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Why Software outsourcing in India?

1. Strengths

1.1 Government Policies
1.2 Skilled Talent Pool
1.3 Indian Education System
1.4 Time Zone

India, the hottest destination today for Offshore IT Outsourcing beats the other destinations with its unique strengths.

1.1 Government Policies

  • Setting up of specific commerce zones including the Software Technology Parks
  • Making the existing laws more liberal
  • Giving tax exemption for exporting IT enabled software outsourcing services
  • Deregulation & liberalization policies
  • Removed restrictions on investment and made the process of investment easier
  • Enactment of Cyber Legislation
  • Working on a stronger data protection and privacy law in association with NASSCOM
  • The liberalization and deregulation initiatives taken by the government are aimed at supporting growth & integration with the global economy. These reforms have enabled the entry of foreign companies to the Indian market. FDI investment from NRI's including Overseas Corporate Bodies (OCB's); owned by the NRI's are warmly welcomed in India.
  • A separate Ministry of Information Technology was set up to expedite swift approval and implementation of IT projects and to streamline the regulatory process
    " Reduced licensing requirements to make foreign technology accessible.
  • All policies are custom made, keeping in mind the need to achieve maximum benefit to the outsourcing industry
  • Having recognized the potential of IT-enabled services, the Government of India has taken positive steps by providing numerous incentives. It has established a task force for developing world class knowledge based outsourcing industry allowing duty free imports of capital goods and providing tax exemption on export of IT enabled services.

1.2 Skilled Talent Pool

India has a large base of highly talented, qualified and easily available human resource in the field of Information Technology. Adding to this, India has the largest English speaking population amongst the developing countries.

1.3 Indian Education System

India has one of the most advanced and developed educational systems in the world. The educational system is modeled to nurture analytical and scientific talent.

The Indian school education system places great emphasis on mathematics and science, resulting in a large number of sciences and engineering graduates. The English medium of education also helps in nurturing top class English speaking resource.

1.4 Time Zone

India is located at a 12 hour time difference with North America that facilitates the American organizations to achieve a 24*7 business operations and customer service.