Global In-house Centers (Captives) on the Rise and Challenge Core vs Non-core | Blog

Global In-house Centers (GICs), which were first known as “captives,” are on the rise. There are hundreds of new startups, and existing captives are significantly expanding their capabilities. It is very clear that companies are more aggressively taking advantage of offshoring, and many are doing it by building their own capabilities. What accounts for this acceleration in companies building their own capability rather than taking advantage of a third-party service provider’s capability?

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