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Offshore Outsourcing Benefits

Sep 7, 2009 Author: Guru | Filed under: Women In Business


The sender and writer of this article is Kalpana. She says, Offshore outsourcing is the practice of hiring an external organization to perform some business functions in a country other than the one where the products or services are actually developed or manufactured. It can be contrasted with offshoring, in which the functions are performed in a foreign country by a foreign subsidiary. Opponents point out that the practice of sending work overseas by countries with higher wages reduces their own domestic employment and domestic investment. Many customer service jobs as well as jobs in the information technology sectors, data processing, computer programming, and technical support.

About Author:

This is 3rd contribution from Kalpana Baidi an outsource consultant from Bangalore. Kalpana is working in an Indian software development company. She is offshore outsourcing expert

Outsource Consultant From The City of Garden

Aug 30, 2009 Author: Guru | Filed under: Women In Business

Bangalore is a very good place to live. Its a garden city. The thought of the “Garden City”, Bangalore, conjures up images of serene beauty, picturesque locations coupled with modern conveniences and comforts. The city of Bangalore has been one that has charmed millions with its elegance, beauty and style. Bangalore has evolved in the many years to one with several aspects. The beautiful green gardens and well maintained parks lend pleasant beauty to Bangalore. It has earned the title of ‘Garden City’ while the latest IT and software developments have earned it the title of the ‘Silicon Valley’. From being a destination in the lap of nature to being the commercial and technology hub of India, Bangalore occupies a unique place in the tourism map of the country.

Author Profile:

Kalpana is our regular reader and she has sent another article about outsource consultant. As you know from previous post that Kalpana is an outsource consultant in an Indian software development company.

Product Design Consultant and Product Designer

Aug 19, 2009 Author: Guru | Filed under: Women In Business


Amria Signh is our new reader and she sent an email to us about Product Designing. She writes, Product design is concerned with the efficient and effective generation and development of ideas through a process that leads to new products. Amrita is working as a product designer in medium size company. She is graduated from a reputable product design school of Europe. She got engaged 2 years back to her cousin back in Jalandhar. In this photo she is visiting her native village, to go there Amrita has to ride train and train travel is what she love the most.

Her passion and field of interest is product design. Product design can be defined as the idea generation, concept development, testing and manufacturing or implementation of a physical object or service. Product Designers conceptualize and evaluate ideas, making them tangible through products in a more systematic approach. The role of a product designer encompasses many characteristics of the marketing manager, product manager, industrial designer and design engineer.

As a product designer she has to be equipped with the skills needed to bring products from conception to market. She should have the ability to manage design projects, and subcontract areas to other sectors of the design industry.

Amrita has her own views about product design, she says, “Consumer product manufacturers need to face the facts. There is competition from similar competing products coming from all directions. Your competition has a product that has about the same build quality, functionality, and pricing. So how do you really compete in such a crowded market space? The short answer: Design.”

IT Outsource Consultant From Karachi

Aug 17, 2009 Author: Guru | Filed under: Women In Business

Business Process Outsourcing is the outsourcing of jobs related to customer service, like call center voice communications, and telemarketing. Knowledge Process Outsourcing is the outsourcing of IT processes which require outsourcing consultants with specific technological backgrounds. These outsourcing consultants must be able to handle complex informational transactions like legal research, insurance claims, and patent searches.

Many companies turn to outsourcing consultants to provide them with the intellectual and informational resources they lack, and for a fraction of the cost it would take to hire staff with comparable abilities. The cost of labor in developed nations continues to climb, and many companies are doing whatever they can to maintain their profit margins.


Kalpana Baidi is outsource consultant from Bangalore, India. Kalpana is working in an Indian software development company, her job is to as a consultant with clients from North America and Europe. Kalpana is one of the many Indian youth those are working in a booming IT industry.

BPO and KPO, they may mean nothing to millions of people, but to thousands of businesses, they mean saving big money by outsourcing. BPO stands fro Business Process Outsourcing, and KPO for Knowledge Process Outsourcing. The difference between then is in the type of work being outsourced. So outsourcing consultants for important work is becoming more and more common, and there are companies which give most or all of their intellectual work to outsource consultant providers in India.

Save Thousands of Dollars With Some Travel Tips

Aug 5, 2009 Author: Guru | Filed under: Women In Business


Sanjana, sweet and elegent is working in a Goa travel company. She sent this article through email. She writes in her email, that She is a tour planner, she arranges tours in India and other major travel destinations worldwide. Traveling should be fun, no matter whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, you need to make the most out of your trip and to have as few complications as possible.

Sanjana has provided few travel tips here for our readers. She says, no question, you can drop thousands of dollars on a one-week getaway, but you certainly don’t have to. If you know a few simple secrets, you can stay within your budget and still enjoy an exciting, unforgettable trip with the kids. All it takes is a little creativity and knowledge. You can also save money on lodging. Complete an online search using the words “kids stay free hotel.” You’ll be amazed at the number of hotels and inns that offer this perk. Also look over their amenities because many hotels also offer free continental breakfast.


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