What Makes Czech Republic A Software Talent Hotspot

What makes Czech Republic a go-to technology and software talent hub? Is it the burgeoning start-up ecosystem or the ideal geographical location of the country?

Why GCoE Accelerator Is The Perfect Scale Fast, Fail Fast Mechanism

Discover how the Global Center of Excellence (GCoE) Accelerator model helps companies build and rapidly scale their global delivery presence in a global location.

Why Companies Must Look At Romania For IT Outsourcing Services

With more than 10K installed fresh STEM talent pool and 3.5K+ technology start-up talent pool, Romania is brimming with IT and Software talent making it an ideal location for IT Outsourcing services. Here are few more factors that are making Romania a go-to destination for outsourcing.

Why Do You Need A Hub-Satellite-Outpost Strategy To Win The Globalization Game?

A scattered global R&D footprint can lead to operational and strategic challenges. Here’s how Hub-Satellite-Outpost Framework can help.

Eastern Europe – A Go-To Destination For Offshore Center Setup

Why do companies need to look at Eastern European countries for offshore center setup? What makes Eastern Europe a technology talent hotspot?

The First 100 Days Of A New GIC – The Key Priorities For A Global Center Head

How crucial are the first 100 days of a new Global In-house Center for a Global Center Head? What can you learn from Lithium’s Jay Bhow’s journey so far?

How Valuable Is The Captive Center For The HQ? Can This Value Be Quantified?

How valuable is the global center for the HQ? Is there a way to measure the latter’s dependency on the former? That’s where Global Engineering helps.

Global Engineering 2.0

Global Engineering 2.0 is the strategic approach to rebalance an organization’s current R&D footprint to support business objectives & enable newer investments.

Why Your Global Engineering Strategy Needs A Rethink

Companies that navigate and respond to the dynamic market motions do so by outlining a robust global engineering strategy. Here’s why it’s imperative.