Pune, India, June 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Venue: GRT Radisson, Chennai, India
Date: 26 June 2009
Over the last two years, services offshored in the publishing sector have undergone a transition from low value services to high value services such as original design, testing and assessment, and e-learning tools. There has been an influx of technology in the industry that has enhanced productivity, work flow and most importantly, reduced cost and turnaround time. Providers have transcended traditional vendor roles to develop partnerships with publishers to drive innovation, leverage cost and ideation. The culmination of these transitions will help the industry to grow to $1.2 b by 2012.
ValueNotes has established that there are over 140 vendors in the publishing offshoring industry and a minimum of 35 credible service providers, which fall within the scope of the study. These service providers have been categorized into five clusters and analyzed based on their services, focus, positioning and strategies.
Why should publishers and service providers attend this briefing?
This executive briefing will provide an in-depth analysis of the Indian publishing vendor landscape and the opportunities in the global publishing market. Based on extensive primary research with key executives at various outsourcing companies and publishing industry experts, ValueNotes will present the key insights and findings of the report “Offshoring in the Publishing Vertical - 2009”.
ValueNotes Database is a leading provider of business intelligence and research, with expertise across select domains and types of customer needs. Working with clients across the globe, the company has significant understanding of international markets.
The ValueNotes Outsourcing Practice is one of the largest information providers on the outsourcing industry. The Practice uses a comprehensive, analytical framework providing fresh insights into the fast emerging and yet, complex outsourcing space. ValueNotes extensively tracks the space through regular analysis of news and events, continuous primary research and contact with the industry. Additional information is available at www.SourcingNotes.com