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Plunkett's Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Trends & Statistics 2013: Complete Trends and Statistics Chapters from Plunkett's Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Almanac 2013

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Plunkett's Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Trends & Statistics 2013: Complete Trends and Statistics Chapters from Plunkett's Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Almanac 2013

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Statistical Tables Provided: 8

Geographic Focus: Global

A condensed market research report excerpted from Plunkett's Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Almanac 2013, including forecasts and market estimates technologies analysis and vital statistical tables. You will gain significant insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments. -How is the industry evolving? -How is the industry being shaped by new technologies? -How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?-What is the size of the market now and in the future?

Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:

Major Trends Affecting the Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry

1) Introduction to the Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry

2) Pros and Cons of Outsourcing & Offshoring

3) BPO and KPO: White-Collar and Professional Tasks Are Offshored to a Growing Extent

4) Nearshoring and Reshoring Keep Operations Closer to Home

5) Health Care Goes Offshore, Medical Tourism and Clinical Trials Thrive in China, India and Elsewhere

6) Clinical Trials and Medical Records Processing Conducted Abroad Spark Concerns

7) From India to Singapore to Australia, Nations Compete Fiercely in Biotech Development

8) Offshoring to India Drives Changes in Global Consulting

9) Outsourcing & Offshoring Boom in China Challenged by Rising Wages, Employee Demands and Regulation

10) R&D Expands in Chinese Research Parks/Patent Filings Soar

11) Offshore Research, Development & Engineering Grows in India, Singapore, Taiwan and Korea

12) Globalization: Growth in Offshore Apparel Manufacturing/Vietnam, Cambodia and Other Countries Gain Market Share

13) The Vast Majority of Shoes Sold in the U.S. Are Made in China

14) Many Industry Sectors Seek Consulting and Outsourcing Income, Competing with Pure Consultancies

15) Corporate Clients Want Solid Returns on IT Investments

16) Original Design Manufacturing (ODM) and Contract Electronics Manufacturing Expected to Slow in 2012

17) Globalization and Worldwide Collaboration Fuel the Research Efforts of Major Corporations

18) 3PL Supply Chain Management Evolves to Serve the Global Market

19) Hi-Tech Manufacturing Collaboration Spans the Globe

20) Outsourcing of Automobile Component Manufacturing/Design

Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Statistics1) Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Overview 2) Sales of Services of All Types to Foreign & U.S. Markets: 1989-2010 3) U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 2006-2010 4) U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 2001-2005 5) U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 1996-2000 6) Estimated U.S. Export Revenue for Professional, Scientific & Technical Services Firms (Except Notaries): 2007-2010 7) Top 50 Countries Exporting Textiles & Apparel to the U.S., All MFA Fibers: 2010-2011 8) Top Ten Suppliers & Destinations of U.S. Computers & Electronic Products: 2006-2011

Table of Contents

PLUNKETT'S OUTSOURCING & OFFSHORINGINDUSTRY TRENDS & STATISTICS 2013CONTENTSChapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry 11) Introduction to the Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry 22) Pros and Cons of Outsourcing & Offshoring 43) BPO and KPO: White-Collar and Professional Tasks Are Offshored to a Growing Extent 64) Nearshoring and Reshoring Keep Operations Closer to Home 75) Health Care Goes Offshore, Medical Tourism and Clinical Trials Thrive in China, Indiaand Elsewhere 86) Clinical Trials and Medical Records Processing Conducted Abroad Spark Concerns 97) From India to Singapore to Australia, Nations Compete Fiercely in Biotech Development 108) Offshoring to India Drives Changes in Global Consulting 129) Outsourcing & Offshoring Boom in China Challenged by Rising Wages, EmployeeDemands and Regulation 1310) R&D Expands in Chinese Research Parks/Patent Filings Soar 1411) Offshore Research, Development & Engineering Grows in India, Singapore, Taiwanand Korea 1612) Globalization: Growth in Offshore Apparel Manufacturing/Vietnam, Cambodia and OtherCountries Gain Market Share 1713) The Vast Majority of Shoes Sold in the U.S. Are Made in China 1814) Many Industry Sectors Seek Consulting and Outsourcing Income, Competing with PureConsultancies 1815) Corporate Clients Want Solid Returns on IT Investments 1916) Original Design Manufacturing (ODM) and Contract Electronics Manufacturing Expectedto Slow in 2012 2017) Globalization and Worldwide Collaboration Fuel the Research Efforts of Major Corporations 2118) 3PL Supply Chain Management Evolves to Serve the Global Market 2219) Hi-Tech Manufacturing Collaboration Spans the Globe 2320) Outsourcing of Automobile Component Manufacturing/Design 24Chapter 2: Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Statistics 26Outsourcing & Offshoring Industry Overview 27Sales of Services of All Types to Foreign & U.S. Markets: 1989-2010 28U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 2006-2010 29U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 2001-2005 31U.S. Trade in Private Services by Type: 1996-2000 33Estimated U.S. Export Revenue for Professional, Scientific & Technical Services Firms(Except Notaries): 2007-2010 35Top 50 Countries Exporting Textiles & Apparel to the U.S., All MFA Fibers: 2010-2011 37Top Ten Suppliers & Destinations of U.S. Computers & Electronic Products: 2006-2011 38

Companies Mentioned

24/7 Customer Inc

Aastra Intecom

ABM Industries Inc

Accenture plc

Accton Technology Corp

Acxiom Corp

Adea Solutions Inc

Adecco SA

Aditi Technologies

Aditya Birla Minacs

Advanced Technology Services

Aegis Ltd

Affiliated Computer Services Inc

Albany Molecular Research Inc

Alliance Data Systems Corporation

Altran Technologies SA

Amdocs Ltd

Aon Hewitt

AP Moller-Maersk A/S

Aplana Software Services

Applabs

ARAMARK Corporation

Ariba Inc

Aspect Software Inc

AT Kearney Inc

Atos Origin SA

Auriga Inc

Authorize.Net Holdings Inc

Automatic Data Processing Inc

Avaya Inc

Axway Inc

Bain & Company Inc

Balfour Beatty plc

Bank of New York Mellon Corp

Barrett Business Services Inc

BBDO Worldwide

Bechtel Group Inc

Benchmark Electronics Inc

BenQ Corporation

Beyondsoft (Beijing) Co Ltd

BioReliance Corp

BioScrip Inc

Black & Veatch Holding Company

Bleum Inc

Blue Star Infotech Ltd

Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp

Bristlecone Inc

BT Global Services

BT Group plc

BYD Company Limited

CACI International Inc

Cambrex Corp

Cambridge Solutions Ltd

Camelot Information Systems Inc

Canon Inc

Capgemini

Cardtronics Inc

Caterpillar Logistics Services Inc

CBRE Group Inc

CDM Smith Inc

Celestica Inc

Ceridian Corp

CGI Group Inc

CH Robinson Worldwide Inc

China Data Group

Chinasoft International Ltd

Ci&T

CIBER Inc

CIeNET International LLC

Cisco Systems Inc

Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp

Colliers International Property Consultants Inc

Comdata Corp

Compal Electronics Inc

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)

Computer Task Group Inc

Concentrix Corporation

Concur Technologies Inc

Convergys Corporation

Corbus LLC

Covance Inc

CPA Global Ltd

CPM Braxis Capgemini

Cross-Tab Partners

CTS Corp

Cushman & Wakefield Inc

CyberTAN Technology Inc

DataArt Solutions Inc

Datamatics Global Services Ltd

DB Schenker Inc

Dell Inc

Deloitte Consulting LLP

Deloitte LLP

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd

Deutsche Post AG

DHL Worldwide Network SA/NV (DHL Express)

Diebold Inc

Donlen Corporation

DST Systems Inc

e4e Inc

Elavon Inc

EMCORE Corp

Emerio GlobeSoft Pte Ltd

EPAM Systems

Ernst & Young International

Ernst & Young LLP

Evalueserve Ltd

ExlService Holdings Inc

Expeditors International of Washington Inc

Express Scripts Inc

Federal Express Corp

FedEx Corporation

FedEx Supply Chain Services Inc

Fidelity National Information Services Inc

First Data Corp

First International Computer Inc

Firstsource Solutions Limited

Fiserv Inc

Flextronics International Ltd

Fluor Corp

FMR LLC (Fidelity Investments)

Forrester Research Inc

Forward Air Corp

Foxconn International Holdings Ltd

Foxconn Technology Co Ltd

Freeborders

Fujitsu Limited

G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc

Gartner Inc

Gemtek Technology Co Ltd

GENCO Distribution System Inc

Genencor International Inc

General Dynamics Corp

General Electric Co (GE)

Genpact Limited

Getronics NV

Global Payments Inc

Grey Global Group Inc

Grubb & Ellis Co

Grupo ASSA

Grupo Prominente

GTL Limited

Halliburton Company

Harte-Hanks Inc

Havas

HCL Technologies Ltd

Headstrong Inc

HealthPort Inc

Heartland Payment Systems Inc

Hewlett-Packard Co (HP)

Hexaware Technologies Ltd

Hinduja Ventures Ltd

Hisoft Technology International Ltd

Hitachi Consulting

Hon Hai Precision Industry Company Ltd

Honeywell International Inc

HTC Corp

HTC Global Services Inc

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd

Hub Group Inc

IBA Group

IBM Global Business Services (GBS)

IBM Global Process Services

iGATE Corporation

Infosys Technologies Ltd

Insperity Inc

Inspur Worldwide Services Ltd

Intelenet Global Services Pvt Ltd

Intelligroup Inc

InterGlobe Technologies

International Business Machines Corp (IBM)

International Business Machines Corp (IBM)Interpublic Group of Companies IncInventec CorporationinVentiv Health InciPayment IncISS Holdings A/SITC Infotech India LtdJabil Circuit IncJacobs Engineering Group IncJapan Post Holdings CoJapan Third Party Co LtdJB Hunt Transport Services IncJohnson Controls IncJones Lang LaSalle IncKBR IncKeane IncKelly Services IncKey Tronic CorpKforce IncKintetsu World Express IncKnoah Solutions IncKorn/Ferry InternationalKPIT Cummins Infosystems LtdKPMG InternationalKPMG LLPKuehne & Nagel International AG (KN)Landstar System IncLarsen & Toubro Infotech LtdLexmark International IncLi & Fung GroupLionbridge Technologies IncLiveOps IncLockheed Martin CorpLogica plcLohikaLuxoftM&Y Global ServicesMaersk LineMainfreight LimitedManhattan Associates IncManpower IncMarketBridgeMastek LimitedMaxil Technologies Solutions IncMAXIMUS IncMcCann WorldgroupMcKinsey & Company IncMedco Health Solutions IncMegasoft LtdMenlo Worldwide Logistics LLCMERA Networks IncMercer LLCMicrolandMindTree LtdMphasiS LimitedNair & CoNCR CorporationNCS Pte LtdNess Technologies IncNeusoft Group LtdNewmark Knight FrankNIIT LimitedNippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK)NorthgateArinsoNorthrop Grumman CorpObjectiva Software SolutionsOce Business ServicesODW Logistics IncOgilvy & Mather WorldwideOmnicom Group IncOracle Financial Services Software LimitedOutsource Partners InternationalPacer International IncPacificNet IncPangea3 LLCPAREXEL International CorpParsons Brinckerhoff IncPatni Computer Systems LtdPaychex IncPegatron CorporationPenske CorporationPFSweb IncPharmaceutical Product Development IncPitney Bowes IncPlexus CorpPolaris Software Lab LtdPomeroy IT SolutionsPostNL NVPricewaterhouseCoopersPrimax Electronics LtdPublicis Groupe SAQisda CorporationQuanta Computer IncQuatrro BPO Solutions LtdQuintiles Transnational CorpRandstad Holding NVRaytheon CoReksoft Co LtdResources Connection IncRetail Decisions plcRicoh Company LtdRobert Half International IncRR Donnelley Global Document SolutionsRyder System IncSAIC IncSanmina-SCI CorporationSapient CorporationSatyam Computer Services Ltd (Mahindra Satyam)Schenker AGSchlumberger LimitedSchneider National IncSCSK CorporationSecova IncSecuritas ABSharp CorporationShaw Group Inc (The)Siemens AGSierra AtlanticSigmaTron International IncSitel CorporationSMARTANALYSTSMTC CorpSodexo GroupSodexo IncSOURCEHOVSPi Global SolutionsSRA International IncStream Global Services IncSummit HR IndiaSutherland Global ServicesSykes Enterprises IncSymbio Group (The)Symphony Service CorpSymphony Technology GroupSyntel IncSynygy IncTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC)Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)Tech Mahindra LimitedTeleTech Holdings IncTexas Instruments Inc (TI)Tieto CorpTIVITTotal System Services Inc (TSYS)Towers Watson & CoTrammell Crow CompanyTranscom Worldwide SATrustmark CompaniesUnisys CorpUnited Parcel Service Inc (UPS)UnitedHealthcare National AccountsUPS Supply Chain SolutionsUST Global IncUTi Worldwide IncValores Corporativos Softtek SA de CVVanceinfo Technologies IncvCustomer CorpVertis IncViasystems Group IncVINCIWest CorporationWilliams Lea Group LimitedWipro LtdWistron CorporationWNS Holdings LtdWorking Solutions IncWPP plcXceedXchangingXerox CorpYRC Worldwide Inc

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