Read this informative blog post to find out which country you must outsource your business to.
Usually there is a lot of research and analysis that goes in before outsourcing. For instance, a company might consider a particular outsourcing location because they have a good people score (measured by educational skills, language diversity, and the size of their information technology industry). At times, the political/economic environment of an outsourcing location will be considered.
Is the political environment under control? How good is the country’s infrastructure? Is the cost of labor low? Does the country have a growth potential? Is the country financially attractive? These are some considerations that can help you evaluate if a particular country can efficiently manage the business you outsource to them.
Here is a list of the top five countries best suited for outsourcing business.
No 1: India
India, tops the chart as the most popular choice for outsourcing. In fact, hearing an Indian accent is quite normal, when you attempt to activate your new Smartphone. Companies, both far and near are continuing to reach out to India because the country has an ample availability of efficient, intelligent and extremely hard-working individuals. The only drawback is the country’s political environment and large population, which can sometimes create an unstable environment.
No 2: China
China, the second largest outsourcing service provider is still making its way in the world’s economy as it joined the global business only 21 years ago. Today, China has over 1.3 billion consumers in their market and is one of the most popular locations for manufacturers and retailers. China is one of the key players in the global outsourcing industry and plans on stealing a huge segment of India’s outsourcing revenue in the near future.
No 3: Malaysia
Today Malaysia is one of the world’s top three global leaders, with its net value being close to $1.9 billion dollars in 2014. Malaysia is a key contender for IT consulting, Systems Integration and Business Process Outsourcing. When compared with India and China, Malaysia has low people skills, which has lowered its outsourcing attractiveness. Continue reading