This paper discusses the issues of global IT/IS outsourcing from four interrelated aspects: forming an appropriate global IT strategy, using proper global IT platforms, managing international data sharing, and surviving the cultural environment. It aims at providing a comprehensive framework for both the global outsourcing providers and clients to fully understand and evaluate the expectations, considerations and implications of global IT/IS outsourcing, so that they can form a successful long-term strategic alliance.
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Chen, Qiyang; Tu, Qiang; and Lin, Binshan, "Global IT/IS outsourcing: Expectations, considerations and implications" (2002). American Society for Competitiveness, Vol. 10 (No. 1),Accessed from
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