Salil Dani, practice director of the global sourcing team at Everest Group, said that he is seeing insourcing only among companies with the largest outsourcing operations. He noted other signs of dissatisfaction with outsourcing providers, though, including shorter deal durations and more companies changing providers. In 2013, more than half of companies switched providers at the end of contracts, and the trend is similar this year, he said.” Read More.

 

“Two significant forces are fundamentally altering health plan business models. First, the healthcare industry is grappling with the uncertainty of reform mandates such as the PPACA (Obamacare) and the transition to ICD-10,” said Jimit Arora, vice president at Everest Group. Read more.

 

Peter Bendor-Samuel, founder & CEO of management consulting and advisory firm Everest Group is one of the few global consultants who have been watching the Indian IT outsourcing landscape quite closely. In an interview with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra, he talks about how the Indian IT services firms have now reached a level of maturity when they are expected to be more acquisitive.” Read more.

 

“It’s quite possible Infosys did not want to pay the price that was required to win. I have no doubt that at a lower price they would have wanted it,” said Peter Bendor-Samuel, CEO of IT research and advisory firm Everest Group. Read more.

 

Katrina Menzigian, Vice President of Research Relations at Everest Group, said she has not seen any evidence of outsourcers taking jobs offshore because of rises in the minimum wage in the United States. On the contrary, according to Everest’s latest studies, she said, ‘the pattern we’ve continued to see for a few years now is that there’s an increase in the amount of onshore work happening in the United States.’” Read more.

 
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