by: Karen Cayamanda
Wednesday, August 26, 2009 | Outsourcing News |
According to the the Capgemini Executive Outsourcing Survey, majority (74%) of North America's business leaders agree that outsourcing can assist a company in staying afloat amidst the current global economic crisis. Conducted by Harris Interactive and commissioned by Capgemini, a leader in providing consulting, technology and outsourcing services, the survey was done to determine how public perception of outsourcing in times of economic downturn affects business leaders in making decisions.
Conducted last April 29 - May 15, the telephone survey further reveals that 79% of the 151 senior executives from Fortune 1000 companies agree that outsourcing has a poor public perception. However, public opinion has little or no effect on the executives' decision-making process when it comes to outsourcing IT, finance and accounting, and HR and procurement tasks.
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