uses the term 'offshoring' to describe a business strategy that scores more benefits compared to traditional IT outsourcing. In this book, readers are introduced to the incredible benefits of the new paradigm, something that is quickly replacing traditional IT outsourcing — reduction in operating costs, efficiency in budgeting, access to resources that are scarce, ability to offload time-consuming and complex tasks, reduction in the costs of hiring, and a lot more. The author also presents the top ten disadvantages of traditional IT outsourcing while responding to the Frequently Asked Questions, giving answers that are informative and insightful, allowing readers a good understanding of the new concept of IT offshoring and what’s in it for them.

Here is a book that answers some of the dilemmas and challenges that entrepreneurs, business owners and IT professionals grapple with. The author brings his personal and professional experience into the writing, showing readers the incredible benefits and the efficacy of his business strategy. The book is packed with information that is well researched and that gives value to readers. It provides up-to-date answers to questions that readers ask, and businesses that are 'caught' when hiring IT professionals for in-house jobs or outsourcing the service. Rethinking IT Outsourcing: The New IT Offshoring offers readers the tools they need to become innovative, to drive their business into the future with greater confidence while minimizing risks. There is a lot to learn from this author.