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Romania rises as outsourcing target

High language and IT skills, coupled with low costs, makes Romania a new haven for outsourcing, such as call centres, help desks, IT and payroll. Analysis by Ana Maria Nitoi

March 2010 - From the Print Edition

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The global economic turmoil has allowed Romania to surface as a promising destination for outsourcing - including IT services and support, contact centres and back-office support.
In financial attractiveness, people skills and the business environment, a 2009 AT Kearney Global Services Location Index shows that Romania has climbed from the 39th to 19th place last year as an outsourcing location.
Meanwhile Europeís leaders, including Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary, have fallen ...

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Schumer and Border: on 2010-08-17 07:44:26
I know a lot of small IT companies in Romania, but I think you should first try to search for the right location, how much are you willing to invest and so on. Here on answers, youíll find just superficial answers and Iím not the type to give you information just for the sake of it.

What I can give you is an article about outsourcing in Romania. However, you should keep in mind that Romania is not some undeveloped country, so if youíre cheap maybe you should go outsourcing somewhere else.

 
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