Wednesday, April 28, 2004

The New York Times > Technology > Companies Finding Some Computer Jobs Best Done in U.S.

The New York Times > Technology > Companies Finding Some Computer Jobs Best Done in U.S. "A typical challenge is the difficulty of finding programmers overseas who can go beyond following well-known procedures to the next steps of identifying problems and creating new solutions.
For instance, ConnecTerra, a Cambridge, Mass., company that designs software to manage data from electronic devices like new radar-based ID tags that companies can use to track inventory, tried programmers in India last year. But ConnecTerra, which has 30 employees in the United States, ultimately gave up on outsourcing because the Indian company that it worked with could not deal with the fast-changing requirements."
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