This article sent by Kangna. Kangna is an outsourcing specialist in and Indian IPO. Kangna is based in Bangalore, where she contacts clients based in North America and Europe, arranging outsourcing for them. Kangna’s outsourcing work involve the transfer of the management and/or day-to-day execution of an entire business function to an external service provider. The client organization and the supplier enter into a contractual agreement that defines the transferred services. Under the agreement the supplier acquires the means of production in the form of a transfer of people, assets and other resources from the client. The client agrees to procure the services from the supplier for the term of the contract. Business segments typically outsourced include information technology, human resources, facilities, real estate management, and accounting. Many companies also outsource customer support and call center functions like telemarketing, CAD drafting, customer service, market research, manufacturing, designing, web development, print-to-mail, content writing, ghostwriting and engineering. Offshoring is the type of outsourcing in which the buyer organization belongs to another country.
Today, outsourcing has almost become the order of the day. So why are global organizations choosing outsourcing? More and more global companies are choosing to outsource today for a number of reasons, such as, cost-effective services, increased efficiency, increased productivity, shared risks, reduced operating costs, increased quality, better services and more time to focus on core competencies. These are just a few of the reasons why organizations are outsourcing today. But why outsource to India and why do companies outsource to India. India is the most ideal place to outsource to, because India offers several advantages.
India has been a pioneer in providing outsourcing solutions and has been providing a range of outsourcing services to countries across the globe. Today, India can be called as the world’s outsourcing hub. Outsourcing to India can help your organization benefit from cost-effective services, high-quality services, reduced operating costs, greater flexibility and faster-time-to-market amongst others. These are just a few reasons why companies outsource to India. Another reason why outsourcing to India makes good business sense is because India has high-end technology and best-of-breed infrastructure. India has now become the world’s most preferred outsourcing location. India is also the global hub for software enabled services and software development.Related Posts
Industrial design is an applied art whereby the aesthetics and usability of mass-produced products may be improved for marketability and production. The role of an Industrial Designer is to create and execute design solutions towards problems of form, usability, user ergonomics, engineering, marketing, brand development and sales.
Generally Saima’s work is a cross between an engineer and an artist. She study both function and form, and the connection between product and the user. She do not design the gears or motors that make machines move, or the circuits that control the movement, but she can affect technical aspects through usability design and form relationships. And usually, they partner with engineers and marketers, to identify and fulfill needs, wants and expectations.
The industrial design is the discipline responsible for giving us the human as users the tools to enhance our natural ability, most of the objects we use every day to support our work are generated from the need to have our body to perform that action. Taking a very small example of writing, we cannot write with the finger thus we have the object called pencil helps us meet our need to write that the body cannot do by itself.
This article sent by Saima Nasir. Saima Nasir is a student of industrial design. Lovely and jolly Saima always wanted a career in car, toy, modern furniture or product design. In her college she began showing interest in design and considered the field of Industrial Design. Professionals in this field design manufactured products including appliances, furniture, office equipment and other products. Since this field is broad, many students choose a specific concentration. Saima is concentrating on home appliances design. She is studying in a famous European industrial design school. Working hard to learn and become an expert in this field.Related Posts
This informative article about Schnbrunn Palace sent by our new reder Sono. She writes, One of the most important cultural monuments in Austria, Schnbrunn Palace is one of Vienna’s most popular tourist destinations. Purchased in 1569 by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II as a hunting ground, it remained in the Hapsburg family for centuries, undergoing a series of renovations and expansions. Today, the palace grounds encompass an extensive park area that includes soaring fountains, a zoo and a botanic garden. Visitors can tour the stunning Baroque palace, starting from the massive door at the top of the Blue Staircase and ending at the Franz Karl Apartments, where Archduchess Sophie and Archduke Franz Karl resided. Along the way, guests stop by rooms of all kinds to gain insight into the lifestyles and festivities of the palace’s most famous residents.
The name Schnbrunn (meaning “beautiful well”), has its roots in an artesian well from which water was consumed by the court. During the next century, the area was used as a hunting and recreation ground. Especially Eleonore Gonzaga, who loved hunting, spent much time there and was bequeathed the area as her widow’s residence after the death of her husband, Ferdinand II. From 1638 to 1643, she added a palace to the Katterburg mansion, while in 1642 came the first mention of the name “Schnbrunn” on an invoice. The origins of the Schnbrunn orangery seem to go back to Eleonore Gonzaga as well. In the Turkish siege of 1683, the buildings were destroyed, and never restored.
About Author: Sono lives in Vienna, Austria with her family. Sono is a student of history in University of Vienna. Sono was born in India but raised in Vienna. Sono told us about this photo that it was taken when she was visiting Austrian landmarks. She visited Schnbrunn Palace, a royal residence in Austia, Veinna.
Being a historian Sono loves to talk about history, she doesn’t get bored when talking about this topic. Sono told about Schonbrunn palace that in the year 1569, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II purchased a large floodplain of the Wien river beneath a hill, situated between Meidling and Hietzing, where a former owner, in 1548, had erected a mansion called Katterburg. The emperor ordered the area to be fenced and put game there such as pheasants, ducks, deer and boar, in order to serve as the court’s recreational hunting ground. In a small separate part of the area, “exotic” birds like turkeys and peafowl were kept. Fishponds were built, too.Related Posts
Sabeen is our new subscriber and want to share this article about Ma’loula with us. Sabeen is an Iraqi refuge now living in Damascus (Al-Sham), Syria. This photo is taken in old Damascus when an exhibition was arranged about Iraq.
Sabeen studied archeology, so she got a job at Maaloula. Ma’loula is a town in Syria dominated by speakers of Western Neo-Aramaic. With two other nearby towns Bakh’a and Jubb’adin , it is the only place where the Western branch of the Aramaic languages is still spoken. The town is located 56 km to the northeast of Damascus, and built into the rugged mountainside, at an altitude of more than 1500 meters. The distance and geological features only aided the longevity of this linguistic oasis for over one and half thousand years. However, modern roads and transportation, as well as accessibility to Arabic-language television and print media – and for some time until recently, also state policy – have eroded that linguistic heritage.
There are two important monasteries in Ma`loula: Greek Catholic Mar Sarkis and Greek Orthodox Mar Thecla. Mar Sarkis is one of the oldest surviving monasteries in Syria. It was built on the site of a pagan temple, and has elements which go back to the fifth to sixth century Byzantine period. Mar Sarkis is the Arabic name for Saint Sergius, a Roman soldier who was executed for his Christian beliefs. This monastery still maintains its solemn historical character.
Sabeen is settled in Damascus with her family and looking forward to establish her there as situation of her home country is not very good.Related Posts
Samina Chourdy is an ex pat now based in Southern France (or the South of France), colloquially known as le Midi. Living in Midi-Pyrenees. Her father has a hotel in southern France. Southern France has beautiful coastlines and beaches and many ancient architectures that you would simply love to visit. Spending a holiday in the south of France is really a treat for the senses. Samina and her family is well settled because of tourism in South of France.
Samina is learning gardening in her college. The weather conditions in south-west France – mild spring and autumn, short winters and warm-hot summers, combined with regular spring rain and storms during the summer mean it is one of the most fertile parts of the country, and a region where you can see a wide range of gardens and plants.
The curious contrast that you will encounter when touring French gardens is between the French style and the more recent development – the English style garden. There is one problem that all gardens here face however, whether they are English style or French style – and that is Mother Nature. The great natural beauty of the countryside forces the gardeners to work as hard as possible, simply to compete with the scenery that surrounds them!
France is known of its flowers and beauty, while beautiful ex pats like Samina Choudry are adding their own taste and style to increase France’s beauty and diversifying it.