Lake Mary, Florida (PressExposure) May 14, 2011 -- Matt Moore discusses challenges and opportunities of application development and maintenance outsourcing to centers in Eastern Europe in his interview with the popular online industry resource for top executives.
As the global economy recovers, U.S., European, and Asia-PAC corporations enjoy a favorable environment for developing successful near-and-offshore relationships for application development and maintenance. In his interview to CEO Journal Matt Moore talks about the benefits of outsourcing software development services, concentrating on competitive advantages TEAM International offers.
"Outsourcing software development can deliver great value by tapping into lower-cost labor pools without compromising the quality of the services delivered," - says Matt Moore. - "The technology centers in Eastern Europe offer the ideal blend of access to qualified human capital and reasonable cost structure."
"My strategic clients tell me business drivers such as speed-to-market, flexibility, access to qualified talent and innovation are the main drivers behind the decision to partner with us," - he continues, - "While cost and increased margins drive the bottom line, innovation and creativity drive top-line revenue growth. We walk away from organisations that view us tactically for staff augmentation. A tactical view of people, process and technology is a recipe for a relationship gone bad."
With this publication TEAM reaches a new audience of top management at major corporations and enhances its brand recognition and industry presence.
Check Matt's interview in the 2011 Volume 1 of CEO Journal or at TEAM International web-site [http://teaminternational.com/matt_moore_interview_ceo_outsourcing_offshoring.html].
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