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[ale] Indian outsourcing
On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 01:10:56AM -0600, ChangingLINKS.com wrote:
> I realize that I am not going to convince you that you should
> START A COMPANY AND RUN IT HOW YOU FEEL IT SHOULD BE RUN
> and you are not going to convince me why companies should pay you 3 times more
> to get a task done (without demonstrating how you offer 3 times the value).
*chuckles* ya know, that's what the people I work for did, ten years
ago. But running it the way they want does not a level playing field
make. But nobody ever said business was fair, eh?
When it comes down to it, the only way we don't lose a contract to an
Indian firm is because we have a client who values having a local
company do the work. It costs more on their balance sheet, so it must
be more than about direct short-term financial cost to them, eh?
We're doing the best we can. And ironically, it's turning out that our
best selling point is that we are indeed an American company.
Solomon Peachy pizza at f*cktheusers.org
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur Melbourne, FL
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