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Outsourcing is an option for managing internal tasks. A staffing tool, outsourcing is an arrangement whereby an organization contracts with another organization to perform tasks or functions traditionally handled by internal staff (Boone and Kurtz, 1999).
When an organization decides that more personnel are needed, it must first decide whether to hire more employees, contract workers, or outsource the functions. The focus is on efficiency and cost-effectiveness when deciding whether to outsource. This decision-making process involves internal analysis and evaluation, needs assessment and vendor selection, and implementation and management.
Organizations should remember that outsourcing does not mean abdicating management responsibility. Therefore, companies should avoid acting compulsively when deciding on an alternative solution. If the requirements, expectations, and needed resources are not clearly understood, outsourcing does not improve the situation and may even cause it to become worse.
Internal analysis and evaluation involves examining the need for outsourcing and identifying the implementation strategy. Top management of an organization makes these kinds of decisions. People internal and external to the organization provide needs assessment and vendor selection. To assist in identifying qualified vendors, research is focused on the needs of employees and on companies outsourcing the same functions.
Implementation and management allow for administration of the relationship as it evolves between the twooutsourcer and client. Strategy includes ways to monitor and evaluate performance, communicate issues, resolve conflicts, and help employees adapt to change.
The scale of China software industry in 2005 was similar to that of Indian software industry in the initial year of 1995. Meanwhile, corporate acquisitions and venture capital among Chinese software enterprises have been prevalent in China, which shows the transferring of global software industry into China to some extent.
Market Scale and Forecast of China Software Outsourcing Industry, 2001-2010


There are a great number of experienced programmers and will be numerous newcomers in China software industry. The development of software outsourcing industry is inherently advantageous since the cost of human resources is relatively low in China. In reality, the cost is the main driving force for the international transfer of global software industry. Comparatively, the current earnings of China Software Outsourcing industry only equals to one twentieth of Indian counterpart, which in another sense indicates the great potentials of China software outsourcing industry. After the fierce competition in domestic software markets, Chinese software companies have accumulated rich experience in technology, management as well as international practices. The ability to survive in the global market competition has been greatly enhanced.
According to Research In China, China software outsourcing industry will be developed with a growth rate of over 30% in the next three to five years. Currently, Japanese market is still China’s main outsourcing market, accounting for 59.3% of market shares in the year of 2005. Noticeably, there is a strong growth for European and American counterparts.
Yet, there exist many risks in China software outsourcing industry, like RMB appreciation and the increasing cost of human resources, etc. All these risks need to be worked out by technical improvement, managerial advancement and scale effect and so on.
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The scale of China software industry in 2005 was similar to that of Indian software industry in the initial year of 1995. Meanwhile, corporate acquisitions and venture capital among Chinese software enterprises have been prevalent in China, which shows the transferring of global software industry into China to some extent.

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