Outsourcing Web-based Product Development

Development and enhancement budgets for an enterprise’s information architecture are under tremendous pressure to deliver cost-effective results. Indeed, enterprises are finding it more and more difficult to keep pace with new technology trends and complexities, and a growing diversity in the skills needed. So how can an enterprise ensure internal and competitive gains? Outsourcing? Maybe. But where’s your safety net?
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