Look Out World Here Comes China

The Chinese government through the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) is highly engaged in growing BPO. There is significant commitment to build the necessary infrastructure and provide the proper business and tax incentives to make China as appealing as possible. Read this blog by KPMG LLP’s Gary P. Nowak to learn about his outsourcing location analysis trip that included Dalian China.

It’s Getting Cloudy in Asia Pac – and That’s Good for (Its) Business

Stan Lepeak, Director, KPMG Global Sourcing Advisory Research KPMG recently released a comprehensive global market study on cloud computing adoption and usage.  On November 15th, I will be leading a webcast discussion related to the study.  An initial analysis of the results identifies some interesting findings.  One of them is the disparity of cloud services [...]

Intellectual Property and Data Privacy in China: Done Deal or Adopter’s Delusion?

Stan Lepeak, Managing Director, Global Research, KPMG Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory KPMG’s Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory (SSOA) practice’s global leadership team recently completed a tour of Asia Pacific during which it examined sourcing trends into and out of that market.  This is the second in a series of blogs that will share these [...]

Sourcing in China for China’s Sake

Stan Lepeak, Director of Global Research, KPMG Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory KPMG’s Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory (SSOA) practice’s global leadership team recently completed a tour of Asia Pacific during which it examined sourcing trends into and out of that market.  This is the first in series of blogs that will share these findings [...]

Trip Report: China Grows as Delivery Center for ITO and BPO Services

In September, EquaTerra advisors to spent time with six service providers in Shanghai and Guangzhou China, to understand their current operations as well as their future strategies for this region of the world. They also experienced the broader business climate in China in two of its primary outsourcing services cities. They share what they learned in this “trip report.”