DETROIT, LONDON and MUMBAI, India, August 28 /PRNewswire/ --
- 'INCAT is defining the global landscape,' CEO says
INCAT, a global leader in Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) and Product Development IT services, today announced the worldwide release of a new booklet, "Global Delivery - An Essential Guide to Engineering Services Outsourcing." The 50-page guide provides readers a definitive summary of the business of Global Delivery and how to approach it, as well as what - and where - to deploy. It is available in both print and electronic versions.
"Product development is going global," said Sunil Sachan, Senior Associate - Booz Allen Hamilton, in the guide's introduction, "and companies that started offshoring support functions - IT and BPO - are now increasingly looking at offshoring core functions including product development and engineering activities.
"Companies should view global engineering as a long-term play, requiring careful selection of what is done, where and by whom."
This new guide from INCAT was produced to help organizations facing these choices make informed decisions. In addition to a summary of the concept of Global Delivery, the guide provides a look at how Global Delivery benefits the automotive, aerospace and discrete manufacturing industries; as well as a Global Delivery Check List, to assist organizations in self-examination regarding their Global Delivery needs and the benefits they will realize. There also is a helpful glossary of Global Delivery and ESO terms.
"INCAT is currently defining the global ESO landscape," said INCAT CEO Warren Harris. "With the publication of this booklet, we are providing insights that will foster a wider understanding of the value of Global Delivery, and will make clear to organizations setting out in this direction that, as the industry leader, INCAT is their best partner on that journey."
To download an electronic copy of INCAT's "Global Delivery - An Essential Guide to Engineering Services Outsourcing," go to www.incat.com.
INCAT, founded in 1989, is a Tata Technologies company. The Company is a global leader in Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) and Product Development IT Services to the global manufacturing industry. INCAT, through its pragmatic approach to engineering and manufacturing processes; and its unique-in-the-industry Global Delivery Model, delivers best-in-class solutions for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource Management (ERM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Application Development and Maintenance (ADM) to the world's leading automotive, aerospace and durable goods manufacturers and their suppliers.
INCAT is headquartered in the United States (Novi, Mich.), India (Pune) and Germany (Stuttgart). Tata Technologies is headquartered in Singapore. INCAT has a combined global work force of more than 3,000 employees serving clients worldwide from facilities in North America, Europe and the
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