Location Assessment- Sourcing In India

///Location Assessment- Sourcing In India

Location Assessment- Sourcing In India

In many ways, India can be described as a paradoxical nation of sorts. Popularly identified with buzz words such as ‘population’, ‘multitude of languages & religions’, ‘rich culture’, ‘scrumptious food’, ‘Yoga’, ‘Ayurveda’, ‘the number zero’ and with over 1.25 billion people, the country has transitioned to become the fourth largest economy in the world.

In particular, India’s emergence as one of the most popular outsourcing destinations globally has been remarkable with the country’s name being almost synonymous with the words ‘sourcing’ or ‘offshoring’. At the same time, this success is juxtaposed with numerous issues such as poverty, political turbulence and lack of good infrastructure.

It is interesting to note how India has managed to sustain its progress, especially in the outsourcing sector, amid such deep rooted problems, or is it reading too much into it? This paper provides an overview of India as a sourcing destination, its strengths and weaknesses, and opportunities that lay ahead.

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About the Author: Sandeep Suresh


Sandeep heads the Research and Supplier Relations division of Supply Wisdom. He has deep experience in the market research industry, having worked with several domestic and international market research companies,...

About the Author: Ashish Kumar


Ashish Kumar is a Research Analyst in the Supply WisdomSM Team at Neo Group. His role focuses on monitoring location risks globally and identifying key trends impacting services globalization. Apart...

About the Author: Chaithra Hanasoge


Chaithra Hanasoge is an Analyst in the Supply WisdomSM team of Neo Group. Specializing in Location Risk Monitoring, her role involves research and analysis of large data sets, generating comprehensive...

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