Failure, failure, and more failure for starters…..
“However, a confluence of adverse conditions, from rising prices to failing infrastructure to employee turnover, have caused some IT decision makers to shy away from the offshore outsourcing stalwart. In fact, by 2015, predicts AMR Research, India will be just one hub among many from which companies source IT skills, including other offshore, nearshore and onshore options. The following are a few reasons why you might want to make the shift away from India sooner rather than later.
1. Pathetic Infrastructure. Still.
Ten years ago, if you were an IT pioneer offshoring to India, you had to deal with terrible roads, frequent blackouts and crumbling physical infrastructure. At the time, you wrote it off as annoying. Maybe even kind of exotic. Besides, the money you were saving by outsourcing the work was worth the trouble. Not much has changed today, except there are probably 10 times as many people taxing the systems”.