Breaking down the findings of Nearshore Americas' State of the Nearshore 2016 survey, in which outsourcing professionals expressed the benefits of nearshore delivery, the characteristics of particular geographies, and the outlook for the region amid rapid technological change.
Uruguay's higher wages are offset by the high-value work its highly educated and multilingual workers produce — not to mention its 12 free-trade zones, where there are no transit, property, VAT, or net income taxes.
In a presentation titled “Nearshore Leadership Amid Shifting Realities,” Nearshore Americas Director of Research Sean Goforth will discuss how Mexico’s outsourcing industry will evolve over the next five years.
Nearshore Americas' Director of Research, Sean Goforth, shares key takeaways from the 5th Annual Latin American Association of Service Exporters Convention, which proved a great testing ground to assess where the region is and how it can successfully move forward.
Cuba still lacks high-level Internet infrastructure, but it is full of programming talent. Add in wage, language, proximity and safety considerations, and the island becomes a great option for the IT market.